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.
CPSYCHI (College of Psychiatrists of Ireland) and Shine will host a one day conference for all members of the Mental Health Services Multi-Disciplinary Team, Family Members/Carers, Service Users and Primary Care. The conference will take place Friday 14 October 2016 at the Harbour Hotel, Galway. Cost & Booking Shine members: Free Medical Doctors: €75. Allies […]
A Recovery and the Family education course will be taking place in Cobh for 7 weeks beginning Wednesday 26 October. The course will focus on issues such as relative’s needs in the recovery journey, experiences of people with mental health difficulties, and challenging and overcoming stigma. It will be facilitated by Miriam Murphy, Regional […]