The Criminal Justice field requires the members to work with individuals, and groups from diverse backgrounds. In that, spirituality development is the process of growing the intrinsic human capacity for self-transcendence (Benavides, 2014). Hence, being spiritual my self will help me to understand the diversity among the people I work with, thus develop a system that allows me to do my job better, because being open to listen, and understand others is the key to serve them better, other than just do the job as it has been written in books. In particular, one of the under reported crimes in the CJ system is that related to the domestic violence crimes. In that, spirituality can enables the CJ professionals to identify the problems of the domestic violence victims and provide them with sufficient support without a reference to the religious affiliation, or race of a victim (Van Hook et al., 2002).
One family may choose to use a hopeful outlook or use a type of spiritual value to recover quickly from difficulties that are causing the situation. Families learn to deal with a crisis by how their parents, and environment have taught them. Some of the things that will encourage a family to foster resilience is issues such as death, divorce, and abuse. For example, in the family belief systems. family resilience is fostered by shared beliefs that
This proves that the link between religion and moral behavior is still in progress. “In order to reconstruct the relations between morality and religion from the perspective of a psychology of morality, researchers must tap into the role that religion has now in the moral development of individuals” (Mustea, Negru, Opre, 2010, p.29). In contrast, the psychology of religion can provide some insight as to how morality and religion are connected not only at the individual level, but as well as the community and culture level. Authors, Jesse Graham and Jonathan Heidt, take a social-functionalist approach on religion in moral communities. This meant that viewing religion from a group standpoint would better define religion’s role in
Religion plays an integral role in the healthcare setting. As such, healthcare givers are required to respect patients’ faith diversity while giving treatment and care. This paper thus seeks to discuss the differences between the Christian and Muslim religions as well as healthcare practices that are fundamental to both belief systems. The paper will also address the worldview questions outlined in Called to Care and thus provide a spiritual perspective on healing. Healthcare practitioners are supposed to provide care which meets the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of each patient.
Well then, if you are interested if there is a Reflexive Spiritualists within you, then check out the following traits that Reflective Spiritualists have: They are premeditated, purposeful, and liberated about their search for spiritual meaning. They utilize religious tools, symbols, and ideas to understand the dynamics of the modern world accordingly. They constantly look for spiritual ideas, sources of wisdom, stories, rituals, and images that are far new and could be possibly integrated in their previously built spiritual outlooks in life. Their thoughts do not just objectively fall between the contexts of traditions and modernization, but they also try to stitch the two opposing parties’ views to produce transcendent
The purpose of this paper is to illustrate what are the similar and dissimilar elements of both pastoral care and pastoral counseling. In addition, I will elaborate on what role interest me the most between pastoral care and pastoral counseling. How are pastoral care and pastoral counseling similar? Pastoral care and pastoral counseling are similar because each pastoral service provides emotional support for the client(s), by providing therapeutic services. Pastoral care is a ministry of guidance and the pastors has the aptitude to influence the mind-sets of others, by promoting spiritual growth.
Thus, explaining the social and personal relationships within the environment as support systems. Therefore, in this paper I will complete a self as a system/family assessment on myself and an ecomap. Doing so will enable me to think from a person/system in the
Spirituality has been defined in many ways by various faith religion and authors. Amy, R. Krentzman (2016) In her definition of spirituality explained that spirituality was a broad aspect of life, and it give people deeper meaning and calling, some people associated it to God, a higher being, religion or faith. One thing was common, it was something meaningful and personal, an encounter you had to experience and hold on to. Myers and Willard, (2013) Defined spirituality as “the capacity and tendency to present in human being to find and construct meaning about life and existence” (p. 149). They further defined it as a decision made consciously by an individual or a person to improve on themselves, enhance personally and with regards to other people.
Mengzian Confucianism is a Religion There are several definitions of religion but there is a meeting point among all these definitions. The meeting point is that religion deals with the patterns of behavior among people and thus tries to affect the behavior of people in relation to the values that religion provides. Religion must thereby involve the instilment of values among people whereby the people then use these values to try and live up to certain standards. The more one is involved with or follows religion, the more that he or she can be said to be religious. Religion thereby affects the way of life of a person by providing a certain guideline or route through which one should live.
Final Project: Spiritual Wellbeing Spiritual wellbeing is an integral part of mental, emotional and physical health. It is considered to be a primary coping resource on the journey of recovering and healing. Spiritual wellbeing can also be associated with religion but does not have to be. It is considered to be a journey to find importance in life and the role you will play among them with the overarching purpose to find meaning to life. People follow spiritual paths and join religious or spiritual organizations for a variety of reasons, including: faith, prayer, social support, community service, cultural traditions, friendship, and commitment to community.