The most efficient way to get a good jump on the new school term is to design a good study routine early. This will matter later in the year, when friends are running to the library for stressy study sessions, you’ll be revising old material and watching Netflix guilt-free.
Following the success of our last Suicide response Training session with Social Care Ireland in June, we’re delighted to be working with our friends and colleagues in Social Care Ireland again this September. Like June’s session, this course will carry CPD points and the best part about it is that Social Care Ireland have securedContinue reading “Suicide Response Training September 22nd Social Care Ireland”
This year Driving Change will be working with schools across the country to deliver programs and workshops to students around topics relating to mental health! Building out from the podcast Mental Health Hour we’ve launched a new initiative that will work to better young people’s understandings of the world but more importantly of themselves. LikeContinue reading “Mental Health Hour for Schools”
Social Care Ireland members can book their place on this training for €10.00 and non-members can get their place for €25.00. This training has limited spaces available and there are just a small number of tickets left.
We are delighted to be working with Social Care Ireland again. In June we’ll be running Suicide Response Training in association with Social Care Ireland at a subsidised rate. This session will carry CPD points through Social Care Ireland.
We were thrilled to have been asked to work with Social Care Ireland this year. Last week we delivered our workshop entitled Preventing Suicide: A Practitioner’s Workshop.
In November 2021 Mental Health Hour – The Podcast is back with a new look, new content, and new conversations with your hosts Caitriona Mc Mahon and Kayla Cooley!
out suicide is so important but it’s even more important that when we talk about suicide we do it or try to do it responsibly. I’m not saying that people who use the “wrong” language or the “incorrect” words are bad people. I’m saying that people cannot perform CPR until they learn how to perform CPR.
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