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2. Spiritualität in der zeitgenössischen systemischen Praxis

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Zusammenfassung

Forschungsergebnisse weisen darauf hin, dass Studenten, Betreuer und Fakultäten an Spiritualität in der systemischen Praxis interessiert sind. Dennoch konzentriert sich bisher kein Buch darauf, wie Spiritualität in Supervision und Ausbildung integriert werden kann. Dieses Kapitel legt den Grundstein für eine eingehende Untersuchung, wie Supervision und Ausbildung durch eine Verbindung mit Spiritualität bereichert werden können. Dabei werden die Unterschiede zwischen Spiritualität und Religion aufgezeigt.

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Footnotes
1
Die in der systemischen Praxis verwendeten Begriffe – wie Kliniker, Therapeut, Ehe- und Familientherapeut und Familientherapeut – beziehen sich auf die beruflichen Identitäten von Systemischen Therapeuten im Allgemeinen. Ebenso beziehen sich systemische Praxis, Systemische Familientherapie, Ehe- und Familientherapie (MFT) und Familientherapie alle auf den psychotherapeutischen Beruf.
 
2
Die narrative Praxis behauptet, dass die meisten problemgesättigten Geschichten eine reichere Beschreibung benötigen, anstatt sie auf das Wesentliche zu reduzieren. Daher glaubt dieses Buch, dass die Geschichten der Klienten dichter oder ausführlicher beschrieben werden müssen.
 
3
Dieses lebendige Netz der Soziospiritualität wird in Kap. 3 entwickelt. Für den Moment dient das Netz als flexibler Behälter für Spiritualität und soziale Gerechtigkeit. Das Modell, das in Abb. 2.1 dargestellt ist, veranschaulicht die Grundlagen dieses lebendigen Netzes der Soziospiritualität.
 
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Metadata
Title
Spiritualität in der zeitgenössischen systemischen Praxis
Author
Suzanne M. Coyle
Copyright Year
2023
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-42955-2_2

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