Mental Health Support and Strategies: An Interfaith Perspective

Friday 13 November 19.00 – 20.00

Lincoln

Carole Glover speaking as the Brahma Kumari Chaplain at University of Lincoln, UK. Carole has a background in fine arts and she became involved in a peace group in relation to the Yugoslavian conflict in the 1990s. Her attention is now on world peace and healing emotional wounds of victims of war and violence. In the late 1990s Carole was drawn to the Brahma Kumari’s and became a teacher of positive thinking as well as additional spiritual approaches to healing both human hearts and the world we live in. Carole also has a love of gardening and the wellbeing of our planet. Empowering others and herself is her purpose.She will share her spiritual insight and practical steps that anyone can apply to support their mental health during the pandemic.

Event held by Centre for Reconciliation
Venue accessibility
Event categories Conference/seminar/talk/workshop, Health and social care
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There is a suggested £2 minimum donation which can be paid by visiting our website. https://tcf-reconciliation.org/donate
If you are taking our annual membership then you can attend these three events that we planned during Interfaith week at no additional charge.
https://tcf-reconciliation.org/membership

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