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Community News: Defib Training………….. Here Emyvale Then and Now …….. HERE The Disappeared …….. HERE Childrens Hospital …….. HERE Delays can mean death ……. HERE Failing Health Services …..HERE Deaths ………………………… HERE
The Community Buddy/Peer Support Programme The Community Buddy team calls on all community and residents' groups to join our free online Peer-Support Training Programme. Peer support is emotional and practical support between two people who share a common experience, and/or lived experiences. Our training provides Peer-Supporters with the tools to cope when wanting to help a peer who has a mental health issue, or who just needs to talk through a problem. Learn how to: - Provide strong support for peers who are dealing with a mental health issue - Provide a listening ear and show empathy to those in mental health distress - Support peers so they may take positive, resilience-enhancing actions and adopt positive coping strategies - Identify significant levels of distress and, if necessary, mentor individuals to seek appropriate professional help June Training Dates Course: 'Community Buddy’ Training Programme Delivery: Online via Zoom (*free to all community and residents' groups) • 2 full days 9.30am to 5pm each day: Thursday 16th and Friday 17th June OR • 4 evenings over 2 weeks 7pm to 10pm each night: Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st June & Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th June Full details including registration are available at: https://www.cycleagainstsuicide.com/register-to-become-community-buddy/ The Community Buddy Initiative Cycle Against Suicide created the Community Buddy Initiative as a platform for peer-support within communities in a drive to promote a positive mental health dialogue among peers as a critical part of suicide prevention. The idea is to provide a safe place for an individual 'to have a chat' with 'a buddy' in their community or community group. Community members are trained as Buddies and learn how to have this 'chat' through a structured but supportive conversation in a safe and non-judgemental space. We equip Buddies to cope when wanting to help someone with a mental health issue, or someone who just needs to talk through a problem, and to learn how to gently encourage that person, when and if necessary, to take that important first step to contact the professional mental health services available. Buddies join our Buddy Community on our 'Buddy Chat' App through which meetings are arranged and where Buddies can access wellbeing support and keep updated on further training.
Cinderella Thanks to Fabian Murphy for showing the piece of video on Facebook from the 1985 pantomine, Cinderella, which we had in the Emyvale Inn and also in St. Macartan’s Hall, Monaghan in 1985. It was produced by Tony Hennessy and was a huge success and involved a big number both on stage and off stage and Frank Murphy was very supportive and helpful and to have the Panto recorded for posterity was fantastic. Unfortunately some of those involved have gone to their eternal rest including Sinead Murphy, Seamus McCluskey and Moira Kavanagh. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6OhwX7GFns might give you a link or go to Fabian’s Facebook.
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Community News: Defib Training…………..   Here Emyvale Then and Now …….. HERE The Disappeared …….. HERE Childrens Hospital …….. HERE Delays can mean death ……. HERE Failing Health Services …..HERE Deaths    …………………………  HERE
Cinderella Thanks to Fabian Murphy for showing the piece of video on Facebook from the 1985 pantomine, Cinderella, which we had in the Emyvale Inn and also in St. Macartan’s Hall, Monaghan in 1985. It was produced by Tony Hennessy and was a huge success and involved a big number both on stage and off stage and Frank Murphy was very supportive and helpful and to have the Panto recorded for posterity was fantastic. Unfortunately some of those involved have gone to their eternal rest including Sinead Murphy, Seamus McCluskey and Moira Kavanagh. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6OhwX7GF ns might give you a link or go to Fabian’s Facebook.
The Community Buddy/Peer Support Programme The Community Buddy team calls on all community and residents' groups to join our free online Peer-Support Training Programme. Peer support is emotional and practical support between two people who share a common experience, and/or lived experiences. Our training provides Peer-Supporters with the tools to cope when wanting to help a peer who has a mental health issue, or who just needs to talk through a problem. Learn how to: - Provide strong support for peers who are dealing with a mental health issue - Provide a listening ear and show empathy to those in mental health distress - Support peers so they may take positive, resilience-enhancing actions and adopt positive coping strategies - Identify significant levels of distress and, if necessary, mentor individuals to seek appropriate professional help June Training Dates Course: 'Community Buddy’ Training Programme Delivery: Online via Zoom (*free to all community and residents' groups) • 2 full days 9.30am to 5pm each day: Thursday 16th and Friday 17th June OR • 4 evenings over 2 weeks 7pm to 10pm each night: Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st June & Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th June Full details including registration are available at: https://www.cycleagainstsuicide.com/register-to-become- community-buddy/ The Community Buddy Initiative Cycle Against Suicide created the Community Buddy Initiative as a platform for peer-support within communities in a drive to promote a positive mental health dialogue among peers as a critical part of suicide prevention. The idea is to provide a safe place for an individual 'to have a chat' with 'a buddy' in their community or community group. Community members are trained as Buddies and learn how to have this 'chat' through a structured but supportive conversation in a safe and non- judgemental space. We equip Buddies to cope when wanting to help someone with a mental health issue, or someone who just needs to talk through a problem, and to learn how to gently encourage that person, when and if necessary, to take that important first step to contact the professional mental health services available. Buddies join our Buddy Community on our 'Buddy Chat' App through which meetings are arranged and where Buddies can access wellbeing support and keep updated on further training.