Spiritual self-care to support mental wellbeing
Spiritual self-care to support mental wellbeing

About the course

During this session, you will explore what spirituality means and what it means to you, and how it can support your mental wellbeing. The sense of spirituality can vary. For some people, it is private, while others express their beliefs within an established group. It can mean having and practising faith, or it might mean engaging in creative activities, being outdoors, walking, singing, music and meditation, all of which can help us to manage and support our mental wellbeing.

Learning objectives:

  • To explore what ‘spirituality’ is and identify what it means to you.
  • To understand how taking care of your spiritual self can contribute to your mental wellbeing.
  • To understand how spiritual health practices can improve your wellbeing.

This course takes place over three hours in one session.


Booking a course

We teach our courses in a classroom or online. You can find the venues' locations on the venues page, including travel information and facilities.

Classes online are via the Zoom online platform. If you are still getting familiar with Zoom, visit our using Zoom page for resources, videos and Zoom guides

We have additional information for people who might need access to IT equipment; please visit our digital skills and inclusion page.

The college strives to provide students with positive experiences and is committed to making the college accessible to all. Please read our code of conduct to learn what we expect of our students when attending courses.

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Upcoming course dates

We are not running this course this term.

No upcoming dates?

Our courses are regularly reviewed and may not appear available every term. If you've just missed the last session or you're waiting for a new release, you can still register your interest in this course. The more interest we receive the greater the chance of the course returning!

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Further help and support

If you want some help to book this course, or would like to put your name down for a course that's not currently running, please get in touch with us.

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