International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience is one of the unique and important journals on Spiritual Resilience. The journal presents an education series providing updates relevant to emergency mental health, as well as, an ongoing annotated research review of relevant papers published elsewhere thus making the Journal a unique and even more valuable reference resource.
Spiritual Resilience helps the patients with mental disorders to retain their ability to sustain an individual's sense of self-being and purpose through a set of spiritual beliefs, principles, or values. A Spiritual Resilience orientation is associated with better mental health. It can help to increase self-esteem, find meaning in life, improve family and special relationships and decrease drug and alcohol abuse. Spirituality provides a moral compass to help navigate life. Spiritual Resilience is therefore worth contemplating and discussing as a deep human concern, whether or not it is part of a specific faith tradition, especially in the context of mental healthcare, where emotional pain and grief are encountered so frequently.
Last date updated on June, 2014