Duchowy wymiar interwencji kryzysowej wobec rodziny alkoholowej


Grzegorz Wąchol
Uniwersytet Papieski Jana Pawła II w Krakowie
Dorota Kumorek
Uniwersytet Papieski Jana Pawła II w Krakowie


Intervention, as individual help for people at risk of crisis, is the first step of formal and/or informal actions towards members of an alcoholic family. The effectiveness of the intervention is influenced by many factors, among which an im portant place is played by psychological support leading to the restoration of a person’s well-being. The World Health Organization, in its original understanding of well-being, understood as a person’s sense of happiness, well-being and satisfaction with their state of life, distinguished three of its components: somatic, mental and social health. Recently, there has been an increasing number of studies pointing to the value of the spiritual component in activities that rebuild the mental condition of people and families in crisis. The aim of the article is to demonstrate the usefulness of spirituality for the general assumptions of the idea of crisis intervention, addressed directly to family members affected by alcohol problems, meeting the criteria of a family in crisis, and to indicate specific proposals derived from Christian spirituality that can be used during the intervention.



19 December 2023


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