Wellness Workshop


What is the Wellness Workshop?

A Wellness Workshop is a day for you to take time out and learn a wide range of practical tools and tips that you can use in your everyday life to improve your own wellness. These one-day workshops aim to help you understand and take charge of your own mental health. The workshop is for anyone and everyone as we all have mental health!

How is the Wellness Workshop Run?

Workshops are informal and relaxed. They are facilitated by people with both lived life experience of mental health difficulties, and people with experience of working in various mental health arenas.  A comprehensive Wellness Workbook to support you in maintaining your daily wellness is also included along with light refreshments on the day.

Attending A Wellness Workshop?

Thanks to the National Office for Suicide Prevention and the amazing people all over the country who fundraise for us, there is no charge to attend this programme. Our workshops are open to anyone over 18.



If you would like to come along to one of our Wellness Workshops but don’t see a date suitable on the programme calendar – please register your interest below and we will keep you informed on upcoming programmes in your community!

Wellness Workshop Information

Connecting For LifeThe participants of this one day programme will take away:

– Relaxation and stress management
– How to bring calm to your life
– The relationship between thoughts and emotions
– How to develop a wellness toolkit and daily wellness plan
– An introduction to mindfulness and meditation
– The Workshops have been evaluated by Trinity College Dublin, who captured the many voices of the participants throughout the nation (* You can read the Wellness Workshop Evaluation Key Findings here

The Wellness Workshop is in line with Strategic Goals 1 and 3 of Connecting for Life:
Goal 1: To improve the nation’s understanding of, and attitudes to, suicidal behaviour, mental health and wellbeing;
Goal 3: To target approaches to reduce suicidal behaviour and improve mental health among priority groups.

This programme is run to the highest standards of practice and service delivery and is underpinned by an evaluation framework as required by ‘Connecting for Life’.