17
Jan

Navigating post-Christmas diet culture

    Let’s rewind to Christmas. The most magical time of the year. The most magical time of the year, that is unless you struggle with an Eating Disorder. Christmas is demanding for everyone, but if like me you have anorexia (or any eating disorder), it becomes incredibly difficult to navigate.   To the normal...
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16
Jan

WE ARE HIRING!

      We are currently recruiting for an Administration Support Officer on a 6-month contract. The post holder will provide administrative assistance to the See Change team. Job description Application Form Shine Privacy Statement Application is by official Shine Application form ONLY. Curriculum Vitae (CV’s) will not be accepted. Send your completed Application Form...
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13
Jan

#TimetoTalk Day 2019 “Spider”

    Choosing to talk about mental health can make a big difference. Let’s start a conversation in Ireland on Time to Talk Day, 6 Feb #timetotalk @SeeChangeIRL On Time to Talk Day we aim to get the nation talking about mental health. Here’s everything you need to know: Time to Talk Day 2020 is...
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23
Dec

#TimetoTalk Day 2019 “Jelly Fish”

    Get your community talking about mental health on #TimetoTalk Day, 6 Feb 2020 On Time to Talk Day we aim to get the nation talking about mental health. Here’s everything you need to know: Time to Talk Day 2020 is on Thursday 6 February. 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental...
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19
Dec

SEE CHANGE PLEDGE CERTIFICATES IN 2019

          CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ORGANISATIONS WHO COMPLETED THE WORKPLACE SIX STEP PLEDGE PROGRAMME AND AWARDED SEE CHANGE PLEDGE CERTIFICATES IN 2019 SSE Airtricity  HPRA WALK Johnson & Johnson Celtic Anglian Water (CAW)
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19
Dec

I’m not lazy, I’m not crazy, I’m not weird, Winter is just difficult for me.

See Change Ambassador, Abigail McDonnell, reminds us to be kind to ourselves this winter.                                               “This winter has hit me harder than any previous year.   Previous to this college year I had...
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