Written by Serena Norris – A volunteer at Le Chéile as our new monthly guest blogger and a graduate from… Continue reading How to Manage Social Anxiety after Quarantine
I am a graduate from St. John Fisher College with a Bachelor’s in Science of Psychology and currently working on… Continue reading Meet Our New Guest Blogger, Serena M. Norris
It is July 1st, the sun is out and our 100km in a Month Fundraising Challenge has officially kicked off!… Continue reading Our 100km in a Month for July Fundraising Challenge Officially Begins!
Written by Shauna Lillis – A Le Cheile Volunteer and Psychology graduate from the University of Limerick. Most of us… Continue reading The Positives of Exercising For Mental Health
We are delighted to announce the return of our Walking Group! Come join us Friday 26th June at 11:30am at… Continue reading Our Walking Group Is Back!
As you may be aware, the Covid-19 restrictions over the last few months have had a severe impact on charities… Continue reading Walk, Run or Crawl 100km in July to Raise Vital Funds for Limerick Mental Health Association
The last few months have been a challenging and stressful time for us all. If nothing more it has showed… Continue reading Its OK, To Not Be OK During Covid19 – Members Thoughts
Written by Martina Shanahan – Le Cheile Community Development Worker. Le Chéile Women’s Group reunited in person this week at… Continue reading Update on our Women’s Group
On April 24th An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar launched a new initiative called #InThisTogether to help look after people’s physical and mental… Continue reading #InThisTogether – New Government Initiative Promoting Mental Wellbeing During COVID-19
Mental health charity urges Ireland to Connect, Communicate and Reassure amid Covid lockdown. Limerick Mental Health Association and Mental Health… Continue reading Connect, Communicate and Reassure amid Covid lockdown