Relatives/Friends education programme – apply now Aware’s education programme for relatives of, or individuals who care about, someone who is experiencing depression or bipolar disorder begins again in Dublin and Cork in February 2017. Dublin – Carmelite Centre, Aungier St, D2 | Mondays February 20th, 27th, March 6th and 13th | 7.30pm-9.00pm Cork – Bessborough… Read more »
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January Lecture: Listen back to Dr. Claire Hayes Dr. Claire Hayes, Clinical Director with Aware and clinical psychologist with over 25 years’ experience, presented the January lecture in the Aware Lecture Series 2017. Her presentation on ‘Patience, Kindness and Understanding in the face of depression and anxiety’ is now available to listen back. In the… Read more »
Reception 7pm. Resilience lecture by Bishop Diarmuid Martin at 7.30pm. Followed by Q&A, interviewed by Patsy McGarry, Religious Affairs Correspondent for The Irish Times.
ESB partner with Aware to assist nationwide rollout of Life Skills programme for Transition Year students.
Aware’s free CBT-based Life Skills programmes are now open for registration.
Aware will offer free-of-charge supports and positive mental health options that you can avail of in 2017. Take a look and put some dates in your diary.
Rev Jack Finnegan, a Salesian priest, lecturer at All Hallows College and associate professor at Milltown Institute, Dublin, will present: Spirituality and Mental Health in Winter Time
It’s International Volunteer Day. Apply to become a trained Aware volunteer. We are now recruiting for four support services.
Harbour 2 Harbour walk – 17 March 2017 Event details: The 12th annual Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk takes place on St. Patrick’s Day, Friday March 17th.The Harbour2Harbour Walk takes participants along a scenic route around Dublin Bay. You can walk from Howth to Dun Laoghaire OR Dun Laoghaire to Howth. A total of 26km! Once you… Read more »
Hell and Back – 17 & 18 June Event details: HELL & BACK, Ireland’s Toughest Mental & Physical Endurance Challenge, is the country’s largest and most popular obstacle course run. Participants must complete a 10-15KM trail route crossing rivers and lakes, climbing hills and mountains and crawling through bogs and swamps. To survive, you must… Read more »
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