positive mental health

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Poster
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Lear Training

Awareness and referral training supported by poster that can be individualised launches in January.
8/10 students report improvement in confidence thanks to Lidl Northern Ireland Sport for Good programme
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LK Communications

Retailer’s pioneering mental health initiative for secondary schools returns for a second year as evaluation data reveals the positive impact of programme for young people across the region
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Online / Virtual Workshop

Counselling All Nations Services (CANS)

CANS would like to invite you to online workshop on the Mental Health awareness workshop for people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities in Northern Ireland.
Dates:
30 March 202101 April 202106 April 202108 April 202113 April 202115 April 202120 April 202122 April 202127 April 202129 April 202104 May 2021
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VCSE

5 Wellesley Avenue
Belfast
BT9 6DG
United Kingdom

Over 200 volunteers drawn from across the community and from all walks of life come together to support the people of our community whenever they need us. Since 1961, Samaritans has served the people of Greater Belfast and beyond. We're open every day - 24/7 by phone, email and text. Our door opens 9am-10pm every day of the year.
Year eight and nine students at Antrim Grammar received a series of workshops earlier this week, delivered by Co. Antrim Olympic runner, Michael McKillop MBE. Pictured (L-R) alongside Michael McKillop MBE are Macy Raphael and Jake Irvine. Racing to the finish line (L-R) are Oliver Dean, Claire Suffern, Caleb Whiteway, Leona Nelson, Louis Onion.
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LK Communications

Olympic runner Michael McKillop MBE delivers mental health workshops to pupils across County Antrim with Lidl Northern Ireland and Youth Sport Trust.
Students at Mount Lourdes Grammar School were among the first to receive the series of workshops earlier this week, delivered by Olympic steeplechaser Kerry O’Flaherty. Pictured alongside Lidl Northern Ireland Sport for Good mentor Kerry O’Flaherty are Mount Lourdes Grammar School pupils Grace Connolly, Orlagh Kelly, Eden Davis, Grainne Gallagher, Ava Hennessy and Maille Hennessy.
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LK Communications

Olympic steeplechaser Kerry O’Flaherty with Lidl Northern Ireland and Youth Sport Trust delivers mental health workshops to pupils across County Fermanagh.
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Workshop

Advice NI

Do you live in the Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council area or work with groups in the area? Would you like to know a bit more about how to manage your money during these difficult times? Join one or all of the free, independent information sessions being delivered in your area by a professional adviser. These sessions are part of the Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council funded project to support those in the ABC area to manage money and debt in the cost of living crisis. The sessions are available to anyone living in the Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council area.
Dates:
27 April 2023
Lurgan
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Seminar Workshop

Positive Steps Outdoors C.I.C.

Positive Steps Outdoors is a local social enterprise that promotes positive mental and physical health by connecting people to our majestic upland, moorland and forested environments, and each other. Our green therapy event is in collaboration with Aware NI, Northern Ireland Chest Heart and Stroke, British Mountaineering Council, the Wellbeing Pathway, Belfast Hills Partnership and Mourne Heritage Trust, with the support of our patron ex boxer Carl Frampton. We will spend the morning at the Ormeau Baths in Belfast city centre exploring mental and physical health challenges in communities and businesses, the value of improved mental and physical health and the role that green therapy plays before a walk in the Belfast Hills to put it into practice.
Dates:
19 May 2023
Belfast, County Antrim
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Outdoor Activity

Positive Steps Outdoors C.I.C.

Positive Steps Outdoors have an upcoming green therapy programme for this spring and summer, focusing on promoting positive mental health through nature walks with mindfulness-based coaching. Here are the key details: • Programme Structure: Half-day midweek and full-day weekend events offer flexibility. • Dates and Locations: Various scenic locations including Divis and Black Mountains, Donard Forest, Tollymore Forest Park, Mournes area and more with events from May to Sep 24. • Accessibility: Suitable for all fitness levels, no prior experience required. • Equipment Loaned: We can provide equipment as part of the fee for hassle-free walks.
Dates:
10 May - 28 September 2024
Hillsborough
Organisation
VCSE

49 Market Square South
County Down
BT28 1AD
United Kingdom

Mental health support Charity, providing a place for those feeling isolated and alone.
Event
Online / Virtual Training/Advice Workshop

Orla McDade Life Therapy & Coaching

Join me for this exclusive 4 week Programme (online) focusing on YOU. Learn how to 👇 🌟 Set healthy boundaries 🌟 Make yourself priority 🌟 Say “No” when needed - it’s a full sentence on its own 😉 🌟Reduce feelings of overwhelm & burn-out Each session will also include my signature blissful blend of guided visualization & light hypnotic rest to recharge you in mind & body. Starts THURSDAY 17TH NOVEMBER 7PM (1hr 15mins duration) for 4weeks
Dates:
17 November - 08 December 2022
Job | Part Time

Skills Coach General - Part Time

Action Mental Health

£25,865 to £27,847 pro rata, per annum
Portadown
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Conference

Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB NI)

You are invited to join us for the closing celebration of the Need to Talk Project. Launched in 2017, the Need to Talk project is coming to a close. RNIB and NCBI (National Council of Blind Ireland) want to invite those who helped deliver the project, fund the project and who took part in the project, to come together to look at the highlights and success of the initiative and to celebrate its legacy. The event will take place on Thursday, 28 September in the Clayton Hotel, Belfast. Starting at 11am, speakers will include representatives of the project, as well as participants and recipients of the Need to Talk counselling and confidence building courses. The event will conclude at 1pm with lunch. We would like to welcome as many Need to Talk participants as we can; people who availed of the counselling service or took part in the many Living Well With Sight Loss courses. We would also like to invite anyone with an interest in mental health and counselling.
Dates:
28 September 2023
Belfast
From left, Aine Wallace, Lord Lieutenant David McCorkell, Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey Cllr Billy Webb, Liz Brown, Danny Kinahan, John Conaghan
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Excalibur Press

Ahead of mental health awareness week next week, Northern Irish social enterprise Fresh Minds Education celebrated the launch of Connections: Operation Link Life, a training session that aims to raise awareness of mental health and suicide prevention for
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Training/Advice Workshop

The Hummingbird Project

This training up-skills its participants to understand emotional wellbeing and build resilience for their own mental health. It discusses a range of topics including stigma, signs and symptoms of mental ill health, coping strategies, engaging with others about mental health, supports, and self-care. Our mission is to take the mental health struggle out of the shadows and support organisations to engage with their staff and clients to improve their emotional wellbeing.
Dates:
30 January 201927 February 201919 March 2019
Portstewart
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Outdoor Activity

Woodland Trust Northern Ireland

Grab your mat and join us for Woodland Yoga in Burntollet Wood, Faughan Valley.
Dates:
01 July 2023
Londonderry