We are delighted to be coming out of full lockdown from the 10th of May and with this brings a new calendar of classes, groups and wellness programmes from May to July. We will move forward with both outdoor FTF and online. Continue reading Announcing Our New Schedule With Even More Classes and Groups 7 Days a Week! Continue reading Announcing Our New Schedule With Even More Classes and Groups 7 Days a Week!
LMHA has partnered with Sailing into Wellness (SIW) to offer sailing courses to help those in recovery from poor mental health to introduce a new Sailing into Wellness programme targeted at organisations working with clients in recovery and young people at risk, primarily those in marginalised communities. Continue reading New Sailing Courses Offered To Aid Mental Health and Recovery Continue reading New Sailing Courses Offered To Aid Mental Health and Recovery
We would like to extend a huge thank you to Garryowen Residents Association, especially Tom and John who came in recently to help… Continue reading Thank You To Our Friends in Garryowen Resident’s Association.
Counselling (also known as psychotherapy) can be of great benefit in times of crisis and can help with difficulties surrounding relationships, bereavement, addiction or indeed any trauma an individual may find themselves confronted with at any point in life. Read on for reasons to consider counselling. Continue reading 5 Great Reasons to Consider Counselling Continue reading 5 Great Reasons to Consider Counselling
Incorporating gratitude into our lives has enormous benefits. Research has not only shown that expressing gratitude is linked with greater well-being and happiness, but this practice can also improve relationships, physical well-being, self-esteem, and energy levels, to name but a few. Continue reading The Power of Gratitude Continue reading The Power of Gratitude
It is so very difficult to understand grief and all its nuances if we haven’t experienced profound loss ourselves. Liz Gleeson of Shapes of Grief talks about some ways you can support someone who is grieving Continue reading Why we shouldn’t try to fix grief Continue reading Why we shouldn’t try to fix grief
Limerick Mental Health Association is launching a social media campaign on St Patrick’s Day to raise awareness about our services and raise funds to tackle the mental health impact of Covid-19, which has seen one in six Limerick people experiencing mental health issues. Continue reading LMHA St Patrick’s Day Appeal Continue reading LMHA St Patrick’s Day Appeal
The Hunt Museum has teamed up local organisations to develop a One Million Stars To End Violence weaving network in Limerick in support of ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services. Continue reading One Million Stars to End Violence – Limerick Project Launch Continue reading One Million Stars to End Violence – Limerick Project Launch
Author Cathy McCarty has kindly provided an excerpt from her book “Stronger Than Yesterday – Living Your Life Beyond Adversity”. In this excerpt Cathy provides advice and demonstrates a mindset that helped her overcome adversity and show resilience. Cathy is a cancer survivor and author. Continue reading “An Unexpected Journey” – Book Excerpt by Cathy McCarthy Continue reading “An Unexpected Journey” – Book Excerpt by Cathy McCarthy