Youth advocates create understanding, raise awareness of and promote youth mental health within their own community. They are also a key element of the youth voice and engagement approach within Jigsaw.
The Master of Arts in Advanced Facilitation Skills for Health and Well Being is an innovative practice orientated programme. This programme is for all people whose core work involves communication with others; it is an invaluable asset to many professionals such as Community, Social and Youth Workers, Teachers, Health Professionals, those in positions of management and those working with marginalised groups.
The Shaping Futures programme is a QQI accredited programme with participants working towards a QQI Level 4 major award in Employment Skills. The course includes 9 modules, volunteer work and an 8-week workplace internships which will draw on your life experiences, to enable you to continue on to employment or further education.
A pluralistic perspective is an integrative approach to Counselling and Psychotherapy that embraces and considers multiple causes and responses to psychological distress. The aim of the programme is to equip practitioners with an up to date, cutting edge training to meet the needs of contemporary society.
With a strong focus on excellence in clinical practice, learners are fully supported in making the transition from being a practising therapist with adults to clinical work with children and adolescents. A safe, nurturing environment is fostered through established links with an on-site placement centre.
Our free courses are for anyone aged 18+ with an interest in recovery and mental health. The topics of the courses are created and delivered by people with lived experience, family members and staff working within the mental health services. This is called co-production and means that everyone has a say in what goes into the courses.
The candidate should be operating at a senior level in a governance-related role / Company Secretary / role related to risk management, compliance or regulation & have a very good understanding of and interest in the nonprofit sector.
The OASIS programme (Opportunities Assisting Staying in School) works to address and hopefully prevent early school leaving. The programme is a joint initiative between Barnardos and Blanchardstown Youth Service.
The Irish Emergency Alliance members’ teams - ActionAid, Christian Aid, Plan International, Tearfund, Trócaire, World Vision - and local partners are on the ground, responding right now with staff and partners at the coalface in this unfolding emergency. Working together, we are supporting our international teams as they provide prompt support and emergency supplies including food, water, blankets, hygiene kits and shelter.
To plan, lead and evaluate, relaxing, safe, inclusive and engaging mindfulness sessions that will encourage relaxation, create a calm and safe environment for stress relief with the clients within Dublin Simon Community.
As a Board Member, you will regularly attend Board meetings which take place in a hybrid (attend either in person meetings or remote meetings) setting 10 times a year, sharing your knowledge and experience.
The Building Futures programme is a QQI accredited programme with participants working towards a level 5 major award in Community Development. This course includes workplace internships which will draw on participant’s life experiences to enable them to become community workers, peer educators, support workers and mentors.
Volunteer drivers transport patients from their homes to the hospital and return patients to their own homes after their appointments have finished. This service is specific to patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment.
We are looking for volunteers in Dublin and surrounding areas to volunteer in our Ladybird, Brownie & Guide units. This is a great opportunity to get involved with a youth organisation and expand your skills in this area.
Do you enjoy creating content for Social Media? We are looking for a volunteer to help with our social media pages. This is a great opportunity to get involved with a youth organisation and expand your skills in this area.
Join us for our 11th annual Head2Head Walk! Complete a 21km or 42km walk and help raise vital funds for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland. After a very successful Head2Head Walk in 2022 with amazing support from walkers across Ireland and Overseas we look forward to our 11th annual Head2Head Walk.
Dublin Outreach is an assertive street outreach service provided by Dublin Simon Community in partnership with the Dublin Region Homeless Executive. This service engages with adults who are rough sleeping, supports them into short term homeless accommodation, and makes appropriate referrals to permanent housing options especially Housing First.
The Women's Aid 24hr National Freephone Helpline offers confidential information, support and understanding to women in the Republic of Ireland, who are being abused by current or former boyfriends, partners or husbands.
Age Action’s Care and Repair does small DIY jobs, free of charge, for older people to help them maintain their homes and their independence. Operating in Cork, Dublin and Galway, Care and Repair does jobs that might be more difficult to complete as we get older but not big enough to call in a tradesperson.
Aware provides support services to individuals experiencing depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, or other mood related conditions as well as to people who are concerned about a loved one. All three support services are offered free of charge. Support Line and Support Mail are available seven days a week and Support & Self Care Groups take place daily.
This programme is particularly suitable for qualified counsellors and psychotherapists, or those who have completed previous counselling and psychotherapy and who now wish to build upon existing qualifications. IICP operate a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Policy whereby, under certain conditions, learners can gain access to the BSc (Hons) programme at an advanced stage.
The Summer Series Workshops will include CBT with Anxiety, An Introduction to Sand Tray Work, An Introduction to ACT and Compassion, Working with Sexual Offenders, Working with Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, Trauma, Neuroscience & Adolescence, Working Therapeutically with Dreams, Trauma Informed Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy & CBT with Depression.
This course is designed for people who wish to become professional therapists, or for those who have an opportunity to use counselling skills as part of their work. The programme will also appeal to a variety of professionals who wish to augment and build upon previous training in the addiction, social care, health, education, and mental health professions.
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