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Independent Advocacy and Spiritual Care : Insights from Service Users, Advocates, Health Care
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This book explores the profession of independent advocacy through a history of the practice, and provides an empirical study of its emergence in London. While advocacy has long been associated with professions such as social work and mental health nursing, this book delivers a unique perspective of advocacy through the lens of faith and culture. Using real life examples and insights from service users, advocates and spiritual care practitioners in the advocacy and chaplaincy sectors, the fascinating results offer proposals for enhanced theory, training and practice in independent advocacy. It will be of great interest for students and professionals engaged in advocacy or spiritual care.
Number of Pages: 144
Genre: Psychology, Religion + Beliefs
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Author: Geoffrey Morgan
Street Date: January 17, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-25-8199
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