This free event by Donegal Mind Wellness is open to anyone who cares about their mental health.
Majella O’Donnell is preparing to welcome attendees to a special evening around mental health this Tuesday, October 10th.
Majella is the founder of Donegal Mind Wellness and is a prominent advocate for mental health awareness.
She has extended an open invitation to everyone in Donegal to join the free event in An Grianan Theatre Letterkenny.
“Open to anyone who cares about their mental health. You’re all very welcome,” Majella told her followers.
The entertaining evening is set to be an important celebration of World Mental Health Day, with music, chat, debate and drama.
Majella will be sharing her views on mental health in Ireland and in the workplace. Majella, who lives with depression, will be sharing advice on self care in today’s busy world.
The thought-provoking theatre company Bread & Roses will be perforning a short comical drama about how work can influence our mental health.
Letterkenny musician Brighdín Carr will perform a song she wrote that was inspired by Majella. Bri heard Majella speak about her journey through life with all its ups and downs, and turned this into a song people will hear on the evening.
There will be a topical Mental Health debate between two teams of local wise heads, with the audience deciding who will lift the Donegal Mind Wellness Debating Trophy.
There will be a raffle on the night for some great prizes. There will also be some local services set up downstairs in the theatre providing information about their services.
The event begins at 8pm on Tuesday 10th October.
Donegal Mind Wellness is a charity founded by Majella O Donnell in conjunction with volunteers and help from the HSE in Donegal. It promotes stress control practices though courses run thoughout Donegal. To date, over 3,000 have attended the classes and availed of the encouragement and support for people to mind their own mental health.
To find out about events and stress control courses, visit donegalmindwellness.ie