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Online Library Training

Lessons for learning about the Good Library and its various resources and services for online students.

Source One: Compassion in action

HHS Partnership Center. (2020). Compassion in action: A guide for faith communities serving people experiencing mental illness and their caregivers (p. 44). https://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/compassion-in-action.pdf

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Source Two: Religion, spirituality, health, and social work

Wolfer, T. A. (2012). Religion, spirituality, health, and social work. In S. Gehlert & T. Browne (Eds.), Handbook of Health Social Work (2nd ed., p. 702). Wiley. https://search-credoreference-com.ezproxy.goshen.edu/content/title/wileyhhsw?tab=entry_view&entry_id=19248264

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Source Three: The relationship of spirituality and mental health to recidivism

Stewart, C., Rapp-McCall, L., & Drum, L. (2019). The relationship of spirituality and mental health to recidivism. Social Work & Christianity, 46(4), 67–86.

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