Students are tackling the issue of mental health and reminding students that Talking is a sign of strength and that there is support available on campus and off campus no matter where you are located in Ireland. Recently Please Talk released funding to student groups to run mental health initiatives on their campus. Below is […]
Checkout what is happening on a campus near you. Throughout the year we have student’s running local events and initiatives on their campus as well as our larger national Please Talk campaigns.
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To begin I would like to draw attention to the fact that I refer to my Anxiety and OCD as the “illness” as this is exactly what it is. Over the past few years, the words mental health has become a lot more frequent in peoples dialogue. Isn’t it fantastic? Well, I think so. When […]
Knock, knock Who’s there? Anxiety Anxiety who? Anxiety who? Damn it, he got me again. We are Da Silly Heads. Our newly developed concept is aimed to Put a Face on Mental Health through visual representations of various mental health illnesses. Using sketched and graphically designed characters, we tell a personal story depicting situations that may […]
Malaysian Medics International Ireland (MMII) Galway under NUIG Malaysian Society in collaboration with PleaseTalk is organizing a mental health campaign to raise awareness on Positive Psychiatry and the use of Art as a form of therapy. This event takes place in Áras na Mac Léinn, NUIG from 10 am to 5pm on the 14th of March with a line-up of various activities including TED talks, […]
The UCD School of Psychology Youth Mental Health lab, in collaboration with PleaseTalk are hosting a student-focused, panel discussion on UCD campus to promote conversations about mental health. The focus of the panel discussion will be ‘Would you share your mental health story online?’ The panel discussion takes place in E14 Newman Building, Belfield Campus, […]
Please Talk was set up in 2007 in response to five students who lost a friend through suicide. They realised the importance of getting students to talk and seek help when in distress. Since then it is grown into a national campaign which signposts third level students to social supports available on and off campus. To celebrate this […]