Mental Health Groups & Organisations
#Emerging Proud is ultimately a campaign about providing hope; that breaking down does not mean we are broken; it means that we can be amidst a difficult journey to ‘breakthrough’. In the same way that the caterpillar completely dissolves before emerging as a butterfly from its chrysalis, the human ‘emergence’ process can look exactly the same.
Founded in 1949, the Mental Health Foundation is a leading UK charity that provides information, carries out research, campaigns and works to improve services for anyone affected by mental health problems, whatever their age and wherever they live. There is quite a lot on spirituality and mental health on their website.
Committed to improving the understanding of psychiatry and mental health. They aim to achieve a greater understanding of the interaction between mental and physical health and the social and cultural context in which people live. They are at the forefront in setting and achieving the highest standards through education, training and research.
Founded over 30 years ago to give a voice to people affected by severe mental illness. Their aim is to make a practical and positive difference by providing hope and empowerment through effective services, information and support to all those who need their services.
Provides individuals that are experiencing difficulties with psychospiritual growth, a therapist referral and support service that is staffed by trained graduate students. In a culture which has not understood issues surrounding spiritual development. They can provide referrals to licensed mental health care professionals (often in the caller's area) who may be of ongoing assistance.
The Spiritual Competency Academy offers mental health professionals a selection of unique courses that provide you with the skills and knowledge to become more spiritually competent. Our foundational curriculum starts with a course on how to conduct an evidence-based and spiritually sensitive spiritual assessment. Other courses cover a wide variety of topics including self-compassion, mindfulness, and forgiveness.
Aims to raise awareness of voice hearing, visions, tactile sensations and other sensory experiences and gives support to anyone that has experienced hearing voices. Psychiatry refers to hearing voices as 'auditory hallucinations' but Hearing Voices research shows that there are many explanations for hearing voices. Many people begin to hear voices as a result of extreme stress or trauma. Here you can find support help groups and training sessions.