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  • South Tipperary Positive Mental Health Festival | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    art exhibition wall based personal quotations and live music by Majella and Jim The Mayor Pat English and other guest speakers gave insightful and in depth talks The launch was visited by people from all walks of life and different community groups The Festival is organised by a group from the South Tipperary Action Network S T A N with the support and involvement of many community organisations and groups The aim this year is to bring positive mental health and awareness to the forefront with a variety of community events during the 10 day festival One of the many highlights is the premier of The Dark Room a play written and directed by Catherine McVicker Wed 7th Thurs 8th at The White Memorial Theatre Also Art Hive and Cluain Training Enterprise Centre host Nest Space on Thurs 8th and Friday 9th Nest Space is a pop up event combining conversation and art where mental health awareness and information will be provided in a creative and enjoyable environment Indulge in the pamper area watch the demonstrations of the training offered by Cluain Centre trainees and Plant a Seed of Hope Get your dancing shoes on for a Céilí on Fri 9th at Hillview Sports Centre and on World Mental Health Day Saturday 10th Oct the South Tipperary Mental Health Consumer Panel will host Bright Side of the Arches a feel good event under the Arches of the Main Guard For more information please contact Festival PRO Rita on 087 095 5099 or rbourke2 gmail com or Festival Co ordinator Brigid on 087 9149494 Facebook South Tipperary Positive Mental Health Festival 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

    Original URL path: http://www.seechange.ie/south-tipperary-positive-mental-health-festival/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Irish football stars team up to get people talking about mental health | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    fans staff players and coaches This video was also played at half time in the Aviva It features Stephen McPhail Craig Sexton Stephanie Roche Shay Given urging Irish people to do the unthinkable and actually answer the question how are you in a bid to encourage open conversation about mental health You don t need to be an expert to start talking about mental health or have all the answers Sometimes the most helpful thing you can do is to let someone know that you are there for them and simply listen Talk but listen too Simply being there will mean a lot Take your lead from the person As a first step ask them how best you can help Avoid the clichés Phrases like Cheer up I m sure it ll pass and Pull yourself together definitely won t help Being open minded non judgemental and listening will Keep in touch There are lots of small ways of showing support Send a text or just ask someone how they are doing Don t just talk about mental health Just be yourself chat about everyday things as well Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be

    Original URL path: http://www.seechange.ie/irish-football-stars-team-up-to-get-people-talking-about-mental-health/ (2015-10-30)
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  • News from the Please Talk campaign: Puppies & Hubs on every campus | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    rare time and space for their own mental health The Please Talk Puppy Rooms will open its doors for quality puppy time on National College of Ireland NCISU Wed1st Oct NUI Maynooth Maynooth Students Union MSU Thur 2nd Oct National College of Art and Design NCAD Students Union Fri 3rd Oct Dublin City University DCU SU Mon 6th Oct Dundalk IT DkIT Students Union Tues 7th Oct Marino Institute Of Education MIE Students Union Wed 8th Oct Recruitment begins for Please Talk hubs on every campus These events coincide with an on campus drive to recruit students to become founders of your colleges Please Talk hub where you can design and launch engaging campaign and events on the theme of mental health and bring the Please Talk message to the college community Interested Email caoimhe pleasetalk ie Please Talk is a student led campaign to connect third level students to support services and to empower them to talk about their mental health Please Talk is run in association with See Change and funded by the National Office for Suicide Prevention www pleasetalk org Stigma Discrimination What is stigma The effect of stigma What can be done Why is a stigma

    Original URL path: http://www.seechange.ie/news-from-the-please-talk-campaign-puppies-hubs-on-every-campus/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Dublin Park(ing) Day 2014 – Conversation & the City | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    ing Day an annual worldwide experiment in reclaiming public space For a single day on street car parking spaces around the city were transformed into imaginative public spaces for everyone to enjoy The concept is intended to promote creativity civic engagement critical thinking unscripted social interactions generosity and play This year we used a real life Conversation Tree to get people in the city centre talking about mental health TXFM broadcast from the spot at no 130 St Stephens Green and provided the soundtrack for the day Inspired by the old Irish tradition of the wishing tree we asked passers by to stop and add their mental health messages to its branches People outside of Dublin also joined in the conversation by tweeting the team at seechangesorcha seechangescott or seechangeciara and to make sure their message was displayed on the tree too Click here to view Irish Times video footage of the event 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

