Assessing Spiritually Sensitive Clinical Practice: Some Evaluation Guidelines

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Abstract

While ethics codes expect that mental health professionals will perform a spiritual history, they are not necessarily expected to directly address spiritual concerns. Basic spiritual care is distinguished from specialized spiritual care, and common professional and organizational ethical considerations associated with providing this level of spiritual care are described and three evaluation guidelines for assessing the adequacy of this care are delineated and illustrated.

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