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Personality and Adversity: Psychospiritual Aspects of Rehabilitation (SPRINGER SERIES ON REHABILITATION) epub

by Carolyn L. Ph.D. Vash


Personality and Adversity: Psychospiritual Aspects of Rehabilitation (SPRINGER SERIES ON REHABILITATION) epub

ISBN: 082618040X

ISBN13: 978-0826180407

Author: Carolyn L. Ph.D. Vash

Category: Other

Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Springer Pub Co (June 1, 1994)

Pages: 304 pages

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Personality and Adversity book.

Personality and Adversity book. The author draws on her own experiences as a person with severe.

Springer Series on Rehabilitation  . Personality and Adversity : Psychospiritual Aspects of Rehabilitation.

Personality and Adversity : Psychospiritual Aspects of Rehabilitation.

Carolyn Vash, PhD, is a psychologist whose current professional interests .

Carolyn Vash, PhD, is a psychologist whose current professional interests span theoretical and philosophical psychology, humanistic psychology, psychology of the arts, and the psychology of religion. Their titles were The Burnt-Out Administrator (1980) and Personality and Adversity (1994).

Springer Series on Rehabilitation

Springer Series on Rehabilitation. Carolyn Vash, PhD, is a psychologist whose current professional interests span theoretical and philosophical psychology, humanistic psychology, psychology of the arts, and the psychology of religion. Her next book examines the nature of consciousness through lenses provided by the most ancient of wisdom teachings and the most recent conceptions of complex-ity science.

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Medical aspects of chronic illness and disability, as well as several other foundation courses are what differentiate rehabilitation counseling from . Personality and adversity: Psychospiritual aspects of rehabilitation. New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Medical aspects of chronic illness and disability, as well as several other foundation courses are what differentiate rehabilitation counseling from other general counselor training programs. Thus, it is essential for rehabilitation counselors have an understanding of the person’s psychosocial response to chronic illness and disability from a holistic perspective. Vash, American psychologist, writer. Licensed psychologist California Board Psychology. Commissioner Los Angeles County Commission on Disability, 1978-1989; Member of American Psychological Association (committee on disability issues 1998-2000, board psychology in the public interest since 2001). Clinical psychologist Rancho Los Amigos Medical Center, Downey, California, 1963-1967, chief, vocational service, 1967-1973. Chief deputy director State Department Rehabilitation, Sacramento, 1973-1977. Vice president Information & Intelligent Systems, McLean, Virginia, 1977-1985.

Rehabilitation Psychological aspects Personality Suffering psychology Disabled Mental Healing Adaptation . Download book Personality and adversity : psychospiritual aspects of rehabilitation, Carolyn L. Vash.

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Barriers to successful rehabilitation, recovery oriented interventions, legal issues in rehabilitation. Rehabilitation advocacy. Measures to combat stigma. Disability and welfare measures. Novel rehabilitation interventions. Socio-cultural issues in rehabilitation. Rehabilitation orientation in teaching and practice. Organization and coordination issues in rehabilitation.

Personality and adversity: psychospiritual aspects of rehabilitation. 1994, Springer Pub. Co. in English.

The author draws on her own experiences as a person with severe disabilities to bring us this book. The main theme centers on adversity as a catalyst for psychospiritual growth. Using her artistic creativity, the author incorporates ideas from philosophy, religion, literature, and art to provide effective strategies for coping with disabilities.