Free Workshop

Living Well with Chronic Pain for 18-30 year olds

The HSE in conjunction with Chronic Pain Ireland is supporting Pain Awareness Month.  We are offering a specific 
Living Well with Chronic Pain free online group programme for people aged between 18-30 years of age.  These are delivered over seven workshops delivered via WebEx.  Each workshop lasts 2 and a half hours, along with a preliminary introduction session of 1 and a half hours. This weekday programme will commence on October 26th from 7:00pm-9.30pm and will run once a week over the seven week period.

The HSE - Living well Programmes

What is the Living Well Programme?

Living Well is a free group self-management programme. Self-management is what a person does every day to manage their long-term health condition. This may include making choices to improve your health such as becoming more active, eating more healthily and stopping smoking. It may also include more complex tasks such as taking medication, monitoring your symptoms, coping with the emotional aspects of the condition and communicating with healthcare professionals.

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Learning to Cope with Pain and becoming resilient (Cork)

CPI are holding a half day session on Learning to Cope with Pain and becoming resilient.  The session is being delivered by Eileen Hopkins who is a member of our Governing Body, is a qualified Nurse and Life Coach. Having coached many people with chronic pain, Eileen will outline coping strategies and show how it is possible to go from being a victim of pain to becoming your own pain manager.  She will also give an in-depth talk about how to build back up resilience which is the ability to withstand physical and emotional stresses.

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