Learning Objectives

  1. Compare one’s own emotional and cognitive reactions to eight case studies.
  2. Compare the definitions of spirituality and religion.
  3. Describe the major contributions of Fowler’s and Wilber’s theories of human spirituality.
  4. Give examples of the impact of spirituality and religion in the lives of oppressed groups and people coping with different problems of  living.
  5. Demonstrate how to gather information about a client’s religious or spiritual history.
  6. Apply knowledge of human spirituality to ecommend guidelines for social work engagement, assessment, intervention, and evaluation.