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About the Make a Ripple campaign This series of blog posts are part of the See Change Make a Ripple campaign, an initiative to help end the stigma of mental health problems by sharing experiences and building public understanding. If you’d like to tell your story, you can visit the Make a Ripple stories portal. If...
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About the Make a Ripple campaign This series of blog posts are part of the See Change Make a Ripple campaign, an initiative to help end the stigma of mental health problems by sharing experiences and building public understanding. If you’d like to tell your story, you can visit the Make a Ripple stories portal. If...
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How to book tickets Please see invite below for details. You can book your tickets here. Tickets are free but limited to two per person. If you need to speak to someone in the See Change team, please call 01 860 1620 or email us at info@seechange.ie
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I am delighted to support the See Change ‘Make a Ripple’ campaign by speaking out for you, by speaking about my own experiences and by becoming an Ambassador for you. Hopefully, this story will help others speak out. When I became Tony Blair’s press secretary, I knew that the ‘skeletons’ would probably come out, so...
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One of the key messages of the See Change campaign is to promote the fact that people who experience mental health problems (1 in 4 of us) can and do recover. For some, mental health problems are part of the normal ups and downs of life and might be related to a particular set of stresses or...
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We’re delighted to introduce the new See Change website. We’ve given the whole site a lick of paint and added some nice features and lots of ways for visitors to get involved. There’s lots of information on mental health stigma and discrimination, as well as an introduction to the See Change campaign, how we work...
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Tell your story, make a ripple, help end the stigma   In Ireland, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem at some point in our life. That’s enough of us to fill Croke Parkfourteen times over; it’s six times the number of students who enrolled in all our Universities and all our ITs combined right...
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