Category: summer 2022

Finglas & Cabra Committees – Dual Diagnosis Awareness & Preparedness Two Day Workshop

Post Focus Group Fun

Two cheeky leprechauns posing after co-facilitating a focus group with the summer self advocacy group in conjunction with Peer Advocacy in Mental Health   This is the fun behind the hard work from the funding granted by Minister Bulter to Community Groups.   

Morning Star Song from our Meath Song Craft course with Core Ireland

A lovely video from the Song Craft course.

 

Self Advocacy

Delighted to announce the upcoming Self-advocacy in mental health learning programme due to start on Thursday June 30th. Details can be found below and the programme is limited to 16 participants and will operate on a first come first served basis.
Calling people who have experienced challenges to their mental health
You are invited to participate in a pilot learning programme to help improve the design and delivery of a self-advocacy course for people who have experienced challenges to their mental health. The self-advocacy in mental health learning programme was developed to enable people with self experience of mental health challenges to self-advocate: To speak up, speak out and take back control of their own lives! The programme aims to achieve this by supporting personal growth in areas of confidence, self-belief, rights and realization ofresources to help participants assert their rightful place in society. The programmes will be delivered in a shared, peer-to-peer learning environment.
Venue
Sessions will take place at the Dublin North, North East Recovery college based at Dublin City University
Format

  •  6 learning sessions followed by one focus group.
  •  The six learning sessions will be delivered on Thursdays, 10am to 2pm starting Thursday 30th of June
  •  This will be followed by a focus group on August 7th
 – Lunch will be provided for each session of the programme so please pass on any dietary requirements you may have – 

Facilitators

Jim Walsh, Training and Development Officer, Peer Advocacy in Mental Health and James Nolan, experienced in co-production and co-delivery of mental health programmes, under Dublin North, North East Recovery College.

To register your interest email recoverycollege@dcu.ie or call 01 700 7907
 
Also please note, to be eligible to participate you have to:
1. Have or continue to live with significant challenges to your mental health
2. Have experienced learning in mental health delivered through co-production
and/or
3. Have experience of or direct involvement in co-producing learning programmes in mental
health