See Change, Ireland’s national mental health stigma reduction partnership, has received a commendation by the former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Hazel Chu, for its tireless and sustained dedication to fairness and justice in campaigning to reduce mental health stigma. See Change is a project of Shine, the national organisation providing information and support for people...Read More
I Once Knew a Man by See Change Ambassador, Rick Rossiter “I once knew a man, from the first glance I talked to him I knew him to be a good man. His presence was seemingly still but you knew that it was immense. His smile was endearing and yet mischievous in the...Read More
Our Friend Ray by See Change Ambassador, Adrian Yeates “Life is a precious gift, but we never know how long we’ve got, The best any of us can do is to optimise our lot. Some achieve spectacular heights, and many experience terrible lows, But a true measure of worth, is how you treat others...Read More
A Message from Sandra Dillon, in Memory of Ray “When I think of Ray I struggle with the idea that Ray may have had to wear a mask to give the outside world the impression that he was managing, and yet in his darkest moments he remained steadfast. Sharing his inner belief with his See...Read More
For #WorkplaceWednesdays, EY share how they have been supporting their colleagues over the last few months: Green Ribbon Month 2020 Supporting our colleagues EY’s dedicated health and wellbeing portal, Thrive, which has been in place for over a year has been expanded to provide podcasts, blog updates and webinars on topics such as ‘healthy...Read More
Minding your Mental Health During COVID19 By Abigail McDonnell See Change Ambassador Abigail McDonnell shares what she’s been doing to mind her mental health during this challenging time, when she finds herself going from leading a busy life to slowing things down. Watch the video above and show Abigail your support If...Read More
Every Monday we share support and altered service information from our Partners, to help maintain your mental health and navigate the current pandemic. This week we want to bring you the work of First Fortnight. First Fortnight is a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action. Check out what they...Read More
Adjusting the lens of my self care By Sandra Dillon Sandra Dillon is a See Change Ambassador who holds stigma reduction close to her heart. A supporting figure in her community, Sandra helps her local area by making talking about mental health an everyday conversation. She dedicates her time to the Finglas Suicide Network...Read More
For #WeveGotYouMondays we share support and altered service information from our Partners, to help maintain your mental health and navigate the current pandemic. This week we want to bring you the supports of Mental Health Ireland. Mental Health Ireland promote positive mental health and wellbeing for all individuals and communities and support people with lived experience...Read More
We are delighted to share with you a digital copy of the ‘Look Beyond‘ catalogue, in the hope that it will spark many more conversations about mental health online and beyond. See Change’s aim is to challenge people to ‘Look Beyond’ the often negative labels associated with mental health difficulty so that every person in...Read More
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