Jigsaw is having it’s first Exchange series of events, a concept aimed at seeking new perspectives on mental health through open, collaborative dialogue.

This is not a Dublin North North East Recovery College event.

Jigsaw on Thursday, May 31st in the Robert Emmett Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin 2 for what promises to be an interesting event.

Renowned UK-based Clinical Psychologist Dr. Lucy Johnstone, co-creator of the Power Threat Meaning Framework, will be joining us for the first in our Jigsaw Exchange series of events, a concept aimed at seeking new perspectives on mental health through open, collaborative dialogue.

For the first time in an Irish context, Dr. Johnstone will introduce and explain this new framework for conceptualising mental health and will explore the links between wider social factors such as poverty, discrimination and inequality, along with traumas such as abuse and violence, and the resulting emotional distress and/or troubled/troubling behaviour.

Please join us from 10am for registration and a coffee and the event itself will run from 10.30am – 1pm allowing time for discussion and debate.

To learn more and to register for this FREE event, please click here – www.jigsaw.ie/events/free/jx1-external