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There is a developing recognition that spirituality, religious belief and inclusive faith communities are important for mental well being. Training for mental health practitioners in the UK is increasingly taking this on board but practitioners have few guidelines about this growing field of interest for incorporating this awareness in their practice with the service users they are trying to help. "Spirituality, Values and Practice in Mental Health Care" addresses policy and practice for professionals working in the mental health field and for carers and people with mental health problems themselves, enabling them to overcome the stigma often associated with mental health problems, and the subject of spirituality. The book includes sections on context, research, education and training and good practice and also incorporates a range of personal perspectives. This book is an indispensable resource for mental health practitioners, carers, service users, chaplains, faith leaders, faith communities, as well as students and professionals working in the field of spirituality and mental health.