A collection of caregiving tools combining the values of Jewish tradition and self-relationsuseful for practitioners of ANY faith!Self-relations, a powerful framework for doing respectful and humane caregiving for oneself and for others is here brought into relationship with Jewish thought. Jewish Relational Care A-Z: We Are Our Other's Keeper is an extensive resource for caregiving tools and approaches. Using Jewish tradition and Self-Relations as take-off points, experts from many fields provide insightful perspectives and effective strategies for caregiving.In the language of self-relations each of us is not referred to as a Self. Instead, each of us is more accurately described as a relationship between selvesrelationship is the basic psychological and religious unit! Jewish Relational Care A-Z: We Are Our Other's Keeper sensitively centers on relationships and the healing process, using the understanding that to spark healing in others, a loving, respectful relationship must first be present between every aspect of our selves. Thirty-six categories of caregiving are comprehensively presented, allowing its use as a helpful resource for any clergy considering any of the included topics. Each author's personal reflections, and personal experiences using care tools clearly illustrate how love-respect relationships within oneself can transcend into effective care for others.Jewish Relational Care A-Z: We Are Our Other's Keeper provides helpful tools and explores: the use of language as a relational care tool time management for optimum performance for oneself and for others compassion fatigue, the need for self-care, and nurturing your own spiritual and psychological development purposeful visiting as a sacred task silence as an important part of spiritual care the profound difference made in lives through relational listening music as sacred powera communion between humans and the Divine chanting as an intimate expression of the soul creative ritual in relational healing spontaneous prayer, and its place in relational care relational care with other faiths inside and outside of the community care for those going through divorce care when a pregnancy is unwelcome relational care for sexual orientation and gender identity issues successful caring for those who don't care about you dealing with traumatic loss care for those who have sinned sexually fragile relationships care with the healthy aging relational care and retired clergy care for those traumatized by sexual abuse care for the cognitively impaired, mentally ill, and developmentally disabled care for the final moments of life care for the sick and dying care within the grieving processJewish Relational Care A-Z: We Are Our Other's Keeper is practical, insightful reading for clergy and caregivers of all denominations, educators, students, and lay people who care about clergy and their work.
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About the Editor
A Guide for the Reader (Jack H Bloom)
THE ABCS OF JEWISH RELATIONAL CARE
1. Premises of Jewish Relational Care (Jack H Bloom)
2. Language As a Relational Tool: Using Your Mouth with Your Head? (Jack H Bloom)
CARING FOR THE CAREGIVER'S RELATIONAL "SELF"
3. Taking Care of Ourselves: It's About Time! (David J. Zucker)
4. Managing Compassion Fatigue (David J. Stern)
5. Maintaining Balance: The Kabbalah As a Resource (Susan Gulack)
HEALING MUSES FOR JEWISH RELATIONAL CARE
6. The Muse of Visiting (David J. Zucker and Bonita E Taylor)
7. The Muse of Silence (Jeffery M. Silberman)
8. The Muse of Relational Listening (Samuel Chiel)
9. The Muse of Music and Song (Shira Stern)
10. The Muse of Chanting (Bonita E Taylor)
11. The Muse of Creative Ritual for Relational Healing (Marcia Cohn Spiegel)
12. The Muse of Spontaneous Prayer for All the [TzelemUN'shamah] Relationships (Charles P. Rabinowitz)
HOW SPACIOUS IS OUR TENT?
13. Caring for the Non-Jews Within Our Community (Gordon M. Freeman and Stuart Kelman)
14. Caring for Non-Jews Outside Our Community (Judith B. Edelstein)
15. What We Gentiles Need in Jewish Relational Care: A Minister's Perspective (Richard L. Rush)
WHEN LIFE CHALLENGES OUR HUMAN "BEING"
16. Caring for and Supporting Those Going Through Divorce (Judith Levitan)
17. When a Pregnancy Is Unwelcome (Bonnie Margulis and Douglas Maben)
18. Caring for Those Whose Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Vary (Nancy H. Wiener)
JEWISH RELATIONAL CARE WHEN THE RELATIONSHIP IS FRAGILE
19. Relating to and Caring for Those Who Don't Care About You (Stephen Bayar)
20. Blessing Those We Have Trouble Blessing (Jack H Bloom)
21. A Story of Brokenness and Healing: The Relationship of Rabbi and Congregant (Rena Halpern Kieval and Dan Ornstein)
22. T'Shuvah in Sexual Violations with Direct Implications for Other Situations: Relational Care for Those Who Have Sinned and Wish to "Return" (Jack H Bloom)
23. Jewish Relational Thinking and a Difficult Text: Amalek and Us (Jack H. Bloom)
JEWISH RELATIONAL CARE IN THE "GOLDEN" YEARS
24. Jewish Relational Care with the Healthy Aging (Richard F. Address)
25. Jewish Relational Care and Retired Clergy (Jack H Bloom)
JEWISH RELATIONAL CARE WITH THE TRAUMATIZED
26. There and Back Again Journey into the "Death Zone": Jewish Relational Care and Disabilities (Judith Z. Abrams)
27. When the Rabbi Needs Care (Andrew R. Sklarz)
28. Caring for Those Violated by Child Sexual Abuse and Incest (Rachel Lev)
JEWISH RELATIONAL CARE WITH THE IMPAIRED
29. Relating Gently and Wisely with the Cognitively Impaired (Cary Kozberg)
30. Caring for the Mentally Ill (Judith Brazen)
31. Caring for the Institutionalized Developmentally Disabled (Bernie Robinson)
JEWISH RELATIONAL CARE AT LIFE'S END
32. Relating to the Sick and Dying (Steven Moss)
33. The Vidui: Jewish Relational Care for the Final Moments of Life (Alison Jordan and Stuart Kelman)
34. Jewish Relational Care with the Grieving (Mel Glazer)
Healing Notes. Frames for Blessing All "Selves" As [Breath-TakingUModels of Divinity] (Jack H Bloom)
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