Y 18 Well-being and Spirituality (2010)

Young people are often criticized in the media and by public figures for a whole range of ills in society. At the same time, surveys suggest that the UK has the worst well-being amongst young people in the Western World. Could the two be connected?

This well-researched study, drawing on young people's actual experiences, looks at the debates around the nature of well-being, and then explores both practical and spiritual resources in developing and supporting a sense of well-being. It is a vital resource for all those working with young people today.
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Author: Nigel Pimlott

Nigel Pimlott is passionate about work with young people. He has worked for Frontier Youth Trust for many years and is the author of a number of books and youth work resources. He lives in Newark, spends far too long on Facebook, and is a lifelong supporter of Manchester City.

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Author: Sally Nash

Sally has worked with Youth for Christ for over 20 years in training and supporting youth workers, and is now Director of the Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry based at St John's Nottingham. She enjoys walking and good food (often combined), plays golf and supports Spurs.

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