FROM ASHES RISE AGAIN: SPIRITUAL IDENTITY BASED RESILIENCY
Charles Christopher Mason D.Min.
The focus of this project was to consider the question of how to build and maintain resiliency. While the project was developed and implemented for chaplains in a health care system, the principles of spiritual identity based resiliency may be an answer for others looking for ways to be more resilient. Spiritual identity based resiliency at its core is a focus on understanding one’s personal value, meaning and purpose as a way to cope and be resilient in stressful and anxious situations. The project was designed to inform participants of the importance of orienting their lives on the basis of their spiritual identity, this is the means of being able to manage external and internal influential pressures that distort or confuse understanding of value, meaning and purpose. The result of a lack of focus on value, meaning and purpose is a lack of resiliency and may eventually lead to burnout.
Degree Granting Institution
Doctor of Ministry
Pastoral Care and Counseling
Type of Work
Ashley Hicks White Ph.D.
Number of Pages
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