Corpus ID: 16635177

Recognizing spirituality in the assessment and prevention of suicidal behaviour

@inproceedings{Colucci2008RecognizingSI,
  title={Recognizing spirituality in the assessment and prevention of suicidal behaviour},
  author={Erminia Colucci},
  year={2008}
}
Parallel to the growing interest in spiritual life in mainstream culture, in Western culture there has been an increasing distinction between religion and spirituality. This article defines the concept of spirituality and its constitutive elements and presents evidence from the literature to show that, in spite of its importance for mental health patients and suicidal people, it is still an overlooked area in Suicidology. Not only are there relatively few studies addressing this topic, but… Expand
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