Quaker Approaches to Mental Health
£170.00 – £245.00
This weekend will explore Quaker ministry in mental health. We will share experiences and concerns, looking at spirituality, community support, and political ideas. We will build a community of connections, listening and acceptance. We may prepare a response to the coverage of mental health in ‘Faith & Practice’; develop ideas about a Quaker Recognised Body ‘Quaker Action on Mental Health’; think about a project of ‘Mental Health Friends’ – and more…
All are welcome – but we cannot help with current distress.
Alison Mitchell works for the Retreat Benevolent Fund as Mental Health Development Officer, raising awareness and asking questions about mental health.
Bev Smith is the Empowering Meetings Mental Health Officer for Quaker Life.
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