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EOLAS: The Road We Travel Photography Project

By Karolyn Ward on Thursday, November 14th, 2019 in Blog, Events, News.

‘EOLAS: The Road we travel…’ Photographic Exhibition Date Tuesday 10th December Venue Atrium, Trinity College Dublin Time 5.30- 7.30 Speakers: Sharon Ferguson, Exhibition Contributor from Donegal Rosemary Murphy, A/Director of Nursing and EOLAS co-ordinator, Louth/Meath Mr Jim Ryan, Mental Health Lead Health Service Executive EOLAS: The Road we Travel… EOLAS: ‘The Road we Travel…’ is […]


Listen back – RDO Derek Pepper on LMFM speaking about family recovery

By Karolyn Ward on Thursday, October 10th, 2019 in Blog, Featured, News.

Our Regional Development Officer in the Northeast, Derek Pepper, spoke to Gerry Kelly on LMFM about family support, recovery for the family member and our Exploring My Way education programme. Exploring My Way solely focuses on the position of the relative and recovery for the relative in a peer setting. Our programme runs once a […]


Inpatient – by Jess McCaul

By Karolyn Ward on Wednesday, July 24th, 2019 in Blog, News.

Jess McCaul tells her story of accessing inpatient care as a supportive environment where recovery is possible. I spent two years fighting for inpatient treatment. Two years trying to get the specialised care I knew I needed because outpatient treatment just wasn’t working. It was like I was swimming against the current and was barely […]


Chasing the Rainbow, by Aoife Burke

By Karolyn Ward on Tuesday, June 11th, 2019 in Blog.

Chasing the Rainbow Chasing the rainbow. Leaving sparks of light. Spinning and weaving through dusky clouds, entwined with light. As I sleep I imagine these hues of light and shade breathing out a rainbow of colour. Liquid gold of heavenly sunlight pours over the earth below, like golden syrup, drowning everything in its path. Mist […]


“Hope”, a book by Patrick Clifford

By Karolyn Ward on Monday, April 1st, 2019 in Blog.

Patrick has recently self published his second book, Hope. Hope features a selection of poetry, songs and short stories, both memoirs and fiction. Patrick entitled the book “Hope” to reflect his own difficulties in life, both mental and physical. He wishes to give readers inspiration and a sense of hope. The cover features an image […]




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