社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
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作者:Jon R. Wallace
来源:[J].Social Work & Christianity, 2016, Vol.43 (1)社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
摘要:This article is based on the author’s experience in developing and field testing a peer support pilot project designed to enhance operational functioning and promote workforce resilience through encouragement, support, and service to the employees of the Department of Homela...
作者:Mary Patricia Van Hook , Leola Dyrud Furman & Perry W. Benson
来源:[J].Social Work & Christianity, 2016, Vol.43 (1)社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
摘要:This special issue addresses the role of trauma in the lives of individuals, families, and communities and pathways to healing. Articles address a wide range of life experiences, cultural aspects, and contexts. Articles also highlight the potential interaction between trauma and ...
作者:Sharon D. Johnson , Sha-Lai L. Williams , & Joseph G. Pickard
来源:[J].Social Work & Christianity, 2016, Vol.43 (1)社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
摘要:African American women have disparate rates of trauma exposure and subsequent PTSD that is often considered in relation to their religion, spirituality, and the availability of social support. The present study adds to the existing literature by examining various religious behavi...
作者:Joan Marie Blakey
来源:[J].Social Work & Christianity, 2016, Vol.43 (1)社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
摘要:There is increased interest in spirituality and the role it plays in helping individuals with histories of trauma and addiction heal and recover. Using the Case Study method, the purpose of this study was to highlight the ways 26 African American women with histories of trau...
作者:A. Christson Adedoyin , Caroline Bobbie , Meegan Griffin ...
来源:[J].Social Work & Christianity, 2016, Vol.43 (1)社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
摘要:This study examined extant scholarship focused on the use of religious coping resources by traumatized African refugees resettled in the United States of America (USA). Most African refugees are from war-torn, naturaldisaster-affected, ethnic, religious, and political conflicts r...
作者:Mary Patricia Van Hook
来源:[J].Social Work & Christianity, 2016, Vol.43 (1)社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
摘要:Many of the people seeking help from social workers have experienced trauma as result of a variety of life circumstances. Consequently, it is important for social workers to have an understanding of trauma. This paper addresses ways in which trauma is experienced, potential inter...
作者:James W. Ellor & Sara Dolan
来源:[J].Social Work & Christianity, 2016, Vol.43 (1)社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
摘要:When a disaster hits a community, it always seems like a surprise, despite planning, preparation, and knowledge of the history of such events. From the perspective of the individual and the community, disaster recovery, from immediately following the event to the end of the long-...
作者:T. Laine Scales & April T. Scales
来源:[J].Social Work & Christianity, 2016, Vol.43 (1)社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
摘要:In this personal account of their adoption experience, the authors describe how childhood trauma has affected their mother-daughter interactions through the teen years and beyond. By sharing professional and personal knowledge about trauma and adoptive families, the authors hope ...
作者:Leola Dyrud Furman , Perry W. Benson , Bernard Moss ...
来源:[J].Social Work & Christianity, 2016, Vol.43 (1)社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
摘要:This article presents insights on spiritual assessment and helping activities in work with victims of natural disasters and terrorism. The article draws upon international survey research and the authors’ own experiences as victims of natural disaster and terrorism to explor...
作者:Jennifer Chappell Deckert & Edward Canda
来源:[J].Social Work & Christianity, 2016, Vol.43 (2)社会福利工作中的基督教北美研究协会
摘要:This exploratory qualitative study examines whether and how Mennonite social work students in the Midwest were motivated by their faith perspectives to pursue social work as a professional career. There is little research related to Mennonite or Anabaptist social workers and none...

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