Part I: Inventory. Read "Chapter 4: Inventory of Spiritual/Emotional Maturity," by Scazzero and Bird, from The Emotionally Healthy Church (2003). Spiritual and Emotional: 1.Refer to "Chapter 4: Inventory of Spiritual/Emotional Maturity," from The Emotionally Healthy Church reading. 2.Complete the survey and reflect on your own results. Analyze the structure and assumptions behind the assessment. Burnout: 1.Refer to the "Are You Heading for Caregiver Burnout?" quiz. Are You Heading for Caregiver Burnout? By Paula Spencer Scott, Caring.com contributing editor 2.Complete the survey and reflect on your own results. Analyze the structure and assumptions behind the assessment. Part II: Reflection Using the results from the resources, write a 200-250 word reflection on your results and how you plan to combat compassion fatigue and burnout, and how you plan to promote your own spiritual growth. Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
Spirituality and healthcare Name Course Instructor Date Background There has been growing interest on the role of spirituality in healthcare, given that the individuals can cope better when healthcare is holistic. Caregivers may suffer from burnout, but this may not be adequately addressed highlighting the importance of coping mechanisms. Spirituality has positive effects since individuals have a positive outlook on live, religious commitment and social support also improve stress control (Craigie, 2011). Additionally, the emotionally mature individuals are able to handle issues more critically without blaming others for their own failures. Inventory of Spiritual/Emotional Maturity Party A General Formation and Discipleship 1-7 _22__/28 Part B Principle One–Look beneath the Surface 1–6 _19__/24 Principle Two–Break the Power of the Past 7–12 18___/24 Principle Three–Live in Brokennes