Peer support

Let's Talk About It - Support Services

Peer support

Peer support provides a place where participants can share lived experiences and advice with each other. There are different types of groups where you can talk via instant chat, phone in or on Zoom, all that aim to:

  • Provide a safe space for you to speak openly about experiences, feelings and thoughts
  • Create a supportive community to share advice and coping mechanisms with each other
  • Be a place where you can feel heard and understood

Life Skills Group Programme

The Life Skills Group Programme will teach attendees how to better cope with the stresses of everyday life, recognise and manage unhelpful thoughts, learn new ways of thinking and ultimately begin the journey to a healthier and more confident life. Developed by the renowned cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) specialist, Dr. Chris Williams, the programme is specifically designed to help people learn more about how we think and how this can influence our actions in helpful or unhelpful ways.

Next available start dates:

  • Thursdays 7:30PM-9PM, 21st of October

Aware Support & Self Care Groups

Charity Aware provide two offerings for Support & Self-Care Groups - Phone-in Support & Zoom Support.

Participants can share their experience and offer an exchange of thoughts and techniques around self-care and resilience in a supportive, confidential and proactive environment. These are safe spaces that provide an opportunity for people who are experiencing anxiety, mild to moderate depression, bipolar disorder and mood related conditions to talk openly.

Phone-in support & self care group

  • The group is facilitated by Aware trained volunteers
  • Groups are limited to 10 people (8 participants and 2 volunteers)
  • The meeting will run for 60 minutes
  • Meetings take place weekly

Zoom support & self care group

  • The group is facilitated by Aware trained volunteers
  • Groups are limited to 9 people [7 participants and 2 volunteers]
  • The meeting will run for 60 minutes.
  • Groups take place via Zoom weekly

Who are Aware?

Aware is the national organisation providing free support, education and information services to those impacted by anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and related mood conditions. Aware was founded in 1985 by Dr. Patrick McKeon and a small but dedicated team of volunteers, many of whom had their own personal experience with depression, or bipolar disorder.

Other support services

Find out more about the different mental health support services available to INMO members.

One-to-one support

INMO's 24hr Counselling Phone Line, 50808 Text About It and EAP

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CBT courses on stress, sleep and resilience, as well as guides and other supports.

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Bespoke webinars on topics selected by INMO members

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Bespoke Webinars for INMO Members

INMO members selected the topics that they want to see... and Zevo Health are creating them as pre-recorded webinars so you can watch them at at time that suits you best.

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