Crossed Paths: Snapshots of Life and Death by an Undercover Hospital Chaplain

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iUniverse, 2010 - 88 頁
Raw, delicate, and complex emotions emerge in hospitals rooms and hallways. People face unexpected life-changing events, or face impossible choices. A hospital chaplain is a spiritual resource to whom people may turn in these times of needs.

In Crossed Paths: Snapshots of Life and Death by an Undercover Hospital Chaplain, psychologist May Chen shares stories and lessons gleaned from working as a hospital chaplain and playing an integral role on the medical treatment team in a major trauma hospital.

From heartbreaking to heartwarming, Chen relates true accounts of her experience as a lay hospital chaplain while pursuing her graduate degree in psychology. Based on actual encounters, Crossed Paths offers insights and paints pictures of life, death, suffering, and hope in a hospital setting through a combination of spiritual, medical, and psychological lenses.
 

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May Chen, PhD, is a health psychologist. She earned her doctoral degree from Rutgers University and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in religion, psychology, and well-being at Duke University Medical Center. Chen lives in New York City, where she is a professor and has a clinical psychology private practice.

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