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Faith and spirituality mean different things for different people and for many colleagues are vitally important.  

If you identify with a particular form of spirituality or faith, you may want to seek support that takes your faith into account. Our aim is to provide choice and we want to remove as many of the barriers to seeking support as possible.

 

If you don’t identify with a particular form of spirituality or faith, spiritual wellbeing can represent our connection to ourselves and the world around us. The ability to experience and integrate meaning and purpose in life through connection with oneself and others, as well as through other contexts in life such as music, art, literature, nature or something greater than oneself. 

You may also be interested to know more about what your colleagues believe in and increase your understanding of the times in the year that are important to various groups and why this is the case. 

Please get in touch if you’d like to talk to us about your spiritual wellbeing. All conversations are confidential, independent and inclusive.

 

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