This narrative describes the experiences of three social work professors whose lifelong interest in the spiritual realm guided their presentation of material in the classroom that engaged conversation about spiritual and religious beliefs. Specific skills for students to understand and work with their own spiritually and that of clients are reviewed.
Letendre, J., Nelson-Becker, H., & Krieder, J. (2005). Teaching spirituality in the classroom: Building compassionate and non-judgmental conversations with students. Reflections, 11 (3), 8-19.
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