The public health situation over the last 6 months has been challenging for everyone and brought significant stresses across all areas of society. The ongoing situation makes it important that we individually and as communities look at how we can best 'Care for Our Wellbeing'.

This course is for people who would like to work together with others in a supportive environment to explore ways to enhance their well-being and ways of managing stress. 


What's involved? 

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the following questions in an enjoyable, interactive way:

  • What is well-being?
  • How do I know when I’m well?
  • What helps me stay well?
  • What happens to me when I’m feeling stressed and distressed?
  • What can I do about it?

The course will include topics such as:

  • Communication for health and well-being
  • Self-support and Self-esteem
  • Setting healthy limits for myself
  • Understanding my feelings
  • Stress management skills
  • Gathering resources to support my well-being
  • Developing my own wellness plan 
  • Identifying my networks of support

This is a FREE course commencing on Wednesday, October 14th until Thursday, December 9th on Wednesday nights from 7pm to 9pm for 8 weeks.

Register Your Interest

The course is open to people from all walks of life. No prior qualifications are needed — just a willingness to be personally involved and to interact with others.  

Support is available prior to the course to get on-line and join into Zoom. Ballyhoura Development have put together some downloadable guides to using Zoom. You may find it useful to follow the steps outlined in these guides:

Learn how to use Zoom


This course is delivered by SHEP, The Social & Health Education Project in collaboration with Hospital FRC, Croom FRC and Ballyhoura Development and funded through Healthy Ireland and SICAP.


Related training

If you are interested in the above training, you may also be interested in another course in this suite of training: