Mental health

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Poster
News

Lear Training

Awareness and referral training supported by poster that can be individualised launches in January.
Event
Fundraiser

AWARE

Join us for this fantastic day of family fun for all ages on this scenic Foyle trek for our annual Mood Walk! We are so incredibly overwhelmed and thankful to the number of people that show up every year to help us raise money for AWARE at this special event, enabling us to continue the work and support we give to those living with depression and bi-polar. Last year we had over 600 people, adults and children, participate. Wow! And this year we are so excited to see some familiar faces and hopefully some new ones!
Dates:
08 September 2019
Londonderry/Derry
Event
Fundraiser

AWARE

Join us for this fantastic day of family fun for all ages for our annual Mood Walk! We are so incredibly overwhelmed and thankful to the number of people that show up every year to help us raise money for AWARE at this special event, enabling us to continue the work and support we give to those living with depression and bi-polar. Last year we had over 600 people, adults and children, participate. Wow! And this year we are so excited to see some familiar faces and hopefully some new ones!
Dates:
08 September 2019
Omagh
Volunteering

Befriending Volunteers - Belfast, Bangor, Kilkeel

Mindwise

Belfast
Event
Art & Culture Conference Launch

Belfast Healthy Cities

Following on from the success of the WHO International Healthy Cities Conference, Changing Cities to Change the World, Celebrating thirty years of the Healthy Cites movement, held last week in Belfast, we are delighted to announce the Belfast Healthy Cities, ‘Healthy City’ 2018 awards.  There are four award categories, Promoting Health Equity; Healthy Places; Healthy Living and Engaging for Change. The call for entry is open until 5.00pm Monday 12 November 2018. Further information and to submit an online application visit https://awards.belfasthealthycities.com/ The awards will be presented at a high profile ceremony in Belfast on Tuesday 11 December 2018.
Dates:
02 - 12 November 2018
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

Valuing the combined lived experience of mental health and professional knowledge we co-produce courses to improve the wellbeing of people in the community of Belfast. Recovery College students include service users, families, friends, carers, staff and those with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. A peer educator with lived experience of mental health and a staff educator with knowledge of the subject area facilitate the workshops. The Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol!
Dates:
02 October 2019 09 October 2019 16 October 2019 23 October 2019 30 October 2019 06 November 2019 13 November 2019 20 November 2019
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

Valuing the combined lived experience of mental health and professional knowledge we co-produce courses to improve the wellbeing of people in the community of Belfast. Recovery College students include service users, families, friends, carers, staff and those with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. A peer educator with lived experience of mental health and a staff educator with knowledge of the subject area facilitate the workshops. The Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol!
Dates:
14 October 2019
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

This practical workshop is for anyone who wishes to develop themselves personally and professionally. The time is spent reflecting on how far you have travelled in your journey by sharing stories and experiences that may inspire and encourage hope and opportunity. Participants will work through a step by step guide on mapping out their goal(s) and leave with a plan that will help in reaching those goals. (Duration of course: 3 hrs)
Dates:
23 September 2019
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

Valuing the combined lived experience of mental health and professional knowledge we co-produce courses to improve the wellbeing of people in the community of Belfast. Recovery College students include service users, families, friends, carers, staff and those with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. A peer educator with lived experience of mental health and a staff educator with knowledge of the subject area facilitate the workshops. The Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol!
Dates:
12 November 2019
Belfast
Event

Belfast Recovery College

Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) otherwise known as autism, affects 1.1% of the population in Northern Ireland. ASC is a developmental condition and will be present throughout a person’s lifespan. Many individuals are now receiving a diagnosis in adulthood due to improved awareness of the condition and improved access to assessment services. This session will consider specifically, the adult experience of ASC; dispel the negative stereotypes of ASC; and highlight the value that individuals with the condition can bring to the world. A professional practitioner will explain the clinical features of ASC, which include difficulties with social communication, repetitive behaviours and restricted interests. A peer educator who received an adult diagnosis will reflect on what life has been like having the condition without knowing. The experience of the assessment process and post-diagnostic journey will be discussed. Supports available to adults with ASC (within the Belfast Trust area) and their families and carers will be identified. (Duration of course: 2 hrs)
Dates:
20 September 2019
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

Valuing the combined lived experience of mental health and professional knowledge we co-produce courses to improve the wellbeing of people in the community of Belfast. Recovery College students include service users, families, friends, carers, staff and those with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. A peer educator with lived experience of mental health and a staff educator with knowledge of the subject area facilitate the workshops. The Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol!
Dates:
21 October 2019
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

Valuing the combined lived experience of mental health and professional knowledge we co-produce courses to improve the wellbeing of people in the community of Belfast. Recovery College students include service users, families, friends, carers, staff and those with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. A peer educator with lived experience of mental health and a staff educator with knowledge of the subject area facilitate the workshops. The Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol!
Dates:
21 October 2019
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

Valuing the combined lived experience of mental health and professional knowledge we co-produce courses to improve the wellbeing of people in the community of Belfast. Recovery College students include service users, families, friends, carers, staff and those with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. A peer educator with lived experience of mental health and a staff educator with knowledge of the subject area facilitate the workshops. The Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol
Dates:
10 September 2019
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

Valuing the combined lived experience of mental health and professional knowledge we co-produce courses to improve the wellbeing of people in the community of Belfast. Recovery College students include service users, families, friends, carers, staff and those with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. A peer educator with lived experience of mental health and a staff educator with knowledge of the subject area facilitate the workshops. The Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol!
Dates:
04 November 2019
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

Valuing the combined lived experience of mental health and professional knowledge we co-produce courses to improve the wellbeing of people in the community of Belfast. Recovery College students include service users, families, friends, carers, staff and those with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. A peer educator with lived experience of mental health and a staff educator with knowledge of the subject area facilitate the workshops. The Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol!
Dates:
14 November 2019 15 November 2019
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

WRAP is a self management tool, designed to support people to understand and manage their mental health. WRAP can be used to help support people deal with challenging situations. This course will assist you to identify what wellness tools work best for you and help you establish your own personalised Wellness Recovery Action Plan. (Duration of course: 2 days)
Dates:
05 - 06 September 2019
Belfast
Organisation
VCSE
BREATHE YOGA provides access to the practice of inclusive, adaptive, affordable transformative yoga and wellness classes in diverse locations, creating access to yoga for many that would otherwise not be unable to attend a class. We at Breathe Yoga believe that physical, mental, emotional and interpersonal wellbeing are the foundations of a healthy and productive community. We believe that wellness practices are beneficial to everyone, and should be accessible to everyone.
Brighten up Blue Monday
News

AWARE

Blue Monday is the term given to what has been claimed to be the most depressing day of the year. It usually falls on the third Monday of January, which is 15 January this year.
Event
Training/Advice

Trainsafe UK

The aim of the duty to provide independent advocacy is to enable people who have substantial difficulty in being involved in these local authority processes to be supported in that involvement as fully as possible, and where necessary to be represented by an advocate who speaks on their behalf.
Dates:
22 November 2019 04 December 2019
Moira
Event
Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

Inspire

Inspire Wellbeing, Action Mental Health, the Patient Client Council and the Department of Health are hosting a series of consultation workshops relating to the Department's upcoming mental health action plan.
Dates:
21 - 25 October 2019
L'Derry/Dungannon/Belfast
Job | Part Time

Deputy Manager

Wee Chicks Fitness CIC

£18,200 pro rata - £10 per hour
Belfast
Volunteering

Guitar Group Leader - Magherafelt

Mindwise

Belfast
Event
Conference

Business in the Community

Good mental health is the most important aspect to a person’s physical and emotional wellbeing. In partnership with the Public Health Agency, our annual Healthy Working Lives conference will explore mental health at work and how to create a healthy workplace culture for better mental health.
Dates:
13 March 2019
Belfast
Organisation
Other

6 Mitre Passage
London
SE10 0ER
United Kingdom

Livability is the disability charity that connects people with their communities. We tackle social isolation and the barriers that can cause this in the lives of disabled and vulnerable people. Through a wide range of disability, education, training and community services, we promote inclusion and wellbeing for all. Together, we work to see people take part, contribute and be valued. We put the elements in place that all add up to connected lives and communities.
Organisation
Other

6 Mitre Passage
London
SE10 0ER
United Kingdom

Livability is the disability charity that connects people with their communities. We tackle social isolation and the barriers that can cause this in the lives of disabled and vulnerable people. Through a wide range of disability, education, training and community services, we promote inclusion and wellbeing for all. Together, we work to see people take part, contribute and be valued. We put the elements in place that all add up to connected lives and communities.
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Recovery College

Valuing the combined lived experience of mental health and professional knowledge we co-produce courses to improve the wellbeing of people in the community of Belfast. Recovery College students include service users, families, friends, carers, staff and those with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. A peer educator with lived experience of mental health and a staff educator with knowledge of the subject area facilitate the workshops. The Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol!
Dates:
20 November 2019
Belfast
Event
Online / Virtual Training/Advice Workshop

Lear Training

Friends, family, teachers, youth workers, teammates etc. can be the first point of contact for many people suffer mental ill-health. ‘Don’t Avoid It’ is a bottom-up approach and about giving you the skills to observe, assess and refer.
Dates:
01 July 2020 02 July 2020
Lisburn
Mental health awareness
News

The Jungle NI

Look after the mental health of your staff, volunteers and clients with new mental health away days in conjunction with AWARE NI
Organisation
Other

30a Duneane Road
Toome
BT41 3PP
United Kingdom

Clinical Hypnotherapy services tailored to suit your individual needs. At the heart of your needs, supporting you through the challenges you face.
Volunteering

Peer Support Volunteers - Family Wellness and Mums Wellness Projects - Enniskillen

Mindwise

Belfast