*Exploring Spirituality Workbook – Personal Journey of Discovery – Exploring Spiritual Symbols & Language – Your Story – Balancing – Accessing Your Inner Strength – Engaging with Your Community – Finding Your Way..
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- Community Mental Health Professionals Perspective on Incorporating Spirituality in their Care of Clients with Serious Mental Illness & Qualitative Inquiry – by Nancy Clark – B.S.N., The University of British Columbia, 1993
- Dancing to Eagle Spirit Society – We are dedicated to the healing and empowerment of aboriginal and non-aboriginal two-spirit individuals their friends and their allies. The society seeks to honor the dignity of the individual, building personal and community self esteem by providing emotional support and spiritual needs using traditional Native American ways and culture.
- Engaging Mental Health Services in Spirituality Conversations: A Spirituality Poster & Cafe Spirituality his article describes a spirituality quality-improvement project that engaged the system using strategic spirituality dialogue.
- From Grief to Action – A volunteer-based not-for-profit association in British Columbia. We are a voice and a support network for families and friends affected by drug use.
- Homes to Heal – A website developed by Dr. Otto Toews and Ms. Joan McCreath for non-profit organizations which raise funds to assist homeless families get safe and affordable homes.
- Spirituality and Mental Health among Canadians – Literature Review & Theoretical Framework – Research Design & Methodology – Results – Discussion & Conclusion
- Spirituality and Recovery – BC’s Mental Health Journal Visions – Canadian Mental Health Association – Experiences & Perspectives – Inclusion in Spiritual Community – Spiritual Traditions, Mental Health and Mental Illness – Alternatives & Approaches – Book Reviews – Resource lists
- Vancouver Hakomi Education Network – Hakomi is a journey of assisted self study, a journey through mindfulness to wholeness. The Hakomi method as developed by Ron Kurtz draws from the vast worlds of Science, Spirituality, and Psychotherapy, yet the practice itself remain simple.