How EAPs can support the spiritual care needs of employees

A new article on BenefitsPro makes the case that, “spiritual care is different from both the bio-psycho-social model, and from the approach of typical clergy. It is a separate profession, for a separate set of needs. Spiritual care should be an included benefit in “Whole Person” care to make sure that there is expert spiritual care support available for the very large segment of the population that prefers it and for those who need it. Spiritual care providers are part of the interdisciplinary care team in medical centers around the country. With the arrival of specialist spiritual care in the EAP space, we can be partners in the care of covered populations in EAPs too.”

 

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