Category: Trialogue

Invite to join North Dublin Trialogue Core Volunteer Group – Tackling Mental Health Stigma in Your Community

Calling all Community Minded People in the North Dublin Area!

  • Do you want to see recovery and mental health in the community flourish?
  • Are you interested in working collectively in your community to challenge and end stigma.
  • Do you recognise the value of sharing perspectives on mental health issues to support individual and community growth?

If yes to the above, and available to support a monthly Mental Health discussion group to grow – you would be really well suited and welcome to join our North Dublin Trialogue core volunteer facilitation team.

The North Dublin Trialogue Group is presently calling out to interested individuals, community organisations and the Mental Health Services with an invite to join our Core Volunteer Group.

Presently there is space for at least one more Mental Heath service provider, a community group rep, a service user and family member to each come on board to support this group which meets once a month eight time per year.

The next core group meeting will take place:

Venue: Purcell House, All Hallows College on Grace Park Road on the following dates:

Date: Monday September 23rd

Time: 6.30 – 8pm

Next steps (are easy!)

– Email us back to confirm your interest and a member of the Trialogue group will be in touch.

OR

– Call the Recovery College on 017007907 with any questions, suggestions or light bulb moments!

 

For more information on Trialogue click here for videos and articles. 

 

Kind Regards

 

John

Navan Trialogue Three Years Going Strong

Navan Trialogue returns this coming Monday 27th 6.30pm-8pm newgrange hotel ~club lounge
This months topic: “The impact of mental distress on the family from all perspectives”
 
We are delighted to have reached a milestone of 3 years of meetings in April. If you haven’t come to a meeting in a while you are always welcome back and new people welcome all the time. Poster attached with dates for 2019 if you would like to circulate via email or social media it is always appreciated. After this meeting we will break for summer and return in September.
Looking forward to seeing some of you on Monday,

Navan Trialogue Project Team

 

Siobhan Brady – Michelle Darcy – Bernard Kenny

 

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

North Dublin Trialogue dates

The dates for the North Dublin Trialogue are:

Monday 18th February 2019 @ 6.30pm

Monday 25th March 2019 @ 6.30 pm

Monday 15th April 2019 @ 6.30pm

Monday 20th May 2019 @ 6.30 pm

Monday 17th June 2019 @ 6.30 pm

 

Where: Purcell House, All Hallows College, Gracepark Road, Drumcondra.

 

What is Mental Health Trialogue?

  • Typically, conversations about mental health take place within three groups, people experiencing mental health difficulties, those who love and care for them and professionals.
  • In Trialogue we come together, sit in a circle and talk together – but most importantly we listen together.
  • The hope is to share, to gain insight and to learn from each other and with each other. If you have an interest in mental health, your own, that of a friend or a family member, or of the wider society we all live in, or work in the field of mental health then you might be interested *You don’t have to talk if you don’t want to, but we do ask that you listen!

Dublin North Trialogue!

This is part of a collaborative project ‘The Dublin North, North East Recovery

College’ and is being facilitated by a project team comprising of a service user, a family member & a mental health professional.

*Light refreshments will be provided on the night.

 

For further information on this the Trialogue Meeting, please contact northdublintrialogue@gmail.com or call 017008887

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE