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 »
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New Perinatal Support Group Postnatal depression is now called perinatal depression because it is recognised that many women experience depression during pregnancy as well as after the birth of their child. Perinatal refers to the period during pregnancy and one year after birth. This group is a peer support group aiming to help new and… Read more »
Registration Opens 27th March 2017 Life Skills online is a FREE educational programme from Aware which is delivered online. With the help of a series of easy-to-follow modules and support from a trained Aware volunteer, you can learn how to manage feelings of stress, worry, anxiety or depression, and learn simple and practical skills to help cope… Read more »
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.
It’s International Volunteer Day. Apply to become a trained Aware volunteer. We are now recruiting for four support services.
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
View full job details here and apply for this position before December 1st via IrishJobs.ie
Aware encourages people to contact them for support and information. Freephone 1800 80 48 48 to talk confidentially* to an Aware-trained volunteer.
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