The Resource Spirituality in arthritis
- Spirituality in arthritis
- Through the comments of a woman with arthritis, the place of spirituality in the management of arthritis is explored in this video. Spiritual needs are also addressed, such as the need for meaning and purpose, hope, and love and relatedness. How clinicians can integrate spirituality into their work with arthritic clients is described, including assessing clients' spiritual and religious beliefs and practices, and assisting them to meet their spiritual needs
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- Originally produced by Doreen Westera in 2013
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