Highlighting how no-one is exempt from Mental Health issues, speakers, advocates and experts from a diverse range of backgrounds lined up to launch the 4th annual “Mental Health and Wellbeing Summit”!
11th October 2019, Croke Park Stadium
Croke Park Stadium played host yesterday to an impressive line-up of sporting stars, professionals and advocates in the field of Mental Health, all of whom gathered to officially launch the Summit.
Now in its fourth year, the “Mental Health & Wellbeing Summit” has established itself as the biggest and most genuine Mental Health information event on the calendar of Employers, Educators, Sporting and Medical professionals and the general public from all over Ireland. The summit is moving to Croke Park this year to accommodate bigger attendee numbers due to its continued growth.
The line up of speakers includes, Guinness World Record Holder Dr Sinead Kane; Jackie Fox who tragically lost her daughter to suicide and is now campaigning to change the law to make online bullying a criminal offence; GAA legend, Oisin McConville and Legendary Jockey, Johnny Murtagh who will both speak about their addictive behaviors and how they manage them. Sallyanne Clarke, Dr Colman Noctor, Prof Jim Lucey and many more.
The Summit will be hosted by MC, Brent Pope and will finish with with a motivational and uplifting performance from the DUBLIN GOSPEL CHOIR.
- Managing Anxiety & Depression
- Mental Health at Work
- Youth Mental Health
- Sports & Mental Health
- Family & Friends Support
- Suicide Prevention – What can we do?
- Using Social Media in a Positive Way
This year, companies, schools and colleges are booking groups of staff and students to attend to obtain as much information as possible about managing mental health at home, at work, in schools and in everyday lives. This trend is a great sign and proves that people are serious about improving mental health across all sectors.
Group Discounts and Student Rates Available