This article describes the Mental Health and Faith Community Partnership which is a collaboration between psychiatrists and clergy. The partnership provides an opportunity for psychiatrists and the mental health community to learn from spiritual leaders, to whom people often turn in times of mental distress. At the same time, it provides an opportunity to improve understanding of the best science and evidence-based treatment for psychiatric illnesses among faith leaders and those in the faith community.
You may also like
Lessons learnt from easing COVID-19 restrictions: an analysis of countries and regions in Asia Pacific and Europe
October 20, 2020
Social distancing to slow the US COVID-19 epidemic: Longitudinal pretest–posttest comparison group study
August 17, 2020
It is Time to Address Airborne Transmission of COVID-19
July 13, 2020