    Original URL path: http://www.seechange.ie/dublin-parking-day-2014-conversation-the-city/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Time to Talk Clonmel sparks 950 conversations | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    host to a week long programme of fun activity aimed at bringing the community together on the subject of mental health and sparking discussion The pop up campaign hub took place in The Nest 27 28 Mitchell Street from the 29th July to the 1st of August This was a week for Clonmel by Clonmel We teamed up with a host of local organisations volunteers and community groups to stage a daily pop café and full programme of fun mental health themed events for the local community There was free tea and coffee served each day and everyone was invited to visit the café and join in the conversation Activities included story telling sessions laughing yoga art classes a table quiz and various talks by individual volunteers The café attracted many visitors over the four days and sparked a total number of 950 conversations on 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.seechange.ie/time-to-talk-clonmel-sparks-950-conversations-about-mental-health/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Green Ribbon 2014 Impact Report released | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    campaign Download Green Ribbon 2014 Impact Report Among the key findings from Millward Brown Landsdowne was that a growing number of Irish adults have been hearing conversations about mental health among family friends and at work since the Green Ribbon campaign 7 in 10 say they now feel more comfortable in having a conversation about mental health 66 say the Green Ribbon campaign has encouraged them to start conversations about mental health 62 have been hearing conversations about mental health among family and friends since the campaign up from 52 in 2013 53 have been hearing mental health conversations in their workplaces since the campaign up from 44 in 2013 Launching See Change s Green Ribbon Impact Report Director John Saunders said These findings on how the simple Green Ribbon symbol prompted increased discussion of mental health paint an inspiring picture of towns and communities across Ireland embracing more open attitudes to their own and others mental health He continued We are especially encouraged by the increase in conversations in Irish workplaces Strong leadership and initiatives by our partners at Ibec Deloitte Hewlett Packard and others as part of the Green Ribbon campaign can have an impact on what remains one of the last taboos between employees and colleagues Here s how one simple ribbon achieved 1 6 million conversations about mental health 1 201 783 was the potential reach of national media pieces alone of a total of 149 media pieces including 75 ambassador stories 116 484 conversations started by volunteers and supporters who organised 282 community events and initiatives 112 951 Green Ribbon promo materials distributed nationwide 103 484 conversations started by See Change partner organisations who organised 116 Green Ribbon events and intiatives 58 083 online conversations 31 380 conversations started in workplaces where 107 Green Ribbon

    Original URL path: http://www.seechange.ie/green-ribbon-2014-impact-report-released/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Become a See Change volunteer | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    training workshops across the country for volunteers and anyone interested in getting a conversation going about mental health The volunteer training workshops will cover Mental health stigma and Irish attitudes The most effective ways to challenge stigma and get people talking Starting a conversation about mental health Developing your own stigma challenging ideas projects and initiatives Running events that will get your community talking about mental health Ways of lending a hand with the See Change campaign Developing your local action plan for Green Ribbon month 2014 Email volunteer seechange ie to book your place at the following training dates Saturday January 18th 12 4pm St Michael s Family Life Centre Church Hill Sligo Saturday February 1st 12 4pm Shine Office 14a Washington Street Cork Saturday February 8th 12 4pm Shine Office 11 O Connor Square Tullamore Saturday February 15th 12 4pm Shine Office 38 Blessington Street Dublin 7 Saturday March 1st 12 4pm Shine Office Unit 31 Terryland House Terryland Retail Park Headford Road Galway 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

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  • Silver Linings Playbook @First Fortnight 2014 | SeeChange | The National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership
    film theatre and visual arts events staged to create open discussion and understanding of mental health problems and challenge prejudice and discrimination Check out the full programme of events here http firstfortnight ie whats on This year See Change and First Fortnight in association with Access Cinema are bringing conversation of mental health to the movies with various screenings of the brilliant Silver Linings Playbook Nominated for eight Oscars including Best Picture Silver Linings Playbook has been praised as the film that finally saw Hollywood understand mental health problems Bradley Cooper stars as Pat a man struggling to cope with daily life following his release from a psychiatric facility He meets a troubled young widow Tiffany played by Jennifer Lawrence and the film documents their developing relationship Robert De Niro and Jacki Weaver co star in an incredibly moving movie that sheds light on bipolar disorder A post show discussion will follow all seven screenings as First Fortnight travels to regional towns and cities for the first time The topic up for discussion is How has film shaped your attitude to mental health If Silver Linings Playbook was the film that got mental health problems right then what has been the effect of all those that got it wrong Book your tickets here Jan 4 3 30pm Silver Linings Playbook Irish Film Institute Dublin book now Jan 9 6pm Silver Linings Playbook Triskel Christchurch Cork book now Jan 8 7 30pm Silver Linings Playbook Limerick Arts Encounter Limerick book now Jan 12 7pm Silver Linings Playbook Garter Lane Arts Centre Waterford book now Jan 14 11am Silver Linings Playbook Dunamaise Arts Centre Portlaoise book now Jan 14 7 30pm Silver Linings Playbook Mermaid Arts Centre Bray book now Jan 16 7 30pm Silver Linings Playbook Riverbank Arts Centre Newbridge book

    Original URL path: http://www.seechange.ie/silver-linings-playbook-first-fortnight-2014/ (2015-10-30)
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