Spiritually Sensitive Caregiving: A Multi-Faith Handbook

Spiritually Sensitive Caregiving provides essential information about the religious beliefs and rituals, death practices, and justice issues of the six largest faith groups in the United States – Native American Spirituality, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

Spiritual Sensitivity in Homicide Cases

Presenters: Janice Harris Lord, Dina Malki, Cantor Sheri Allen Spirituality often comes up following homicides, even among those who claim no religious affiliation. Victim advocates are challenged to respond with compassion and, at the same time, stay within agency policies and constitutional guidelines. In addition, increasing cultural diversity is accompanied by religious diversity. This webinar will explore religious death practices and rituals as they relate to the criminal justice system.