The website of our sister organisation in the Roman Catholic Church, headed by Gail Sainsbury.
We are very grateful for the support we receive from Inclusive Church who sponsor our fringe lunches and work in partnership with us at Greenbelt and at various conferences and events.
Mind and Soul is a charity that seeks to bridge the gap that often exists between Christianity and mental health issues. The website has resources, a forum and there are events and conferences. Click on the image to go to the site.
A Site for those living with infertility :stories about childlessness, faith and the space in-between. Click the link on the the title above.
Livability have developed a mental health access pack for Churches; click on the logo to access the site.
Passionate Dementia Care provides specialist training and consultancy that supports organisations seeking to offer personalised support to people with dementia and their family carers. Dr Trevor Adams firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Rood House
Time and space for you
Hospitality lies at the heart of all we are and do.
We are here for you, and for many at a time of need.
As well as professional, therapeutic support, or programmed events, our door is open for rest and relaxation, care for carers, spiritual retreat and accompaniment, training, study and sabbaticals or for a holiday. You are welcome to phone us and discuss your requirements.
Holy Rood House is a charity with a gentle Christian ethos, providing safer space for those of us who are finding life unsafe. Since 1993 we have been pleased to welcome all kinds of people, of all ages, for all kinds of reasons from across Britain. We have found that once people know the right place for them – they are prepared to travel.
Space – for the possibility of seeing things from a different perspective
Do come and visit us!
The Guild of Health
Since 1904 bringing Christian spirituality and healthcare together, striving for care and compassion today.
The Guild of Health was founded in 1904 to bring together members of the clergy and the medical professions to study and promote the healing ministry of the Church.
It is the oldest organisation in the UK working in the field of Christian healing and unique in that it seeks to be truly ecumenical and to draw on a broad spectrum of Christian traditions, whilst being clear that medical outcomes should be evidence-based.
UK registered company: 487460
E & W registered charity: 211016
click on logo to visit site.
Welcome Me as I Am - Understanding Mental Health Needs in our Parish and Deanery Community
An excellent site with plenty of information and resources from our Roman Catholic partners.
Our partner organisation in the Jewish Community - click on the link to visit their site.
We are proud of our partnership with Time to Change, the campaign to end stigma attached to mental illness.
The Time to Change grants fund has now opened its second round of applications. We are also now pleased to announce the sixteen projects that we will be funding from Round One!The Time to Change grants fund is for projects that bring people with and without mental health problems together to challenge discrimination in their communities. We will fund approximately 75 projects between now and 2015.
Click on the money to get the details!
In 2005 we watched a close friend struggle to find the information they were looking for when they were in desperate need of emotional support. This was when we realised there was a need for a service bringing together the information required to help individuals find a qualified counsellor or psychotherapist in their local area.
Counselling Directory is a confidential service that encourages those in distress to seek help. The directory contains information on many different types of distress, as well as articles, news, and events. To ensure the professionalism of our website, all counsellors have provided us with qualifications and insurance cover or proof of membership with a professional body.
'MINDFUL EMPLOYER is a UK-wide NHS initiative which provides organisations with easier access to information and local support in relation to the people who work for them.'
The Spirituality section of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Formerly known as ASPCC) is concerned not only with those who work as counsellors and psychotherapists, chaplains or pastoral carers within faith communities but, far more broadly, with all those in the counselling and psychotherapy field who take spirituality seriously and wish to take their clients' spirituality seriously. APSCC has an excellent journal which is also available to interested individuals who are not professionals in the field.
The Centre for mental health aims to help to create a society in which people with mental health problems enjoy equal chances in life to those without.
We focus on criminal justice, employment, mental health at work, recovery and children.
Promoting understanding and support
for those going through profound personal transformation/Spiritual crisis (often called Spiritual Emergency, Emergence, Awakening or psycho-spiritual crisis) is a turbulent period of spiritual opening and transformation.
We recognise that spiritual crisis and mental health difficulties often overlap.
Our vision is to act as a resource providing help and information: for those going through or recovering from spiritual crisis, for professionals, carers and supporters of those going through or recovering from spiritual crisis. We are charity steered by a development group of volunteers including professionals, experts by experience, occupational therapists and a clinical psychologist.
Our friends in the Jain Community are working alongside those with mental illness. Click on the logo to go to their site.
Our Mission is to put on imaginative events for people of all mental experience. All our events seek to connect our inner and our outer world and ourselves to one another, whoever we may be. The calendar of events at the Dragon Cafe (located in the crypt of St George the Martyr Church, opposite Borough tube station). is here
Mental Health Matters and the Church of England cannot take responsibility for the contents of external websites.