Learning how to stay well, mentally and emotionally
St Luke’s vision is for the Anglican clergy to be healthy in mind and body, able to serve their parish and community to their full potential.
Preventative services currently offered by St Luke’s to dioceses include education and training for clergy, through resilience workshops, and ongoing consultation and development through reflective practice groups.
- Resilience training workshops for clergy
- Expert help in setting up Reflective Practice Groups for clergy peer support
- BACP Article on Reflective Practice Groups
- Reflective Practice Groups: what clergy say
St Luke’s helps with the costs of preventative services and encourages dioceses to participate. In 2014, 135 clergy benefited from resilience training workshops funded by St Luke’s.
We work with clergy, diocesan officers and mental wellbeing experts to identify ‘gaps’ and develop ways of enhancing clergy wellbeing. St Luke’s current aim is to develop a cohesive framework for its offerings that can be encompassed under the headings of:
For more information please contact Claire Walker at St Luke’s Healthcare for the Clergy, on 020 7898 1700 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org