Our Vision

 
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Our Vision

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  • To EDUCATE by providing high quality, accessible resources that engage with mental and emotional health, informed by the Christian theology and the latest scientific expertise.
  • To ENCOURAGE local support networks, empowering and engaging the local church and enhancing mental health services.
  • To ENABLE people to meet with God and receive healing in the midst of emotional distress, presenting a holistic approach to mental health that incorporates the spiritual and the psychological.
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Our DNA

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  • REAL and RELIABLE - Mind and Soul is run by people with professional qualifications and/or personal experience of emotional health, ill health. We aim to provide high quality resources that are up to date, accurate and offer an open-minded and detailed exploration of that subject.
  • FAITH FOUNDED - We come from a solid foundation of Christian belief. We understand that some people have had difficult experiences of the church and/or faith and we hope that, whatever your own belief, you can find a space to explore spirituality alongside emotional health and wellbeing.
  • RECOVERY FOCUSED - One of the most damaging aspects of emotional and mental ill-health can be a loss of hope. We aim to champion the hope of recovery - with a realistic understanding of what that may be - to all who face that darkest fear.
  • JARGON FREE - We won’t blind you with bewildering words, mysterious acronyms, religious language and incomprehensible theology. Just straightforward, straight talking resources you can understand.
  • DEMYSTIFYING and DESTIGMATISING - Emotional and mental health problems can happen to anyone. We aim to take away some of the fear that comes from not understanding them properly.
  • INTEGRATED - We are passionate about the potential that exists within the church, and within the millions of people dealing with emotional and mental health problems. We aim to bridge the gap, integrating psychology, psychiatry and the church.