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Clergy Wellbeing

On this page you’ll find resources to share and resources for personal use to help with wellbeing.

\r\n\r\nPeace be Still: A Family Guide to Living in Crazy Days<\/em><\/strong> (<\/em>helps families talk together about their reactions to the situation, gently bringing God and Jesus into the picture)\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nBeyond Disaster (Survivor’s Booklet) <\/em><\/strong>is a guide for spiritual first aid.\r\n\r\n“, “_accordion_blocks_0_text”: “field_61cae492d07af”, “accordion_blocks_0_show_download”: “0”, “_accordion_blocks_0_show_download”: “field_61cae4e0d07b2”, “accordion_blocks_0_text_after”: “”, “_accordion_blocks_0_text_after”: “field_61cae51dd07b4”, “accordion_blocks_0_show_cta”: “0”, “_accordion_blocks_0_show_cta”: “field_61cae4bed07b0”, “accordion_blocks_0_content”: “”, “_accordion_blocks_0_content”: “field_619655b45b45c”, “accordion_blocks_1_title”: “Supporting good mental health”, “_accordion_blocks_1_title”: “field_6196558b71dfb”, “accordion_blocks_1_text”: “
\r\n\r\nThe effects of mental health on both sufferers and those who care are huge. Nearly nine out of ten people with mental health problems have been affected by stigma and discrimination.\r\n\r\nChurches seek to provide space for individuals, as well as their families, friends and loved ones, and seek to be places that welcome, support, involve and reach out to them and indeed to all, and share the love and welcome of Jesus Christ for all times of life.\r\n

Watch our short videos about real experiences of faith and mental health<\/h3>\r\nLes speaks about being diagnosed with bipolar and the positive impact of being invited to join a local church community.\r\n\r\n<\/div>\r\n
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