PUBLICATIONS ON RELATED TOPICS
Meyerstein, I. (2017) Gesher Lemarpeh: Metziat Koach Lehitmoded im Machalah. Hebrew translation of Bridge to Healing: Finding Strength to Cope with Illness. Jacksonville, FL: Mazo Publishing.
Meyerstein, I. (2015), The "Healing" Pillow: A Practical Spiritual Tool for Coping with Illness. 1522-4821-1000215.php?aid=55763.
Meyerstein, I. & Ruskin, G. (2007) Spiritual tools for enhancing the pastoral visit to hospitalized patients, Journal of Religion and Health, 46:1, 109-122.
Meyerstein, I. (2006), Spiritual Steps for Couples Recovering from Fetal Loss. In K. Helmeke and C. Ford Sori (Eds.), The Therapist’s Notebook for Integrating Spirituality in Counseling II: Homework, Handouts, and Activities for Use in Psychotherapy. Haworth Press, 223-230.
____________, (2006), Using psalms as spiritual tools in coping with medical illness. In K.Helmeke and C. Ford Sori (Eds.), The Therapist’s Notebook for Integrating Spirituality in Counseling II: Homework, Handouts, and Activities for Use in Psychotherapy. Haworth Press, 209-216.
_____________, (2005), Sustaining our spirits: Spiritual study/discussion groups for coping with medical illness. Journal of Religion and Health, 44:2, 207-225.
____________, (2004), A Jewish Spiritual Perspective on Psychopathology and Psychotherapy: A Clinician’s View. Journal of Religion and Health, 44:1, 329-341.
___________, (2003), The Patient Nose: A Biopsychosociospiritual Story. In J. Frykman and T. Nelson (Eds.), Making the Impossible Difficult: Tools for Getting Unstuck, iUniverse.
___________, (2001), A systemic approach to fetal loss following genetic testing. Contemporary Family Therapy, 23(4), 385-402.
___________, (2000), Family therapy & alternative medicine: Acupuncture as a case in point. Contemporary Family Therapy, 22:1, 3-18.
__________, (2000), Spirituality as a component of health care, Best Practices. Working Together: the Family Collaborative Health Care Association Newsletter, 5:2, p.4.
__________, (1994), Reflections on “being there” and “doing” in family therapy: a story of chronic illness. Family Systems Medicine, 10:1, 99-110.
__________, (1992), Creating a network of volunteer resources in a psychoeducational family asthma program. Family Systems Medicine 10:99-110.