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ABSTRACT: Although spirituality and religion are potentially divisive and controversial, we cannot avoid discussing them.
Section 5, entitled Research′, would be the most fruitful part for a non–specialist to sample." (The Way, 1 January 2012) "In a valuable contribution to this expanding field, consultant clinical psychologist Clarke (NHS Foundation Trust, UK) thus introduces 20 chapters by UK–based multidisciplinary authors that explore the neuropsychology of such experiences, culture–specific ideas of spirituality and psychosis, psychosis/ mysticism as a continuum, recent research in this area, and clinical implications (e.g., the "mad" hero′s journey as a therapeutic approach)." (Book News, 1 August 2011) "This book is aimed at anyone interested in the phenomenon of psychosis." (Mental Health Practice, 1 March 2011) Spirituality is the key strand that unites the great variety of cultural understandings of psychosis with recovery.
This text contains contributions from leading authorities in the field; it points towards a more complete human approach to psychosis, and challenges long–held assumptions about the nature of human experience.
Certainly in mental health these topics are viewed with mistrust.
However, in recent times strong evidence has been presented to suggest that incorporating spiritual care in treatment plans helps recovery, reduces relapses, and improves quality of life.
Mental health patients have consistently identified spiritual needs as an important issue to them and several studies have found that spiritual care positively contributes to symptom relief and general well-being.
Therefore, as part of providing holistic care, mental health patients should be offered a spiritual assessment followed by attempts to include their spiritual needs incorporated in care planning.
This new edition covers the most recent body of research, both qualitative and quantitative, in its The new edition of this successful text builds on the very latest research to present an original and unique exploration of the psychology of both spirituality and psychosis.
This new edition covers the most recent body of research, both qualitative and quantitative, in its exploration of the interface between psychosis and spirituality, and investigation into anomalous experiences Ten new chapters added and the remaining text completely updated New to this edition is an expanded clinical section, relevant to clinicians working with psychosis Offers a fundamental rethink of the concept of psychosis, and proposes new insights into spirituality Includes feature chapters from a distinguished list of contributors across a broad range of disciplines, including Peter Fenwick, Peter Chadwick, David Kingdon, Gordon Claridge, Neil Douglas Klotz and David Lukoff[url=https://
As a result, there are certain glitches or inconsistencies in our everyday experiences and in the world (fortean phenomena, synchronicities, spontaneous invisibility, time warps, etc.) that show the cracks in the façade.