Mental health is more than just the absence of mental illness. Mental health means having a general sense of well-being and being able to reach your potential. It means you can cope with life’s normal stresses, work productively, and participate in community life.
Mental health recovery is a process of healing and transformation that allows you to live a full and meaningful life. How this happens is unique for everyone. Some things that can aid recovery include access to the right supports, information and education about mental health.
Keynote address by Peter Bullimore, Hearing Voices Network UK Shine and DCU School of Nursing and Human Sciences would like to invite you to our joint Hearing Voices Seminar on 1st December 2017, 1pm-4pm in the DCU School of Nursing and Human Sciences, 620 Collins Ave Ext, Whitehall, Dublin 9. . There will be a keynote address […]
. A joint conference between Shine and the College of Psychiatry will be held on 22nd September in the Tower Hotel in Waterford titled Perspectives for the Professionals: The role of the Family in Promoting Recovery. . This conference is free of charge to Shine members and lunch will be provided on the day. However, those attending will have to […]