Month: September 2018

Visitors from the South East Recovery College

What a lovely visit from Amanda and Clare from the South East Recovery College, lovely sharing ideas and hearing different pieces of work, and having some fun, coffee and scones.



Our friends in the Navan Trialogue are ready to go again!

Hello everyone,
We hope the summer was good to you.
We would like to welcome you to back for September’s Trialogue next week. As always, everyone is welcome to attend so please spread the word through email/ social media/ text or good old fashioned word of mouth.
Details of next week’s meeting as follows:
Monday 24th September @ 6.30-8pm
Newgrange Hotel Navan- Club Lounge
60- 70mins discussion followed by light refreshments
We plan to have 3 meetings this side of 2018- the meeting dates of each are on the poster attached
For our return we are suggesting 2 topics that reflect your feedback that we can put out to the group on Monday evening;
the second of which reflects the autumn equinox this Sunday :
“The importance of being honest”
“Autumn: a time for balance and reflection”
looking forward to seeing some of you on Monday,

Navan Trialogue Project Team

Siobhan Brady – Michelle Darcy – Bernard Kenny


North Dublin Courses

Act the Maggot has started and is full, the next couple of courses are filling fast.


Course‘Make Meetings Matter.’

Start Date: Tuesday October 9th

Venue: Recovery College Room, DCU School of Nursing & Human Sciences

Format: Four weekly two hour session


Course‘Thoughts, Feelings, Actions’

Start date: Monday October 22nd

Venue: Recovery College Room, DCU School of Nursing & Human Sciences

Format: Eight Weekly two hour sessions


Course: ‘What I know now

Start Date: Wednesday October 24th,

Venue: Recovery College Room, DCU School of Nursing & Human Sciences

Format: Eight weekly two hour sessions, plus one half day of practice

To apply on line follow this link:

North Dublin Autumn Schedule 2018 Poster Make Meetings Matter, Autumn 2018 TFA, Nth Dublin, Autumn Poster 2018 What I Know Now, Autumn 2018