Equipping God’s people

I don’t think I have spoken with anyone who is finding lockdown easy, so how can we help friends, family, a work colleague who are finding this a particularly challenging time?

To help equip and support us as a congregation come alongside friends, family, a work colleague in a helpful way we will be running two training sessions. These sessions will not turn us all into well-being and mental health experts but will help us grow in confidence while also recognising our limits.

Leading the training sessions for us is Andrew Bennett. For the last 9 years, he has worked as a Health care Chaplain in Ninewells hospital in Dundee. Prior to this Andrew was an Associate Minister at St Mungo’s Church in Balerno, Edinburgh. He is a qualified Pastoral Supervisor registered with APSE as a Senior Accredited Pastoral Supervisor, with a Diploma in Pastoral Supervision. He is also a qualified Values Based Reflective Practice facilitator and a Scottish Mental Health First Aid trainer for Young people.

Brodie

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Book your place on session 2 by clicking the link or image below.

 

Session 1: Concentrated Compassion, – effective listening in a fast-moving world.

This session took place on Saturday 20th February 2021.

Check back here later for feedback on this event

 

Session 2: Mental Health an introduction.

Saturday 6th March, again 9:30am till 11:30am (on Zoom)
During this morning we will look at what is well-being and mental health and then a brief introduction to some mental health conditions.  An important part of the session will look at how to handle crisis and particularly asking someone about suicide.

The last part will be providing some helpful tools and ideas to offer people who are struggling and also when to signpost people on.

Camphill campus
20 Balvicar Drive, Glasgow, G42 8QS

Partick campus
19 Crow Road, Glasgow, G11 7RT

The Point (church office)
180 Queen's Drive, Glasgow, G42 8QD

0141 423 3962

office@qpbc.org