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Spiritually Sensitive Victim Services

Janice Harris Lord, Theo
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) In Crime Victims Report, Vol 12(1):1,2,4.

“Following is part one of a two-part article emphasizing the need for caregivers to approach their clients with a sensitivity not only to their emotional and social needs, but also to the concerns arising from diverse cultural backgrounds. The article asks caregivers to challenge themselves in exploring their own assumptions and predispositions. Part two of this article will appear in a future issue of CVR.” (Editor’s note)


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