July 19, 2017
Everyone Can Contribute to the Profession: Here's How Sue Wintz OPEN ACCES
Integrating Pet Therapy into Spiritual Therapy (August 17, 2016) Nancy Lynch OPEN ACCESS
New Year's Resolution: Being Able to Support What We Claim (January 20, 2016) George Handzo OPEN ACCESS
Treating Moral and Spiritual Injuries Among Military Combatants (September 16, 2015) William D. Smith OPEN ACCESS
A Pilot Project for Outpatient Screening for Chaplaincy Services (April 14, 2015) Andrew Simkins OPEN ACCESS
Spiritual Assessment for Early-Stage Dementia Patients (July 2, 2014) Jennifer Mahru OPEN ACCESS
Hope: A Clinical Catalyst (November 20, 2013) Doug Longstaffe OPEN ACCESS
Diagnosis: Meaning Fatigue (July 17, 2013) Holly Gaudette OPEN ACCESS
Touching Lives: The Voices of Two Chaplains (June 6, 2012) Vera O'Brien and Katy Z. Allen OPEN ACCESS
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