Mental Health Week 2019

In today’s’ world, 1 in 4 people will deal with mental illness in their lifetime. As Mental Health service providers, here at Highfield Healthcare, we are proud to support many individuals on their mental health journey. During Mental Health week, it is important to raise awareness about mental health and speak out in support of those experiencing difficulty. This year, we have undertaken a number of projects to do our bit.

For the second year in a row, Hot Press has teamed up with Lyons Tea and Pieta House for a special issue, which takes an in-depth look at the important issue of mental health. Here at Highfield Healthcare, we were delighted to get involved again, with Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Miriam Kennedy detailing our newest initiative in partnership with Aware Ireland and Dublin Fingal Rotary Club. You can read the full article here; Highfield Healthcare Article | Hotpress 2019

 

World Mental Health Day falls on the 10th of October each year and is the perfect time to reflect on our own mental health. Below is a video we put together with the help of some of our staff members. We asked individual to share what things they do, in order to look after there mental health. Perhaps this might encourage you to examine what activities or occupations help you to relax and stay balanced?

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