Taster Course – Culturally appropriate and religiously sensitive wellbeing support
Culturally appropriate and religiously sensitive wellbeing support
In this video, Imam Mohammed Rashid highlights why it is important to understand how a person’s culture and religious beliefs can impact their mental health and wellbeing, and how open (or not) they may be to support.
Mohammed is a Mental Health Chaplain with the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Foundation Trust.
He is more than happy to provide bespoke training, support and guidance to community organisations and groups to enable them to meet their clients/service users’ needs in an inclusive manner. He has delivered training on topics such as ‘Mental Health, Culture and Spirituality’, ‘Cultural Understanding Affecting Practice’ among other topics.
His contact details are [email protected]
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