takes place on St. Patrick’s Day and this year it’s going national with events in Dublin, Cork and Galway.
Donnybrook support group is cancelled this week as the venue is being used as a Polling station. Normal schedule will resume next week.
The Petermarkathon campaign raised an incredible €60,000 for Aware’s Beat the Blues positive mental health programme for teenagers.
Dr Claire Hayes suggests three important things to consider when trying to ‘be there’ for your friend who is experiencing depression or self-harming.
This past week alone over 800 people across 27 locations nationwide started Aware’s free CBT based Life Skills programme.
the owner of well-loved brands including Cadbury today signed a three year partnership with Aware to raise funds for Aware initiatives including Beat the Blues.
Aware’s Director of Services Bríd O’Meara gives 15 insights on how to beat those January blues.
is Aware’s 2016 theme to highlight the fact that mental health issues do not mean an automatic life sentence and that many thousands of people survive experiences with depression or bipolar.
Aware has lots of interesting information, support and positive mental health options that you can access in 2016. Take a look and put some dates in your diary.
Cycle 416 miles through 10 counties over 7 days to help fund support services for people who experience depression or bipolar disorder.