Caring for Well-being Course on Offer at Castleisland Family Resource Centre

S.H.E.P. Kerry members bringing their unique training approach and programme to Castleisland Family Resource Centre. Included from left are: Breda Kearney, Geraldine Finnegan, Alice Foley Tague, Sheila Fitzgerald and Deirdre O’Sullivan.

The Social and Health Education Project (SHEP) Caring for our Well-being course is being offered at Castleisland Family Resource Centre (FRC) starting on Wednesday, April 10th. from 7pm to 9:30pm and will run for eight weeks.

This is a short course run over eight weeks, which uses an experiential group work approach and will take your needs in account.

The course content includes topic areas like: What is well-being? How do I know when I’m well? What helps me stay well? What happens me when I’m feeling stressed and distressed? What can I do about it?

The course will also involve fun, nourishing activities which support well-being.

A Lovely Opportunity for You

“This is a lovely opportunity for some time for yourself and to gather a tool-kit of resources to support your health and well-being. The course is free supported by SHEP and Castleisland FRC,” said Liz Galwey of the host centre.

Healthy Food Made Easy

Healthy Food Made Easy is a fun course where you will learn to cook healthy meals on a budget. The course is run over six Thursdays from April18th to May 24th. From 10am to 12.30pm.

The emphasis throughout the course is on group learning and talking rather than formal teaching.

Contact Liz on 087-7553066 for more information or to book a place.

About SHEP in Kerry

SHEP is a not for profit community based training and development organisation established in 1986.

Its key areas of work includes: a unique training programme based on experiential group work approaches; advocacy; low-cost counselling; providing specialist support to community based organisations and international partnership.

SHEP works with people from all backgrounds but seeks to ensure the inclusion of people who are experiencing different kinds of disadvantage and distress. Its current areas of delivery reaches counties Cork, Kerry, Limerick and areas of the South East.
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