Category: Meath

Meath Courses – Summer 2019

Dear Friends in the Meath Area.

 
The DNNE Recovery College are  delighted to announce our Summer course schedule for the Meath area.
Our courses are open to everyone in the community including people overcoming mental health distress, family members, friends and mental health professionals.
Course Arrangements (MEATH)

Course‘Understanding and Renegotiating Trauma in our Lives’

Dates: Tuesday 30th & Wednesday May 1st

Poster: Understanding & Renegotiating Trauma Summer Poster 2019

Venue: Newgrange Hotel, Navan

Format: Two Day Workshop (10am-4pm)

 

Course‘What I Know Now’ (Creative Writing)

Start Date: Thursday May 15th

Poster: WIKN-Meath-Summer Poster 2019

Venue: Claremont Stadium, Community Centre, Navan

Format: Six Weekly sessions (12 Midday – 2pm)

 

Course: ‘Creative Facilitation Skills Training’

Dates: Monday May 20th & 27th

Poster: Creative Facilitation Skills-Meath-Summer 2019

Venue: Claremont Stadium, Community Centre, Navan

Format: Two Day Workshop (10am-4pm)

 

Course‘Understanding & Dealing with Stigma’

Start date: To Be Confirmed

Venue: Kells Family Resource Centre

Format: Introductory Workshop

Please return the attached application form complete, or apply on line by following this link:
Please note places are limited so please get your application in as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
If you have any further queries please do give us a call on the number provided.

Summer Term Courses

We are  delighted to announce our summer schedule courses for the North Dublin, Louth and Meath areas.  This term we are again expanding our course number with a total of 14 scheduled across three counties.
 
We are also excited to announce our new partnership in the Louth area alongside local Mental Health Services, the Recovery College and CAWT (Cooperation and Working Together).  Supported by EU INTERREG IVA funding this partnership will work to ensure recovery education flourishes in the cross border area over the coming years.
 
If applying to a Louth area course, please ensure you complete and return a ‘Louth area application form.’
 
Given recent levels of course uptake we recommend if you, or others interested, see a programme in the attached posters that draws your attention, do apply or call at your earliest convenience, so as to ensure a place.
To apply on line by following this link http://www.recoverycollege.ie/sign-up-for-a-course

Change of date of Navan Trialogue – now Wednesday 27th of March

A message from Navan Trialogue
Hi everyone
we have had to change march’s Trialogue date due to conflicting commitments
it will take place on the Wednesday of the same week- see below. We have amended notice board posters as far as possible and have attached an up to date poster with dates for the year ahead
hope this hasn’t caused any inconvenience
WEDNESDAY 27TH MARCH 6.30-8PM
CLUB LOUNGE NEWGRANGE HOTEL
TOPIC : RESILIENCE IN RECOVERY
many thanks

Navan Trialogue Project Team

 

Siobhan Brady – Michelle Darcy – Bernard Kenny

 

enquiries: navantrialogue@gmail.com 087 7414400

What the hell is Coproduction? What students said……

Catherine Sweeney and Martha Griffin developed and delivered What the hell is copoduction, the course finished yesterday and here is what the students thought.

This course is good for “getting out of yourself” and hearing peoples experiences. Good social element

Experienced a sense of fun and curiosity, as an adult with many people who have a lot of experience of mental health – lived experience and professional experience or a mix of both.

Everyone is equal and listened to and no one is judged. All from different backgrounds, life experiences, very educational and very comfortable. Had to open up to questions and tasks which made your mind open and think. Team work and individual participation. Friendly fun atmosphere.

It was challenging but rewarding.

Being on the course was brilliant. I thought the course was interesting also challenging and enjoyable, enjoyed the little projects.

I found the course was presented very well and I got a good idea of how working together can end better than just working on your own. The group experience was very good where we learned working with other coproductively. The atmosphere was calming and relaxed and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Enjoyable, inclusive. Comfortable but challenging, in a good way.

I found it, self-empowering and self-esteem building.

It was a good experience overall.

Meeting with people for different perspectives with a genuine interest in mental health is a good experience, especially when they are open to change for the common good.

Being on this course was pleasantly challenging. Working outside your comfort zone but there was an acknowledgement that this was part of the learning.