Tuesday, 23 March 2021

ARCHES Recovery Week (online by Zoom all week!)

There is an interesting online Recovery Week taking place this week through our local mental health services in community healthcare east and we’d like to share the programme with you which has many online events and workshops across a range of topics supportive of wellbeing includes workshops on healthy food, mindfulness and much more.

It is being run collaboratively through ARCHES Recovery Education and other organisations are contributing including Gateway. Take a look at the programme and if you see anything interesting you need to email or phone to register for a place. Phone number: 0873429922 Email: info@archesrecovery.ie

Gateway has a introductory workshop today from 4.10pm to 4.40pm for us to talk about what we do as a member and peer led social support project. If any members want to join this Zoom session to help share information and connect with others, please let us know as we would love for everyone to be involved who would like to!

 

Warm regards,

Fionn


ARCHES Recovery Week Programme by Gateway Project on Scribd

 
For the latest ARCHES newsletter with information on a range of free online programmes see here:



ARCHES Newsletter 1 by Gateway Project on Scribd

Friday, 26 February 2021

Moving beyond Stigma - Online Course

 


The Dublin North, North East Recovery College in collaboration with Dublin DDLETB and Healthy Ireland invite you to attend

 

Moving Beyond Stigma

 

Weekly Online Course

 

How respond to stigma is an important part of mental Health Recovery, this workshop explores how we can work with prejudicial views and move beyond limiting self beliefs.

 

On this Course, Students will explore:

 

-Recognising and overcoming self stigma

-Different contexts where Stigma occurs

-Responding to prejudice

-How does Stigma take shape

-Reframing Stigma

-Space for healthy self expression

 

 

Course start date: Monday March 15th from 2 -5 pm

 

 

Format: Six weekly three hour sessions

Venue: Online.

 

Set Up Instructions for Zoom or Phone available on application

 

To apply contact DNNE Recovery College @:

recoverycollege@dcu.ieor leave a message on 01 7007907




Thursday, 25 February 2021

Understanding Anxiety Webinar

 


Understanding Anxiety [Free Webinar]


 About this Event

 

Occasional anxiety is an expected part of life. But anxiety disorders involve more than temporary worry. An accessible guide to understanding what causes anxiety disorders and the types of anxiety, their symptoms, common misconceptions, and how relationships are impacted. Discuss co-occurring disorders, treatment options, and learn practical tips for managing symptoms and helping others with a licensed therapist.

 

About the instructor: Mary Kate Leister, LMSW, holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of Missouri-Columbia. In her career as a therapist and social worker, Mary Kate has worked with people experiencing a broad range of challenges including homelessness, human trafficking, addiction, and mental illness.

 

Currently she serves as a paediatric social worker and co-chairs an anti-human trafficking task force. Mary Kate is passionate about ending the stigma surrounding mental illnesses and building stronger communities. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, movies, and photography.

 

Register at www.eventbright.com


Nutrition & Mood

 




About this Event


Date And Time

Thu, March 4, 2021

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM GMT

 

 

Nutrition and Mood

 

It’s a challenging time for everyone. All our lives have changed. Lockdown may have resulted in decreased motivation and a slip in our general healthy habits. Eating and living well is vital for supporting both our mental and physical well-being, and we need to look out for ourselves now more than ever.

Recently, there is much interest in the role that our diet can play in our mood and mental health. Join registered Dietitian Carisa Sheridan as she discusses if ‘mood boosting’ foods really exist, what role our gut health has, and how what we eat and how we eat can play an important role on our mood, mind and overall well-being.

To Register: Go to eventbright.com

Managing your Mental Health During Covid

 



Wednesday, 24 February 2021

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