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
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Captain Isa Nacewa and team mates have officially launched the 11th annual Aware Christmas Run, which takes place in the Phoenix Park, Dublin on Saturday December 10th next.
Professor Mark Morgan PhD, Cregan Professor of Education & Psychology at St Patrick’s College will present:Resilience as a Way through Adversity: Recent Developments in Research
To celebrate Leinster rugby’s new charity partners, Aware and Debra Ireland, JWT are offering a unique experience. Text LEINSTER to 50300 to donate €4 and you could be a lucky winner.
Leinster will be extending the partnership to two seasons for the first time. As a result the partnership will run until the end of the 2017/18 season.
Aware is now recruiting volunteer Support Group Facilitators for weekly depression & bipolar support meetings in 11 counties.
‘Is social anxiety getting you down?’ will be presented by Odhran McCarthy, Senior Clinical Psychologist & Founder / Director of Social Anxiety Ireland, Mater Hospital
will provide the space for the caller to be heard in an empathic and non-judgemental manner and will explore helpful options that are available to them.
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.
Dr. Patrick McKeon, Consultant Psychiatrist, will present “Bipolar Disorder: what it is and what to do”.
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