Without an appropriate spiritual care model, it can be difficult to
discuss existential questions about death and dying with people who
are confronted with life-threatening or incurable diseases. This
book offers a simple framework for interpreting existential
questions with patients and helping them to cope in end-of-life
situations, with illustrative examples from practice. Building on
the medieval Ars moriendi tradition, the author introduces a
contemporary art of dying model. It shows how to discuss
existential questions in a post-Christian context, without
moralising death or telling people how they should feel. Written in
a straightforward manner, this is a helpful resource for chaplains
and clergy, and those with no formal spiritual training, including
counsellors, doctors, nurses, allied healthcare workers and other
professionals who come into contact with patients in hospitals and
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