Mental Health First Aid course Leitrim

Mental health first aid is the help offered to a person who is developing a mental health problem or who is experiencing a mental health crisis, until appropriate professional treatment is received or until the crisis resolves. It follows the model that has been successful with conventional first aid.

Postgraduate Certificate in Mental Health Promotion 2019

The Postgraduate Certificate in Mental Health Promotion (1PHP1- Mental Health), developed jointly by Mental Health Ireland and NUI Galway, is designed for people who are interested in upskilling in the area of Mental Health Promotion. We welcome applicants from all different sectors (such as mental health, primary care, education, workplaces, nursing, social work, charity/community sectors) who wish to develop knowledge, skills and competencies of mental health promotion and its implementation in practice. The programme aims to provide participants with professional education and training in the principles and practice of promoting positive mental health and wellbeing.

Mental Health Week Sligo

Wednesday 10th October 2018 is designated World Mental Health Day. Sligo Leitrim Mental Health Services, Mental Health Ireland, and a number of community and voluntary organisations will be hosting a range of interesting, informative and fun events in the coming weeks in Sligo and Leitrim to celebrate Mental Health Week. The five ways to wellbeing, […]

Promoting Mental Wellbeing in Leitrim We are pleased to invite you, the people of Co. Leitrim, to participate in a range of activities to raise awareness about the very important topic of mental health. Events and activities promoting a positive sense of wellbeing will commence during World Mental Health Week and continue throughout the Autumn. […]

World Mental Health Week – Leitrim events

Leitrim Brochure 2018 PDF

Free mindfulness workshop

Everyone is welcome to a free mindfulness workshop on Saturday August 4th at St. Columba’s Hospital (Education centre) The workshop is open to all, those with and without previous experience and will be facilitated by Mar Healy from Mental Health Ireland.