Spiritual Care & Recovery

There is a considerable body of evidence to show that faith can be a major factor in supporting recovery in mental health.

Becoming aware of your own spirituality, whether it is based on a religious tradition or not, offers a new perspective for future living. Recovery and wellbeing are about the whole of life, and spiritual care of ourselves and others addressing our deepest motivations and concerns.

This course aims to introduce the concepts of faith and spirituality, their contribution to recovery, and explores some practices, religious and non-religious, which may be used to help you regain and maintain a healthier approach to life.

By the end of this course, you will:

  • Be familiar with the role of faith and spirituality in promoting mental wellbeing
  • Look at the evidence to show that faith and spirituality can have a positive effect on mental health
  • Learn about and experience some spiritual practices which may aid recovery for you or those you care for
  • Know about the role of the chaplains within the Trust and how to access their services.

 

Date:  7 March 2024

Times:  10am to 4pm

Venue:  Room 3, The Curve, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Bury New Road, Prestwich, Manchester M25 3BL

 

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