It’s heartening to discover that 2,500 psychiatrists in the UK have joined this group:
“The Spirituality and Psychiatry Special Interest Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists was founded to:
- help psychiatrists to share experiences and to explore spirituality in mental healthcare
- to increase knowledge of the research linking spirituality with better health
- to raise the profile of spirituality in patient care.
The SPSIG has now over 2500 psychiatrist members. It runs an active programme of one-day events for members and holds occasional conferences open to the general public.”