Keep Well Campaign - MIND YOUR MOOD

Minding your mood – Many of us are still getting used to the disruption of our daily routines caused by the spread of COVID-19 and the measures that have been introduced to help keep us all safe.

2021 spaces for Living Well available

Living Well is a free group Self-Management programme for adults living with long-term health conditions. For bookings, enquiries or promotional material email selfmanagementsupports@hse.ieoor ring Catriona: 087 2939881 or 087 4088325.

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Living Well is a Self –Management Resource Centre (SMRC) Evidence Based Self- Management Program originally developed at Stanford University. This project has received funding from the Government of Ireland’s Slaintecare Integration Fund 2019 under grant agreement number 78.

HSE Health and Wellbeing are offering a free Stress Control programme, beginning on 11th January 2021. Stress Control is an evidence-based programme that teaches you practical skills to deal with stress.

The programme helps participants recognise the signs of stress. It covers topics including how stress affects our bodies and our thoughts. It teaches skills to overcome panicky feelings and tips to getting a good night's sleep.

To participate simply visit to register.

Minding your Well-being

Minding Your Well-being aims to provide simple tools and guidance to develop and maintain a positive outlook by looking after our mental health and well-being. It provides an opportunity for people to learn more about mindfulness, gratitude, self-care and resilience. The programme consists of 5 video sessions of about 20 minutes.

  • Practising self-care [ LINK HERE ]
  • Understanding our thoughts [ LINK HERE ]
  • Exploring Emotions [ LINK HERE ]
  • Building positive relationships [ LINK HERE ]
  • Improving our resilience [ LINK HERE ]

  • Minding your Mental Health provides information and signposting on all mental health supports and services that are available nationally and locally provided by the HSE and its funded partners. You can also call the freephone, YourMentalHealth Information Line to find supports and services 1800 111 888 (any time, day or night).

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