Nicole Russell shares her experience volunteering with Samaritans, a listening service available to anyone who is having difficulty coping or just needs to talk to someone without judgement. Contact Samaritans via freephone 116123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org the next time you’re feeling down and can’t seem to find anyone around you to talk to about these feelings with. Continue reading Words From a Samaritans Volunteer Continue reading Words From a Samaritans Volunteer
“Hi my name is Diane Daly, I’m 39 years of age and I work in a hair salon in Raheen.… Continue reading Introducing Mindfulness and Meditation with Diane Daly
Written by Serena Norris – A volunteer at Le Chéile as our new monthly guest blogger and a graduate from… Continue reading How to Cope with Depression during the Lockdown
Written by Serena Norris – A volunteer at Le Chéile as our new monthly guest blogger and a graduate from… Continue reading How to deal with Unexpected Stressors
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
Trigger Warning: The following blog post contains personal accounts of eating disorders and suicidal ideation. If you are affected by… Continue reading Eating Disorders Come in One Size: Miserable
Written by Nicola Le Gear – Board member at LMHA since 2017. Stay at home parent to 3 young children. I… Continue reading Why join our board?
Have you always wanted to join a board of enthusiastic volunteers in mental health? We are looking for talented and conscientious… Continue reading Board member wanted