Creating Spiritual and Psychological Resilience: Integrating by Grant H. Brenner

By Grant H. Brenner

Creating religious and mental Resilience explores the interface among religious and mental care within the context of catastrophe restoration paintings, drawing upon contemporary failures together with yet no longer restricted to, the reports of September eleven, 2001. all of the 3 sections that make up the book are established round the cycle of catastrophe reaction and concentrate on the proper section of catastrophe restoration paintings. In every one part, chosen issues combining religious and psychological healthiness elements are tested; whilst attainable, sections are co-written through a religious care supplier and a psychological healthcare professional with applicable services. current interdisciplinary collaborations, artistic partnerships, gaps in care, and wanted interdisciplinary paintings are pointed out and addressed, making this e-book either an invaluable reference for concept and a useful hands-on source.

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We might be better able to continue a curious inquiry when we think in terms of each of us having a vast personal history of emotions, combinations of emotions, and emotion-cognition patterns. Thus, I have a whole history of experience of Sandra-being-angry. I bring that history to each angry moment I face. Seeing emotions (rather than the older notions of drives) as primary means to me that sexual and aggressive impulses express only two of the many emotionally shaped motivational forces in human beings.

This situation, of course, is antithetical to collaboration. The only way fragmentation is useful is when it is recognized as a signal that there is a problem and responded to differently either before it happens or while it is happening. That is to say, when we can either learn from past experience and take preventive action or reflect on experience as it is happening and respond “on the fly” in a fluid and flexibly effective manner, or at least intend to do so. This state of fluid poise has been termed fliessgleichgewicht (“flowing balance”; von Bertalanffy in Capra, 1997).

What is necessary for collaboration? At bare minimum, collaboration requires the presence of basic dynamic elements for it to “catch fire” sufficiently to sustain its own process. The individuals seeking to constitute a working group, though collaboration waxes and wanes, must mindfully attend to these elements. Required elements include trust, communication, shared purpose, sharing of resources, contingent well-being (mutual interdependence), and perceived and actual goodwill coupled with sufficient shared necessity to offset absence of goodwill.

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