WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY OCTOBER 10th 2018
How will you be recognising this?
MHFA (Mental Health First Aid), England
Key resource to access when accessing support for both ourselves but also for others.
Welcome to the Pastoral Care and Counselling pages, where clergy and their families are able to access support and advice for a wide range of needs that occur for many of us, from time to time.
Rebekah Golds-Jones, Head of Pastoral Care and Counselling, and Sue Mulvoy, Assistant Officer for Pastoral Care and Counselling can be contacted via the email link in the green box on this page. In the same box you will find the referral form and pathway to this service.
The orange box beneath this lists all of the Wellbeing Matters Newsletters which have been written by Rebekah and her team, and offer psycho-education and signposting around a variety of different aspects of wellbeing.
The Pastoral Care Policy and Archdeacon Fiona's reflections regarding Pastoral Care can be found just below in the blue box. This is the original policy, and, over time, you will see that revised versions will be published on these pages. If however you are left with any queries, please don't hesitate to contact the Officer for Pastoral Care and Counselling.
The Pastoral Care and Counselling pages have been designed to be user friendly for clergy and their families, so that the required area can be found by clicking upon the link below, which then provides further option choices by clicking upon the appropriate hyper-link.
Whilst there are Christian specific organisations and charities listed, you will also find links to statutory sector and secular organisations and charities, too. There are national organisations to consider, as well as more locally based support. The hope is that by providing you with a wide ranging base of options, you will find the most appropriate support to your needs at this time.
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Rebekah Golds-Jones, Psychotherapist (MBACP, MNCS accred)
Head of Pastoral Care and Counselling
Rebekah speaks (below) about her role and of developing this new service within the Diocese of Chichester.