Welcome you to our website. If you avail of any of our services please be assured of our commitment to provide you with a warm welcome and caring support. We are always keen to hear your views, comments or suggestions regarding our services. If you require any additional information please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone us at 094 90 25900.
Cathal Kearney, Director.
NEW FAMILY CENTRE COURSES:
Our new Autumn / Winter Courses programme 2016 is available through the link below. Please have a browse through it to see if there is any course that you might like to do that would be helpful to you.
If you have any suggestions for courses that we might provide under the headings of Personal Development, Family and Parenting, Bereavement and Loss, Professional training for the helping professions such as counselling etc, or Faith and Spirituality we would like to hear from you. Email email@example.com
All of the work of the Family Centre concerns itself with encouraging & supporting good relationships between individuals & within families.
The services provided through the Centre, or with our support, include;
Counselling, Mayo Suicide Bereavement Liasion Service, Hope & Flourish Projects, Family Mediation, Rainbows, Bereavement Support, Faith development & formation, Educational Programmes, Parenting support, Legal advice, Money Advice & Budgeting Service,
Support for individuals and families bereaved by Suicide:
Over the past few years the Family Centre provide a service called the Mayo Suicide Bereavement Liaison Service which provides support to individuals and families affected by suicide. If you call the project worker Máire Ní Dhomhnaill on 0872172866 she will arrange to provide, or get you in contact with, whatever supports might suit you best. Máire is an accredited counsellor. Phone number is only available during normal work hours. Follow the link Mayo Suicide Bereavement Liaison Service to access some further details of the project. This service was evaluated by Dublin City University in 2015. A copy of their evaluation can be accessed through this link; Evaluation Mayo Suicide Bereavement Liaison Service 2015
For further information you can call the Centre on 094 9025900
If you require any additional information please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone us at 094 90 25900.
Also check out the website www.yourmentalhealth.ie for good quality information on mental health and wellbeing.
Ma theastaíonn breis eolas uait, seol ríomh phoist chuig email@example.com nó cuir glaoch ar 094 90 25900
|Relax and Stay Well CD||When someone you Love dies by suicide||HOPE DVD|
|This CD can help you to become more aware of how relaxing your body can also help to calm the mind and release stress and anxiety. It includes the following tracks (scroll along to the minutes indicated after each track) 1.Introduction to the CD 2. Sitting relaxation (3.06), 3. Blanket of Nourishment sitting relaxation (14.22) 4. Body Scan (22.37) 5. A nice piece of music (48.13) 6. “The “Five ways of Wellbeing” (52.45) positive messages that can help you keep balance in your life||This CD is an audio version of the booklet of the same name that is available through the Family Centre. It is written by people who have experienced suicide in their families or close to them. It outlines what they found could be helpful and unhelpful as they tried to cope with this tragedy in their lives. It is produced by the Mayo Suicide Bereavement Liaison Service which is based in the Family Centre.||This DVD briefly outlines how developing our interests and hobbies and social connections can add greatly to our quality of life and wellbeing. While the DVD is largely based around the HOPE project the Family Centre operates in Erris, this service is also available through the Flourish project based in the Family Centre in Castlebar. For further information contact the Centre.|