Published in October 2023, the Traveller Mental Wellness Continuum study report aims to create a research base for the development of a culturally sensitive continuum of mental wellness and suicide prevention strategies for and by members of the Irish Traveller community.
You can access and read the report via the link below:
Perimenopause and menopause are a part of many people’s lives, and affect the mental health and wellbeing of those experiencing it.
Mental Health Ireland coproduced this booklet in response to the need for more information on this topic.
This booklet is designed to provide information, tips, and signposting, as well as the real experiences of people that have been affected. Access it via the link below.
The HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention has commissioned this excellent resource about self-harm and young people for parents and concerned adults.
It details what self-harm is; the types of self-harm, the signs of self-harm and more.
You can access it via the link below:
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.
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.
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.
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.