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  • FAI ROI squad get behind Green Ribbon campaign | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    O Neill said The team and I are very proud to get behind this campaign Wearing the green ribbon during the month of May is a simple way to show our support for the campaign and leave the door open for a conversation about mental health Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma Research Get Help News and Events See

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  • News and Events | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership | Page 9
    Change Coming to a campus near you MadCraic comedy show Kanchi Ability Cafe Series I See a Darkness screening DIFE Previous 1 7 8 9 10 11 29 Next Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma Research Get Help News and Events See Change Workp Mental Health in The Green Ribbon Walk in My Shoes See Change in yo World

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  • Newstalk Global Village: DFB talk mental health | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    and their own mental health on the job Listen here Join presenter Dil Wickremasinghe and Caroline McGuigan from Suicide or Survive for the See Change Feel Good slot every Saturday from 8pm and let s get talking about mental health http www newstalk ie globalvillage Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma Research Get Help News and Events See Change

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  • Gary’s Videoblog Countdown to 127k Wicklow Way Race | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    127k Wicklow Way Race Thursday March 13th 2014 12 17 See Change ambassador Gary Seery is getting his mind and body prepared to run the Wicklow Way Race all 127kms in May 2014 to help promote and raise awareness for the Green Ribbon Campaign 2014 We ll be joining Gary along the way with this series of video blogs as he shares his training updates chats about the mental health benefits of running and where his head is at Video blog 1 2 Early start for the Donadea 50k and 3 the aftermath Video blog 4 and 5 Getting some headspace in Howth Video blog 6 Listen to your body Video blog 7 and 8 Tackling the Wicklow Way 50k Ultra Marathon You can catch up with Gary over on his blog https www facebook com ultragary Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma Research Get Help News and Events See Change Workp Mental Health in The Green Ribbon Walk in My Shoes See Change in yo World Mental Hea South Tipperary Our Initiatives Irish football s News from the Pl Dublin Park ing Time to Talk Clo Green Ribbon

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  • Youth panel member Siobhan attends Linking Our Thinking event | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    online groups personal support groups email and a helpline Dublin Comhairle na nóg a local youth council which allows young people to voice their opinions in local services and policies They recently launched a DVD called Dare To Talk focusing on mental health Headstrong and organisations that advocates at a national and local level for the right of young people to access better mental health supports and a change in the way Ireland thinks about youth mental health Reachout ie a website which is dedicated to talking the mystery out of mental health and provide mental health information and inspiring real life stories by young people with the aim of helping other young people get through tough times See Change is national programme working to change minds about mental health problems in Ireland SpunOut ie a website which is created by young people for young people and promotes general wellbeing and healthy living to enable young people to live happy healthy lives where they can build a bright future for themselves by availing of all opportunities presented to them YES Youth Empowerment Service a programme which provides opportunities and training for communities and system transformation as well as direct support groups and leadership opportunities for young people at risk of in or emancipating out of the system services Linking our thinking provided a place for young people to come together and share ideas work together and learn about other organizations Each organization made a presentation which focused on a campaign that they were involved with in 2013 which was a success Gavin and I had the privilege of making a presentation on behalf of See Change and despite being slightly unprepared me more so than Gavin we managed to inform people about the green ribbon campaign which allowed further discussion

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  • Chats for Change Blogs | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    your friend be happy to hear from you they might even empathise and express a similar feeling or worry This kind of confiding is cyclic and contagious and lovely and leads to everyone feeling better Every time I have gone to a friend and said something along the lines of here I ve not been feeling great lately do you have a minute to talk I have been greeted with nothing less than warmth and comfort Sometimes I don t even want a DMC but to admit to someone that there s something on my mind or that I feel crappy is enough to make me feel better If you do have that feeling of burdening your friends with your worries then worry not Soon you will be their go to when they need a hand and so continues the happy cycle of talking out your concerns together It can be intimidating to start a dialogue with someone when you haven t had openness with them before but sometimes all it takes is a chat to change how you feel Evan UCD graduate My name is Evan Heritage I am 23 years of age and I have recently graduated from UCD where I studied Science Like so many Irish people in their teens I loved sports but after a slew of injuries and one pretty serious health scare I was told I would no longer be able to take part in competitive team sports This was a bit of a hit I have to admit I had only just started getting into rugby and I had been looking forward to playing in university I was going into a new environment and I thought it was going to be that much harder to meet people without having that stalwart and almost guaranteed team camaraderie to rely on to make new friends However I got lucky with Science my second choice on the CAO It is genuinely a great school to be a part of not too big like Arts where an individual can get lost in the crowd but large enough that there is always something going on My first year was pretty quiet I got a new girlfriend and became part of a really great close knit group of friends It was a great way to start off college especially considering how tough and lonely university life can be for some However I was still missing that unique feeling you get from being part of a team the feeling of working with a group of people who all want the same thing and are all trying their best to achieve it From the start of second year I started to get involved in welfare driven campaigns on campus because I thought I understood how things like depression and mental stress can affect people and for the most part I had managed to avoid any serious problems of my own and wanted to help My interest was particularly drawn by the

