Category: Meath

Cooperation and Working Together Job Positions Co-operation and Working Together (CWAT)

While the Dublin North East Recovery College will be working closely with CAWT on initiatives these are not Dublin North North East Recovery College posts so enquires should be to the contacts on the links below.
A project supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by
the Special EU Programmes Body.
Innovation Recovery (i-Recovey) Project
is the cross border health and social care
partnership, comprising the Health Service Executive in the Republic of Ireland and the
Southern and Western Health & Social Care Trusts, Health and Social Care Board and
Public Health Agency in Northern Ireland. Formed in 1992, CAWT’s focus is on improving
the health and social well-being of the resident population, through strategic and practical
cross border collaboration.

Recovery College Coordinator

Recovery College Business Support Coordinator

Lead Peer Educator

Peer Educator

Administrator

Student Forum Wellbeing January event

Last Tuesday’s Winter Wellbeing Festival Day was the perfect antidote to banish the January blues. Organised by the Student Forum of the Dublin North North East Recovery College and held in Dundalk  Institute of Technology, it saw a gathering of like-minded people with an interest in emotional wellness. It was a celebration of the possibility and the power of recovery for those who have been affected by mental distress.

Lianne,did a great job welcoming people and introducing what was going to be on offer on the day. First up was two forms of creative expression, with people getting to choose either Drama or Movement Medicine. I decided on the Movement Medicine as having never done it before, I was intrigued with what it was all about. Facilitated by the incredibly nimble-footed Ann, it started off with gentle stretching and movement to music. Initial nerves and shyness, gave way to people really shaking their stiff and busting some moves! I have to say that it was definitely a first, it was hugely energising and everyone left, a little sweaty, but with huge smiles on their faces!

 

Afterwards people mingled over tea and biscuits and by all accounts the Drama session, facilitated by Kwasi and Bernie, was equally enjoyable. For the next session, Martha invited the speakers to the stage, Caroline , Marian, Neil  and Bernie who spoke of their personal journey to recovery and involvement with of the Recovery College. It was a huge privilege to be in the room for this session, as the stories were incredibly honest, empowering and hopeful.

Following this Michelle, facilitated a Trialogue session on the topic of ‘Normal is an illusion’ with great contributions from almost everyone in the room. The day ended up with the release of balloons with personal messages and inspirational words written on them. Our car journey home was a very chilled out affair with people feeling energised and also with a sense of renewal.

Well done Dundalk, you knocked it out of the park and we’re already looking forward to the Summer Festival!

Ger

Navan Trialogue

Navan Trialogue Project Team – Siobhan Brady – Michelle Darcy – Bernard Kenny
enquiries: navantrialogue@gmail.com 0469099240
 
2018 trialogue dates:
January 29th
February 26th
March 26th
April 30th
May 29th
September 24th
October 22nd
November 26th

Courses in Meath Spring 2018

Get Yourself Connected Through Drama

Get to know your own strengths and overcome internal barriers through the creative and fun processes. Explore social interactions, preferences and inhibitions, build social confidence and develop new methods of expression.

Course starts: Early February, Dates to be confirmed
Format: Eight weekly afternoon sessions
Venue: Louth Meath Education and Training Board, Abbey Road, Navan

Recovery College, Meath Area Spring Term Poster 2018 

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Connected – Learning Together Navan 2017

An exercise to show how we are all connected when we take time to reflect on how.