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Technology for Wellbeing: Parallel two

Details from parallel two with presentations on different aspects of innovation, evaluation and emerging approaches to service delivery.

Technology for Wellbeing: Parallel one

Details of eight presentations from academics and service providers on different aspects of innovation, evaluation emerging approaches to service delivery.

Working on your college routine

It's nearly Halloween , but still settling into a routine for college can be a real challenge. We asked our Youth Network to share some tips to help. 
Working on your college routine

Starting college

This animation is based a story written by Louise O'Neill that featured in You, Me and Everyone We Know and animated by third year students in IADT.
Starting college

Rubberbandits’ Sonny’s powerful message

The Rubberbandits have released a new song 'Sonny' that will not only stay in your head but challenge some assumptions you might have about suicide.
Rubberbandits’ Sonny’s powerful message

Culture Night 2017

This year, Culture Night is on Friday, 22 September with events on nationwide. It's a great opportunity to do something different and celebrate the arts.
Culture Night 2017

Talking it out

Our friends over at Turn2me.org are introducing online support groups for 16 - 19 year-olds. Read more about the themes and how they work.
Talking it out

Back to school anxiety

We know that school is a great source of stress for youmany young people for many different reasons. Find out what you can do about back to school stress.
Back to school anxiety

Leaving Cert results: what next?

We talked to SPIN's 1038 about the next steps after getting your results and you can listen back to the podcast here. 
Leaving Cert results: what next?

Leaving Cert results day

Today, you find out if the hard graft and study has paid off and resulted in the number of points you were hoping and working for.
Leaving Cert results day

Celebrating Leaving Cert results night

Tomorrow will be a big night, no matter what results you get. Enjoy it, you've earned it. But, we just have a few tips for you to be mindful about alcohol.
Celebrating Leaving Cert results night

When someone communicates distress online

As most of us now spend a lot of our time online, it's a natural step that people use the medium to communicate feelings of great distress. 
When someone communicates distress online

Youth unemployment on the increase

James Doorley (NYCI) and Naoise Kavanagh (ReachOut), talk about the challenges for young people getting work on the Today Show with Sean O'Rourke, RTE Radio 1.
Youth unemployment on the increase

Game of Thrones or Game of Relationships?

In a realm of war and power, would you rather be the one with relationships providing support and firepower, or the one with no relationships and little defences?
Game of Thrones or Game of Relationships?

Listen: Discussing cyberbullying report

Naoise Kavanagh, from ReachOut Ireland talks to Ciara Plunkett on Kfm about findings from a new report about cyberbullying.
Listen: Discussing cyberbullying report

Every Brilliant Thing

A one-man play gives us insight to depression, positive mental health and the lengths we will go to for those we love. Based on true and untrue stories.
Every Brilliant Thing

Ed Sheeran shuts down online harassment

Recently quitting Twitter Ed Sheeran, shows us how to turn deal with negativity or online harassment we might face by taking control.
Ed Sheeran shuts down online harassment

Spider-Man: Homecoming and fitting in

We can all feel the need to fit in at some stage. Being a superhero is kind of the complete opposite to fitting in but, even so, we can relate to Spider-Man.
Spider-Man: Homecoming and fitting in

Shop for ReachOut.com merchandise

Support ReachOut Ireland while making a statement that you're an advocate of youth mental health!
Shop for ReachOut.com merchandise

Online sexual coercion

You may have heard of online sexual coercion cases, but there will be many you don't hear about, as people affected are generally too embarrassed to tell anyone.

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