Cycle Against Suicide
Following unprecedented demand, Dr Gavin has accepted to do a second evening on her talk on 'Understanding Anxiety in Teenagers' and 'Understanding Depression in Teenagers'. Dr. Gavin has also offered to do a talk on 'Anxiety and Treatment' with us in April.
We are delighted and honoured that Dr. Blanaid Gavin will be joining us again. https://people.ucd.ie/blanaid.gavin
1. 'Understanding Anxiety in Teenagers' and 'Understanding Depression in Teenagers' with Dr. Blanaid Gavin via zoom on Thursday, March 30th from 7-9pm.
2. 'Anxiety and Treatment' with Dr. Blanaid Gavin via zoom on Thursday, April 20th from 7-9pm
To receive the zoom links to join these upcoming talks, please register at: https://www.cycleagainstsuicide.com/parent-talks/
Our Parents Talks are free to parents. Demand is very high and places are limited so we run entry to the talk on a first-come basis. We are unable to provide a recording so please do show on the night. Although we will do our utmost to accommodate everyone, once capacity is reached, we are unable to allow any further entries.
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Important information January 2023
As you will see from the adjacent poster, our Transition Year Enterprise students with the wonderful support of Ms. Moran are hosting a Christmas market on Tuesday 20th of December. All students will be brought down across the day to view and purchase.
This event was a fantastic success last year, and we want to expand it this year to include parents. All parents are invited to attend which will be held in the Sportshall from 3pm onwards.
“Building Connectedness In Our School Communities”, a series of online talks are now available for post primary schools throughout Co. Wexford. Wexford Children and Young People’s Services Committee (CYPSC) developed this series of talks and the team here in the HSE Regional Suicide Resource Office is a partner in the initiative.
Building ConnectednessThere are nine individual talks available and they are specifically targeted at teachers, parents and young people with three talks for each cohort. The talks are of very high quality and feature inputs from professionals in the area of mental health and resilience. They are a valuable resource for the wider school community especially now as you are dealing with unprecedented times where the issues facing school staff are especially challenging. To access the talks click HERE
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