Have you felt that your depression has affected your everyday social, educational or work activities? Would you like to participate in research to help determine how effective depression treatments are in improving everyday difficulties? A research team at University of Limerick hope to conduct a study to determine the feasibility of online depression treatments to… Read more »
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Cadbury And IRFU To Host Touch Rugby Blitz In Aid Of Aware First ever #BoostYourAwareness Touch Rugby Blitz, which will take place on Friday, May 19 at Lansdowne Rugby Club. It’s a day to highlight and raise awareness about looking after your mental health and how exercise can play a role. Not only will teams… Read more »
We need More Understanding and Awareness of Bipolar Disorder on World Bipolar Day In Ireland, it is estimated that 45,000 people experience bipolar disorder According to the World Health Organization, bipolar disorder is the 6th leading cause of disability in the world Aware’s message is one of hope…. Read more »
Aware charity partners Leinster Rugby have officially launched the 12th annual Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk which takes place on St. Patrick’s Day, Friday March 17th next. The event promises a great day out for families or groups of friends, and it is also ideal for anyone looking for a solo challenge. Online registration is available now: http://bit.ly/2m3n702 … Read more »
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 »
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 »
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.
The Independent published a 5 step tutorial in November about managing stress and fostering positive mental health written by Dr Claire Hayes, Aware Clinical Director and Author
Dublin Marathon – 29 October 2017 To register go to: http://sseairtricitydublinmarathon.ie/enter-marathon/ You can set up your fundraising page at https://give.everydayhero.com/ie/get-started or contact Aware at firstname.lastname@example.org for a sponsorship pack.
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