Jewish spiritual care: Creating sound spirit

When Rabbi Mike Schultz met Sharona (alias), she was a young mother of two girls, suffering of terminal cancer, and angry – mostly at God that is not planning to let her see her girls grow up.

Schultz, a Jewish spiritual care provider in profession, helped her understand that she can use the illness to prepare her daughters for life, and leave this world without anger.

After the personal coaching courses and the empowerment trend – it is now the turn of Jewish spiritual care. A relatively new profession, imported from the United States, is becoming an acceptable professional field. It is a complementary profession to mental and health treatments, when the crisis is big.


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