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Because each life lost

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this FREE online course can give you the skills and confidence to have a life-saving conversation.

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The Mental Health Forum

will be delivering free

'Café Conversation' style

group workshops of this training in the SHSCT area when COVID restrictions ease enough to permit it.

Workshops are facilitated by people with actual lived experience of suicide issues.

 Express Interest here

and you will be contacted when dates and venues are set.

COVID-19 Updates

September 2020

 

https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-covid-19-and-motoring?fbclid=IwAR020TGZA5OYT30eeYbuLueGQQUSRP8sBgwZtoAC7TUbQ8BM6we5zXN3MiU

AWARE is delighted to announce that we have a selection of ‘Online Living Life to the Full’ courses available for registration via our website in the Northern, Western and Southern Trust Areas. To register visit https://www.aware-ni.org/booking-living-life-to-the-full/ 

 

Numbers are limited for online delivery so book now! If you are unsuccessful in securing a place, your name will be added to the waiting list for further courses in your trust area as we will be releasing further course dates in the coming weeks. For further information in support of the Living Life to the Full course visit https://www.aware-ni.org/wellbeing-programmes/living-life-to-the-full

 

About the Course:

The Living life to the Full programme will be delivered via zoom over 6 sessions lasting approx. 2hrs each. This is a programme that can make a big difference to your life. It can help you manage your feelings when you are stressed, worried or depressed and learn simple practical skills to help you cope with life’s challenges. It looks more closely at the ways in which mental health can be impacted by life events and unhelpful thinking styles which may also then affect our physical health and overall enjoyment of life.

 

Many thanks,

 

Catherine

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