Spirituality Within Religious Traditions in Social Work Practice
As it is valuable for practitioners to understand the meaning systems of clients and to identify both potential resources and strains in the lives of clients, the goal of this book is to help social workers and other counselors become culturally competent in the area of religious traditions.
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Expanding the Role of Spirituality and Religion in Social Work
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