mymentalhealthrecovery.com offers a free flexible, online learning experience –providing a range of training and practical tools to support mental health and wellbeing. Click the link below for a full list of courses and details on how to register.https://www.westbewell.ie/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/A44987-WHSCT-A5-8P-MENTAL-HEALTH-BOOKLET-proof.pdf
This booklet has been created to enhance the reader’s understanding of mental illnesses and to shine a light on how stigma, shame and discrimination are still a significant challenge for people living with mental illnesses.https://seechange.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Lets-talk-about-mental-illness.pdf
This guide will educate the reader on how language around mental health could stigmatise a person with a mental health difficulty and explore how we can challenge our behaviours so that people feel more comfortable about their mental health and we make it easier for them to reach out for help.https://seechange.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Stand-up-to-Stigma-June22.pdf
The HSE and Tusla have produced new videos to promote understanding of infant mental health. These videos feature advice from HSE experts in child psychology aswell as parents on how to support and promote infant mental health. Watch them via the link below.https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsQK32cdMW_wqZPklAtP65xWyxsKeRbF3
HSE Health & Wellbeing runs a free, online mental health and wellbeing programme called Minding Your Wellbeing.
The programme consists of a series of 5 video sessions of around 20 minutes.
Click the link below for full details and access to the video sessions.https://www2.hse.ie/healthy-you/minding-your-wellbeing-programme.html