Mental Health Week January 2019News & Events
NUI Galway Students’ Union Mental Health Week Events 2019
Seachtain na Meabhairshláinte Comhaltas na Mac Léinn OÉ Gaillimh 2019
Monday 28th January / Dé Luain, an 28 Eanáir
- 12pm Financial Aid Fund Applications Close
- 1pm-3pm Mental Health Monday at Smokey’s Café & the Engineering Building
- 5pm-6.30pm Free Introduction to Mindfulness course in MY336 Áras Moyola.
- 6.30pm-8pm Free Introduction to Mindfulness course in MY336 Áras Moyola.
- 8pm David O’Doherty Comedy Gig in O’Flaherty Theatre. SOLD OUT!
Tuesday 29th January / Dé Máirt, an 29 Eanáir
- 8.10am-8.50am Mindfulness for Beginners Class in AC201
- 11am-5pm Vintage Clothes Fair in Áras na Mac Léinn
- 1pm-2pm Just Read – Social Reading Space in Group Study Room 1, 1st Floor of Library
Wednesday 30th January / Dé Céadaoin, an 30 Eanáir
- 8am Lotus Society Swim Rise at Blackrock in Salthill
- 1pm-2pm Celebrating Wellness: Recognising students & staff who are championing Mental Health and launch of Directory of Support Services in G010 Library Seminar Room
- 1.10pm-1.50pm Mindfulness Shared Practice in AC201
- 6.30pm-8.30pm University of Sanctuary Panel Discussion in AC202
- 7.30pm Jamnesty Rave 4 Brave in The Loft, Seven Bar Galway. Tickets €5 from Socs Box.
Thursday 31st January / Déardaoin, an 31 Eanáir
- 11am-4pm ALIVE Volunteering Fair in Áras na Mac Léinn
- 4pm-5pm Counselling Workshop on Stress & Anxiety in G067 in the Psychology Building
- 7pm-9pm Comedy Sketch Night in AC215
Saturday 2nd February / Dé Sathairn an 2 Feabhra
- 11am-5pm SU Charity Collection Day Volunteering – Do good, feel good!
- FREE Condoms and TOMPAX available all week from the SU & SU Engineering Desk
- Positive Pebbles around Campus
- Lecture Addresses sharing information about the Counselling Service
More information from/Tuilleadh eolais ar fáil ó email@example.com
#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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselling Service 091 492 427 email@example.com
Student Health Unit 091 492 604
SU Welfare and Equality Officer Clare Austick 091 492 747 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jigsaw Galway 091 549 252 email@example.com
Samaritans Free phone 116 123 firstname.lastname@example.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