Marcil, Ivan, “De la pleine conscience a la pleine confiance” (“From Mindfulness to Confidence”.) (publication in French) Mediaspaul, Montreal, QC (2018) https://mediaspaul.ca/catalogue/de-la-pleine-conscience-a-la-pleine-confiance-9833
The author explores mindfulness as informed by both eastern spirituality and by the Christian Gospel. He supports his clear and passionate discussion with illustration from his own experience and growth. Ivan is a spiritual care practitioner at l’Hopital Pierre-Boucher in Longueuil, Quebec and is a member of Professional Practice Commission representing Quebec.
Mundle, R., (in-press). On becoming a better listener: A practical spiritual guide for hospice palliative care volunteers. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Handzo, George F., Cobb, Mark, Holmes, Cheryl, Kelly, Ewan, Sinclair, Shane (2014). Outcomes for Professional Health Care Chaplaincy: An International Call to Action. Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy, 20, 43-53. doi: 10.1080/08854726.2014.902713 It’s open access so can be spread liberally. Available here.
Schmidt, Angela E. (2013) Partnerships Between Hospitals and Community for Spiritual Care. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing. Available as free download under thesis section, below.
2013 When Religion and Sexuality Intersect: Reflections on Diversity from Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. Eds. Pamela Dickey Young, Heather Shipley and Tracy J. Trothen. British Columbia: UBC Press, forthcoming.
2012 Shattering the Illusion: Child Sexual Abuse Policies and Canadian Religious Institutions. Tracy J. Trothen. ASPP (SHRCC) funded. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier Press, 212pp.
2010 “A Philosophical and Conceptual Basis for What We Are Doing: Relational and Spiritual Bases for the Practicum in Clinical Pastoral Education” in The Practicum in Professional Education: Canadian Perspectives, Edwin Ralph, Keith Walker, & Randolph Wimmer, eds. Calgary, Canada: Temeron/Detselig Publisher, 105-122. Tracy J. Trothen.
Theses and Dissertations
Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Thesis
Theriault, Deborah, “Grace Filled Moments: Creative Arts and Pastoral Care with Patients Living with Dementia in the Hospital Setting” (2017). Atlantic School of Theology, Halifax, Nova Scotia, M.A. thesis.
Schmidt, Angela E., “Partnerships between Hospitals and Community: A Qualitative Study on Collaboration for Spiritual Care in Healthcare” (2013). Theses and Dissertations Comprehensive). Paper 1616.
Biggs, Dwight, “Comfort, Comfort my People”: A Qualitative Study Examining Dying Persons’ and Their Caregivers’ Experience of Spiritual Care as an aid to Having a Good Death in Grey and Bruce Counties, Ontario” (2014). Theses and Dissertations (Comprehensive). Paper 1647.
Faubert, Ellen, “How Might psychiatrists and Chaplains Collaborate in Delivering Spiritual Care to Persons with Mental Illness? – A Canadian Perspective“. (2014) University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK, PhD. Thesis.
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Refereed Journal Articles
Behman, P. et. al. (2018). Short-term autonomic nervous system and experiential responses during a labyrinth walk. Cogent Psychology, 5: 1495036
Mundle, R. (in-press). Learning from experiences of feeling heard: A qualitative study of hospice volunteers. Illness, Crisis and Loss.
Lucas, S. (2017). Assessing transcendent experiences vs mental illnesses. Journal of Pastoral Care and Counseling, vol 71, 4, 267-263.
Butlin, Helen, et.al. (2016) Practice CALM: Coaching Anxiety Lessening Methods for Radiation Therapists: A Pilot Study of a Skills-Based Training Program in Radiation Oncology. Published online: January 14, 2016. Helen Butlin, Katherine L. Salter, Amanda Williams, Carla Garcia. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences.
Mundle, R. (2015). A narrative analysis of spiritual distress in geriatric physical rehabilitation. (Special issue on narrative.) Journal of Health Psychology, 20(3), 273-285.
Mundle, R. (2015). “I should be closer to God because of this”: A case study of embodied narratives and spiritual reconstruction in spinal cord injury and stroke rehabilitation. Journal of Disability and Religion, 19, 30-49.
Yeo, Steve, et,al. (2015) Walking the Labyrinth: Considering Mental Health Consumer Experience, Meaning Making, and the Illumination of the Sacred in a Forensic Mental Health Setting. Journal of Pastoral Care adn Counseling, Vol 69, 4, 240-250.
Mundle, R. (2014). “Strong men don’t cry, but I’m not strong anymore”: A case study of bodily engagement with stories of loss and grief in palliative care. Illness, Crisis & Loss, 22(4), 285-292.
Mundle, R. & Smith, B. (2013). Hospital chaplains and embodied listening: Engaging with stories and the body in healthcare environments. Illness, Crisis & Loss, 21(2), 95-108.
Mundle, R. (2011). The spiritual strength story in end-of-life care: Two case studies. Palliative and Supportive Care, 9, 419-424.