Mary Clare Douglas is our Clinical Online Services Manager and we recently caught up with her to talk about Jigsaw’s online services and the difference they are making for young people.
This year, in advance of Dublin Pride 2022, Jigsaw Dublin City, together with North Fingal and Dublin South West, organised a creative day for its Youth Advocates to design placards ahead of the Parade on Saturday, 25 June.
The parade itself hasn’t happened since 2019 due to the pandemic so this year’s event will bring so much excitement and pride to the streets of Dublin.
We are delighted to share with you, ten minutes with Dawn O’Higgins of Jigsaw which appeared in The Irish Times.
Meet a Senior Clinician making a real difference to young people’s mental health.
Lidl Ireland is delighted to announce it is extending its charity partnership with Jigsaw, for a further two years.
As part of the new partnership, the retailer has pledged to raise €2.5 million for Jigsaw who provides free confidential professional support to young people aged 12-25, across Ireland.
Jigsaw are pleased to announce that we’ve teamed up with Horse Sport Ireland to help deliver our online course, One Good Coach™.
Without the support of our amazing fundraisers like Lucy, our work here at Jigsaw would not be possible. Over the summer of 2021, Lucy O’Sullivan cycled the Wild Atlantic Way to support young people’s mental health…
Sixth year student Jen talks to college student Emmet about how she manages the stress of the Leaving Cert exams.
Jigsaw Youth Advisory Panel member Josh, talks to Jigsaw Clinician Jen about ways to manage anxiety.
Linda, Jigsaw clinician goes through examples of self-care and how we can look after ourselves during this period of lockdown.
Jen, Jigsaw clinician, talks about feelings of anxiety and what we can do about them.