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Chronic Pain & Mental Health: Acceptance & Life Quality

April 25 @ 19:00 - 20:00

Chronic Pain & Mental Health: Acceptance & Life Quality

This month we focus on Acceptance, managing quality of life and thinking constructively

Chronic Pain Ireland has partnered with Turn2Me an Irish online mental health charity that provides free, anonymous and confidential online professional health services.  We’ve partnered to offer a series of specific chronic pain and mental health group sessions which at present are available to members of Chronic Pain Ireland.  This month we are exploring acceptance, managing quality of life and thinking constructively.

Chronic Pain Group sessions – Chronic Pain is invisible, you cannot show it to your doctor, friends, or family. There isn’t always a scar or any visual cues to the pain you are suffering. This peer support group is a place where you can seek support from others who suffer with chronic pain and can empathise with what you are
going through. At this group we will be looking and discussing ways to improve your:
 self care
 sleep
 emotional awareness
 your relationship with your body.

Why not take that step and communicate via instant chat with people with similar challenges and experiences you have. The group is completely anonymous offering you safety and a chance to be honest and authentic with what you are going through and hear from other members what has helped them and how they manage. Remember living with chronic pain, is day by day, slow and steady. To join this group you need to register as a user with Turn2Me and then register for the group in advance of the scheduled date and time. Well done, we look forward to virtually meeting you.

Chronic Pain Ireland in partnership with Turn2Me will facilitate a specific ‘chronic pain group counselling support group’ on the last Thursday evening of every month at 7pm.  This service is available to current members of Chronic Pain Ireland.

If you would like to learn more about CPI membership see here

About Turn2Me:

Turn2Me is supported by the HSE’s National Office for Suicide Prevention to deliver counselling online. Turn2me is a national mental health charity that was founded in 2009 by Oisin and Diarmuid Scollard, who tragically lost their brother, Cormac, to suicide in 2003. Turn2me offers adult counselling and support group services to adults and young people aged 12 plus. Turn2Me has helped over 120,000 people since it was set up in 2009. Turn2Me offers up to six free counselling sessions to adults living in Ireland.

Turn2Me also offer a wide range of online mental health supports that the general public can access online – To sign up or for more details please visit www.Turn2Me.ie

Details

Date:
April 25
Time:
19:00 - 20:00

 

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