Trauma and Transformation at Ground Zero: A Pastoral Theology
From personal interviews with chaplains at the temporary mortuary at Ground Zero and her own experiences as an Episcopal priest, psychotherapist, and chaplain, Storm Swain offers a new model of pastoral care grounded in theology and practice, which enables wholeness and healing for caregivers and those for whom they care.
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