Date of Award
Master of Social Work
School of Social Work
This study will contribute to the profession of social work by assessing services provided to persons with HIV/AIDS in regards to spirituality as a coping mechanism. A goal of this study is to encourage social workers to examine their own viewpoints regarding spirituality as a coping mechanism for clients with HIV/AIDS and how well they integrate this method of coping into treatment. Service providers within this population will be able to evaluate and improve their use of a client's spirtual world view as a tool for coping with iving with HIV/AIDS.
Reimer, Jody Lynn, "HIV/AIDS service providers' views of spirituality as a mechanism for client coping" (2006). Theses Digitization Project. 3479.