Exciting news! We have been appointed as the official charity partner of the Football Association of Ireland. FAI staff selected us as their preferred choice to work with for the next two years.
Jigsaw Youth Advisory Panel member Josh, talks to Jigsaw Clinician Jen about ways to manage anxiety.
Josh and Jen discuss how you can recognise the signs and symptoms of anxiety.
Sinead, a Jigsaw Clinician, talks to Josh, one of our young volunteers about stress; when it can be good for us, and when it can become a problem.
Alan, Jigsaw clinician, talks about positive thinking, having a balanced perspective on life and how you can practice gratitude.
Based on the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’ report 2008, we have outlined five things yo can do to help your mental health.
Jigsaw Clinician Deirdre answers frequently asked questions around sleep.
Jigsaw volunteer Sinead from Galway looks back on her experience of the past year (2020).
Whether we are feeling run down, experiencing low mood, or are in crisis we all need to reach out for support sometimes. You are not alone.
Recent research conducted by Orgyen and the World Economic Forum highlighted that 87% of the global population is affected by mental health difficulties. This can either be through individuals’ own experience or that of someone close to them.
Time spent online and social media are commonly viewed as the root causes of any problem that young people face.
As the pandemic went on, we became more reliant on technology for a sense of connectedness. For the majority of us, work and education relied on a stable internet connection. Digital communication with friends, family, teachers, colleagues and classmates was never more important for us to have access to.
However, when we ask young people how long they spend online, they often refer to this amount as bad or negative. We’re all guilty of mindless scrolling at times, but does that make it bad?
In this article, you will find: