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Table of Contents


Editorial: Spirituality, Dementia and Mental Health PDF HTML
John Swinton 125-129


Supporting Spiritual Engagement for People Living with Dementia PDF HTML
Emily Smeaton , Craig Maher 130-141
Knowing God in Dementia: What Happens to Faith When You Can No Longer Remember? PDF HTML
Patricia S Williams 142-157
Reminiscence with People Living with Dementia: A Personal Reflection on its Potential to Do Harm PDF HTML
Lorna H. Murray 158-167
Deterritorializing Dementia: A Review Essay of John Swinton’s Dementia: Living in the Memories of God PDF HTML
Frits de Lange 168-179
Growing Old: The Vocation and Practice of Ageing PDF HTML
Sarah Bachelard , Neil Millar 180-191
Storytelling and Spiritual Care PDF HTML
Judith Gilbert 192-206
An Introduction to Sanctuary: The Discovery of Wonder PDF HTML
Julie Leibrich 207-224
Making Spiritual Sense of Disability: Exploring the Spiritual and Relational Significance of “Felt-Sense” for Adults and Children with “Diffabilities” PDF HTML
Josephine Snowdon 225-236


Religiously-Integrated Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Major Depression in Chronic Medical Illness: Review of Results from a Randomized Clinical Trial PDF HTML
Harold G Koenig , Nathan A Boucher , Keisha-Gaye N O’Garo , Michelle Pearce 237-253

Conference Report

The 14th Consultation of the European Network of Health Care Chaplaincy, Debrecen, Hungary, June 1-5 2016: “Advancing care of the soul: sharing best practice to promote spiritual health” PDF HTML
Anne Miller 254-257

Book Reviews

Alex Demetris, Dad’s Not All There Any More. London: Singing Dragon (Jessica Kingsley), 2016, 32 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 90780184905070907. £7.99. PDF HTML
Graham Peacock 259-260
Elizabeth MacKinley and Corinne Trevitt, Facilitating Spiritual Reminiscence for People, with Dementia. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2015, 112 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-1-84905-573-4. £22.99. PDF HTML
Fran Kissack 261-262
Louise Morse, Dementia: Pathways to Hope: Spiritual Insights and Practical Hope. Oxford: Lion Hudson, 2015, 192 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-0-85721-655- 7. £7.99 PDF HTML
Graham Peacock 263-264
Joanna Collicutt, The Psychology of Christian Character Formation. London: SCM Press, 2015, 275 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-0-33405-179-4. £15.66. PDF HTML
Geoff Morgan 266-268
Jonathan Pye, Peter Sedgwick and Andrew Todd, eds. Critical Care: Delivering Spiritual Care in Healthcare Contexts. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2015, 280 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-1-84905-497-3. £19.99 PDF HTML
Allison Cline-Dean 269-271
Paul Kalanithi, When Breath Becomes Air. London: The Bodley Head, 2016, 228 pp. (Hbk). ISBN: 978-1-84792-367-7. £12.99. PDF HTML
Raymond Reddicliffe 272-274
Paul Nash, Kathryn Darby and Sally Nash, Spiritual Care with Sick Children and Young People. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2015, 224 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-1-84905-3-891. £14.99 PDF HTML
Fran Kissack 275-276
Victoria Slater, Chaplaincy Ministry and the Mission of the Church. London: SCM Press, 2015, 182 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-0-334-05315-6. £19.99. PDF HTML
Duncan MacLaren 277-278
Christopher Swift, Mark Cobb and Andrew Todd, eds., A Handbook of Chaplaincy Studies: Understanding Spiritual Care in Public Places. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2015, 364 pp. (Pbk). ISBN 978-1- 47243-4-067. £25.00. PDF HTML
Julian Raffay 279-281
Kate Swaffer, What the hell happened to my brain? Living Beyond Dementia. London, Jessica Kingsley, 2016, 192 pp. (Pbk). ISBN 978-1-84905-6-083. £13.99. PDF HTML
Graham Peacock 282-283
Lucy Whitman, People with Dementia Speak Out. London, Jessica Kingsley, 2016, 297 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-1-84905-2-900. £14.99 PDF HTML
Sheila Kennedy 284-286
Dawn Brooker and Isabelle Latham, Person-Centred Dementia Care: Making Services Better with the VIPS Framework, 2nd edn. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2016, 224 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-1-84905-6-663. £17.99 PDF HTML
Marie Edwards 287-290

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