The National Spirituality and Mental Health Forum

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Spirituality Connects Us All

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36 Greenacres

Hendon Lane


N3 3SF


Thursday 6th September 2018

Thursday 1st November 2018


Welcome to our website where you will find a range of important information on the increasingly important topic of Spirituality and Mental Health.  Both in the field of mental health and beyond there is an increasing awareness of the need to promote an approach based on 'mind and soul' and our aim is to promote this awareness through our regular events as well as through our website.  We are unique in having representatives of most major faith traditions on our Board of Trustees.

We hold regular seminars at which a guest speaker presents on a topical theme relevant to spirituality and mental health.  We also organise a memorial lecture each year to honour the memory of the late Professor Peter Gilbert who did so much to raise awareness of the link between spirituality and mental health.  We also organise an Open Forum in June of each year where there is an opportunity to share developments and good practice in the area of Spirituality and Mental Health.

We would very much welcome your interest and involvement.  For a modest donation of £25 you can join as a Member of the Forum - this entitles you to free admission to our quarterly events.  You can also join as a Friend of the Forum for free which will add your name to our mailing list.  We do hope that together we can work to raise awareness on the importance of spirituality within mental wellbeing.

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The Forum offers some great resources, many of which are unique to us and are useful for the casual reads through to students in academia.

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If you would to get in touch with us, we would love to hear from you - whether that be for:


to join us,

to get in touch with a Trustee

 or to make a kind donation


The Forum was originally created by a consultative group exploring the relationship between religion and mental health initiated by the former Health Education Authority (HEA) during the 1990s..

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