Catch up on WIMS Live

Catch up on all the mental health information and stories of lived experience from WIMS Live.

WIMS Live 2022 has been all about shining a light on some mental health difficulties that are less talked about or less understood, such as psychosis, personality disorders, and bipolar disorder.

Throughout the week of the campaign, we're sharing brand new videos and expert information from clinicians in St Patrick's Mental Health Services (SPMHS); personal stories of mental health journeys and recovery from people who have gone through challenges themselves; and much more.

You can see all the content from our 2022 WIMS Live programme below. 

Sharing lived experience

We kicked the week off with a live launch event on World Mental Health Day, hosted by RTÉ's Jan Ní Fhlanagáin. The event focused on hearing from mental health advocate Charlotte Frorath; SeeChange ambassador Gary Anderson; and former Dublin GAA minor and Under 21s hurler, Cormac Ryan.

Youth mental health

Day Five of WIMS Live was all about exploring youth mental health. Adolescence is an important time for personal development but also a time when mental health difficulties can emerge for the first time, including some of those we explored through WIMS Live. We looked at what that experience for young people can be like, and encouraged young people to reach out if they need help: remember, recovery is possible.

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If you're affected by anything raised in WIMS Live, support is available.

If you're affected by anything raised in WIMS Live, support is available.