28
Oct

Introducing the New Shine Brand

  Introducing the New Shine Brand   Today, our parent organisation Shine is delighted to reveal their new look and their new website: “Following on from Shine’s 40th celebration in 2019, we felt that it was a perfect time to create a new, fresh and contemporary look for Shine to lead us into the next...
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23
Oct

Pass the Green Ribbon

      Pass the Green Ribbon   The Green Ribbon is an international symbol for mental health awareness. By wearing one, you show you are open to having conversations about mental health.   We share this video to show that wearing a ribbon is important but that sharing with family, friends or even strangers...
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10
Sep

Return to Work Booklet

A New Reality: Living with Covid-19 See Change and Mental Health Ireland are delighted to co-produce this guide to support people returning to the workplace after a prolonged period of Covid-19 measures. This has been an unusual and uncertain time for all of us. We hope you find the tips in this guide helpful. Some...
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09
Sep

Green Ribbon October 2020

    Green Ribbon October 2020 See Change are proud to announce the launch of our 8th Annual Green Ribbon Campaign which will take place in October 2020. To kick-start the campaign, we will be hosting two virtual launch events for both Dublin and Cork. Please see registration details below: Dublin Virtual Launch: When? Thursday...
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03
Sep

Stay in Touch by Rick Rossiter

  Stay in Touch by See Change Ambassador, Rick Rossiter   We have all heard the term, “Stay in touch”, and in these given times this term has become more relevant and meaningful than any other time in living memory. Another word that has become more relevant and has become a part of our everyday...
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27
Aug

Mental Health is not to Blame by Lucie Kavanagh

    Mental Health is not to Blame By Lucie Kavanagh   “Mental illness and hatred pull the trigger, not the gun”  – Donald Trump   The above quote was said last year in response to the El Paso shooting in which 23 people lost their lives.  In response to the apparent determination to look...
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