• Feel Good about yourself @ Dublin Pride 2013

    Pride is a time of celebration but also a time for supporting one another. This Pride, a number of Ireland’s LGBT organisations BeLonG To, GLEN, Outhouse and TENI have partnered with See Change to get the LGBT community talking about mental health.

          

    Dont miss these specially commissioned mental health events in the Dublin Pride 2013 calendar

    Acting Out, Drama Workshop -with Director and Drama Facilitator Howard Lodge 

  • Date: June 10th
  • Time: 6pm – 7.30pm
  • Outhouse, 105 Capel Street
  • Free of charge. All welcome. Contact Outhouse 
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    Soapbox session -showcase event highlighting LGBT mental health issues through performances, testimonials and entertainment

    • Date: June 22nd
    • Time: 1pm – 3pm
    • Outhouse, 105 Capel Street
    • Free of charge. All welcome. Contact Outhouse 

    BeLonGTo Sunday - facilitated workshop on mental health, exploring the ways in which these issues can affect young LGBT people and offer suggestions on ways to deal with these challenges.

    • Date: 23rd June
    • Time: 3pm - 6pm
    • Outhouse, 105 Capel Street
    • Free of charge. This workshop is offered to all LGBT young people between the ages of 14-24. Registration is not necessary, just turn up on the day. Contact BeLonG To


    LGBT Mental Health Seminar for Professionals & Service Providers -facilitated by Odhrán Allen, GLEN Director of Mental Health

    • Date: June 26th
    • Time: 10am - 12pm 
    • 2041A Jonathan Swift Theatre, Trinity College Dublin
    • Free but registration is necessary – email info@glen.ie to book your place.

    Gotta Get It Out of My Head -art installations, spoken word performances, poetry, audience participation, music as well as Trans peer support group artists creating a work of art on the night. 

    • Date: 26th June
    • Time: 7.30pm – 10.30pm
    • Steambox Art Space, School Street
    • Free of charge. All welcome. Contact TENI

     

    These events at Pride 2013 are brought to you by BeLonG To Youth Services, the Gay & Lesbian Equality Network, TENI - Transgender Equality Network in Ireland, OUThouse and Sea Change the National Mental Health Stigma Reduction Partnership.