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  • Whats going on for Mental Health Week 2013? | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    SafeTALK Borris Hall Borris 6 30 10pm Carlow Mensana Fest Sporting Your Mental Health Presentation College Carlow Town 7 30pm Carlow Mensana Fest Workshop Gratitude Rainbow Room 7pm Limerick Mental Health Association Wellness Information Day The Crescent Shopping Centre Dooradoyle Limerick 11am 4pm Limerick Mental Health Association Mindful Poems Open Mic Event The White House O Connell Street Limerick 9 30pm 11pm West Limerick Mental Health Association Laughter Yoga Desmond Complex 7pm Ennis Mental Health Association Dynamics of Bullying Templegate Hotel 7 30 8 30 PCI College Positive Psychology the new science of well being PCI College 7 Burgh Quay Dublin 2 6 30 7 30pm PCI College Talk Therapy can be a potent medicine The Gresham MacCurtain Street Cork 6 30 7 30pm PCI College Building Resilience Survival Strategies for Modern Life Clarion Hotel Steamboat Quay Limerick 6 30 7 30pm PCI College Adolescent Mental Health and Family Communication The widening Culture Gap Butler House Patrick Street Kilkenny 6 30 7 30pm PCI College Relationships Mental Health Radisson Blu Northgate Street Athlone 6 30 7 30pm Aware Depression A Proactive Approach free public lecture College of Medicine Health Brookfield Health Sciences Complex ROOM BHSC GO1 UCC College Road Cork 7 30 9 00pm Aware Aware Research Symposium Lecture Theatre Swift Centre St Patrick s Hospital James s St D8 7 30pm GROW Drop in for a chat and a cuppa Gorey Family Resource Centre 10am 12pm GROW Managing Stress Gorey Family Resource Centre 7 30pm Irish Association of Suicidology International Suicide Prevention Conference City Hotel Derry Londonderry UCCSU and UCC Health Matters UCC Health Matters Day UCC St Patrick s Mental Health Services RECORD Remix Dylan Tighe Phoenix Room St Patrick s University Hospital 6 30pm to 8 00pm Thur 10th October Carlow Mensana Fest Zumba Gold for the over 65s Rainbow Room 11am Carlow Mensana Fest Food For Friendship with Carlow Integration Forum Rainbow Cafe Carlow Town 1 3pm Carlow Mensana Fest Holistic Night Rainbow Room 7pm Limerick Mental Health Association Mindful Men Exhibition Arena The Crescent Library Dooradoyle Limerick 7pm 9pm Limerick Mental Health Association Mad Hatters Tea Party Fancy Dress The Library Pub Denmark Street Limerick 9pm 2am West Limerick Mental Health Association World Mental Health Day Talks Desmond Complex 7pm Fusion Café Wexford Music Storytelling Poetry North Main Street Wexford 1 30pm Ennis Mental Health Association The Power of Peer Support Templegate Hotel 7 30 9 30pm Ennis Mental Health Association Mindfulness Templegate Hotel 7 30 9 30pm Gateway Project Wellness Recovery Action Plan 42 Manor Street Dublin 7 4 30pm PCI College Self esteem Mental Health How much is enough PCI College 7 Burgh Quay Dublin 2 6 30 7 30pm Eve Larine Treasure Hunt Donadea Woods 11 30am 2 00pm St Patrick s Mental Health Services See Change Box of Frogs St Patrick s University Hospital 6 30pm GROW Coffee Morning GROW Office 33 Henry Street Limerick 10 30am 12 30pm Fusion Cafe GROW An afternoon of music storytelling and poetry Fusion Cafe

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  • The power of the arts | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    changing nappies and doing housework In my own family like so many others in Ireland it has been hit hard by suicide and depression My father was diagnosed with clinical depression after he retired a few years ago and another close family member has suffered with anxiety alcohol addiction depression O C D an eating disorder with several suicide attempts over the years As a family member I felt very helpless and frustrated I decided to deviate from my usual comedy style and write a play that I felt could highlight these issues I truly believe that the only way situations with regard to mental health issues can improve is through talking and raising awareness thus helping to lift the stigma that unfortunately is still ever present in our country I had no experience or connections in the theatre industry so I decided to take a leap of faith and put my play on independently I borrowed the deposit from my parents booked the Civic Theatre in Tallaght put up a notice on crooked house for auditions and sat back and hoped for the best Lean On Me had its debut run in Loose End Studio s in the Civic Theatre Tallaght in May to a sold out audience each night All our profits were donated to Suicide or Survive whose support to my own family over the years has been invaluable The response to the play was overwhelming and as a result Causeway Productions decided that it needed a professional production And so I am going back to my roots The Northside of Dublin to the Sean O Casey Theatre East Wall for our second run from the thrd September in the lead up to Suicide Prevention Day I feel the perfect way to 3 7 mark such an

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