SPIRITUAL HEALTH FOR EVERYONE
The Spiritual Companions Trust is an educational charity.
We develop resources and programmes at the interface of spirituality and health.
Spirituality can deliver great benefits for physical and mental health.
We have developed the first fully accredited UK course covering this subject — the DIPLOMA IN PRACTICAL SPIRITUALITY AND WELLNESS (Crossfields Institute Level 3).
It is delivered by our educators across the UK. It is currently being delivered here:
• Alternatives of St. James’s Church, Piccadilly September started. Full. More info Click here
• Findhorn College October start. More info Click here
• Hawkwood College, Gloucester September 2018 Link to come
• Lammas Earth Centre, Pembrokeshire October start. More info Click here
• Martine Moorby, Harrogate March 2018 start. More info Click here
• Spirituality Here, Birmingham March 2018 start. More info Click here
• Swanage Retreat Centre January 2018 start. More info Click here
Watch our inspiring and beautiful video in which we see how six very different people make their spiritual connection.
We develop and provide resources and training for organisations and communities.
We support people in developing their own mature and autonomous approach to spirituality and self-development. We deliver a UK/EU recognised qualification, the Diploma in Practical Spirituality and Wellness. We support organisations develop good practice in spirituality and wellbeing.
As individuals and as a community we believe in the profound benefits of spirituality for personal and social wellbeing. We therefore support people informally and formally on their spiritual journeys in one-to-one and group situations; and we also provide organisational support and trainings.
Grants to Make Video and Digital Resources
We are delighted to announce two grants, from Awards for All and from the Inlight Trust, to develop video and digital resources for our Everyone Cares programme. The photograph shows Denise Michell, Mayor of Glastonbury, with Diana Brown and William Bloom in the Spiritual Companions office.
From the archives
The first Spiritual Care Conference, organised and hosted by the Spiritual Companions Trust, took place 17-19 May 2013. In the picture left to right: Julie Roberts, David MacGeoch, Sister Jayanti, William Bloom, Sarah Jane Williamson.
“When I was ready to take my next steps as an educator, I searched to develop in an environment that felt intellectually sound, emotionally literate, psychologically safe and spiritually inspiring. Spiritual Companion training is all of that: practical, mindful, expansive, inclusive, supportive and rigorous. It continues to inform how I am in my work and in my life generally.” — Martine Moorby, Spiritual Companions Educator