January 2022 Newsletter

January 2022 newsletter

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A Deeper Look at Stress

Grow member George brings us through the causes, patterns and, most important. tools for minimising stress in your life. A timely article for the time of year!

December 2021 Newsletter

December 2021 Newsletter

Our final newsletter of 2021 is full of seasonal cheer, creativity from our talented Grow members, recruitment notices and so much more. From all of us at Grow Mental health, have a safe, restful, and connected holiday.

Recruitment: Administrator for Eastern and Western Regions (Part-time)

We are Hiring

Marie’s Story

People come to their first Grow meeting for many reasons. Marie’s story is her own, but might sound familiar to so many. Read here how Grow Mental Helath helped Marie to feel connected and strong after a very difficult time in her lfe.

Recruitment: Administrator, 16 Hours/Week, National Support Office

We are Hiring

Grow Mental Health is Ireland’s largest community-based mental health organisation and has been helping people on the road to mental health recovery for over 50 years. We hold peer-support groups across Ireland each week. GROW groups follow a practical programme and provide mutual help and support to anyone experiencing mental health difficulties or struggling with […]

Eastern Region Winter Newsletter

Enjoy the news, creative content, food for thought, updates from the Grow Mental Health Eastern Region. NLGrowWinter2021

Take a Breath

Caroline Crotty and the Physiological Sigh

by Caroline Crotty Anyone who knows me is aware that at every opportunity, I recommend learning how to control our breath and breathing. I even go so far as to suggest that when you learn that skill, it is life-changing. Our typical, everyday breathing takes place without us ever having to pay attention to it, it […]

Area Coordinator (Midlands Region, Athlone)

Grow Mental Health is currently seeking to recruit an Area Coordinator, Part-Time, based in Althlone with travel throughout the Midlands Region.

November 2021 Newsletter

We’ve had a busy Autumn season at Grow Mental Health. Our members and staff have been getting back to in-person meetings, organising events, and putting on impactful community education programs. Grab a cuppa and relax while you catch up on all of the news from our last month.