Spirituality is a very general and broad term that many people, both academic and lay, define differently. William Miller in his book Integrating Spirituality into Treatment (1999) wrote that both spirituality and religion typically involve a search for what is sacred as well as a transcendent relationship with something bigger READ MORE
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Beth discusses challenges facing those who identify as spiritual but not religious and how social workers might better assist them.
Reference: Christopherson, B. (2017). The increasing population of the spiritual but not religious: What social workers need to know. Social Work Today. Available at http://www.socialworktoday.com/news/pp_100517_2.shtml