Mental Health Week October 2019

Mental Health Week October 2019

News & Events

NUI Galway Students’ Union Mental Health Week 2019

Seachtain na Meabhairshláinte OÉ Gaillimh 2019

Monday 7th October / Dé Luain An 7 Deireadh Fómhair

  • 11am – 4pm Promos and Freebies in Áras na Mac Léinn
  • 5pm – 6:30pm Mindfulness Strategies in CA005 Cairnes Building

Tuesday 8th October / Dé Máirt An 8 Deireadh Fómhair

  • 10am-11am Sláinte Society Free Mindfulness Class in The Space
  • 12pm-1pm Volleyball on the Presidents’ Lawn
  • 12pm-1pm Kai (Therapy Dog) in Hardiman Library Foyer
  • 7:30pm – 9pm ‘Beginning conversations on Mental Health’ in G010

Wednesday 9th October / Dé Céadaoin An 9 Deireadh Fómhair

  • 9am -11am Dairy Free Tea/Coffee Morning with VegSoc in The Hub
  • 12pm – 1pm Max (Therapy Dog) in Hardiman Library Foyer
  • 12pm – 1pm Volleyball on the Presidents’ Lawn
  • 1pm – 2pm Jigsaw – 5 Steps to Mental Health in Bridge Room Hardiman Building

Thursday 10th October / Déardaoin an 10 Deireadh Fómhair

  • 11am – 4pm Vintage and Sportswear Sale in Áras na Mac Léinn CANCELLED 
  • 1pm – 2pm The Science of Happiness in GO11 Library Lobby
  • 5pm – 7pm Connection Café in AC204
  • 6pm-7.30pm Self Care Evening with StyleSoc in the Art Room. Make your own face mask!

All events are FREE!

More information from / Tuilleadh eolais ar fail ó su.welfare@nuigalway.ie

#littlethings

#littlethings is a mental health and wellbeing campaign. It highlights that there are things that you can do for yourself and others that will have a positive impact on how you feel and how you cope.

If you need any support or information please contact any of the following people: 

Chaplaincy Service 091 495 055 chaplains@nuigalway.ie

Counselling Service 091 492 427 counselling@nuigalway.ie

Student Health Unit 091 492 604

SU Welfare and Equality Officer Clare Austick 091 492 747 su.welfare@nuigalway.ie

Jigsaw Galway 091 549 252 galway@jigsaw.ie

Samaritans Free phone 116 123 jo@samaritans.org

Here are the #littlethings that can make a big difference to our mental health and our wellbeing:

  • Keeping Active
  • Talking About Your Problems
  • Looking Out For Others
  • Doing Things With Others
  • Eating Healthily
  • Staying In Touch
  • Drinking Less Alcohol
  • Sleeping Well

 

Artice by
Joanna Brophy