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Cost of Facilitator Training

Aug 24, 2017
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Narrative 4 Ireland’s The Empathy Project is supported by Rethink Ireland. The cost of the training is €450 but is generously subsidised by Rethink Ireland to the value of €300. Meaning you pay €150.

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About the Training

Aug 24, 2017
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The Narrative 4 Facilitator training will give you the skills to effectively deliver a Story Exchange programme in your school/ youth group. You will be given access to an online toolkit and become a member of a growing community of practitioners. The CPD (Certified Professional Development) online training consists of 3 online modules and mentorship.

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Aug 24, 2017
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The Story Exchange is an evidence-based methodology, which teaches young people social and emotional skills and improves well-being. The Story Exchange increases peer support and instills a sense of resilience and belonging by reducing feelings of isolation.

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Limerick City Tidy Towns Winner 2017

Aug 14, 2017
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Our Empathy Centre won the Limerick City Tidy Towns overall building of the year in 2017! The award recognized the renovation of a disused library space into a 21st century civic space.

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Scientific Evidence

Oct 1, 2016
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“The students at the N4 Schools experienced all positive emotions more frequently than the national sample. […] The feelings fear, discouraged, hopeless, and sad were less frequent at the N4 Schools than in the national sample, with differences of more than five percentage points between both samples. […] The experience that bullying at school was…

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Dr. James Lawlor

Sep 21, 2016
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Regional Director, Ireland

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The Empathy Centre, Limerick

Sep 18, 2016
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In June 2016, with the help of Limerick City and County Council and JP McManus Benevolent Fund, Narrative 4 Ireland opened a state-of-the-art creative facility in Limerick in a renovated a dilapidated Georgian townhouse that once served as a public library on O’ Connell Street.

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Staff

Aug 27, 2016
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James Lawlor (Regional Director, Ireland), Rachel Guinane (Assistant), Geraldine Duggan (Accounts and Payroll). Facilitators: Bernardine Carroll (Project Worker), Ruth Gilligan, Sheila Quealey, Caitlin Lewis, Richie Hannafin, Sheila Richardson, Paula McGrath, Ann Blake, Roisin Meaney, Pete Mullineux and Helena Close. COOP Interns: Jenny Grace and Christian Lynch.

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Narrative 4 Ireland: Governance

Aug 27, 2016
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Narrative 4 Ireland is a company limited by guarantee registered in Dublin Ireland. Company Number: 594852. We are also registered with the Charities Regulator of Ireland as a registered charity. Our RCN number is 20155254. CHY Number: 22037 Auditor Liston Longergan Meade, 4 Cornmarket Row, Limerick. Audited Accounts 2020 Financial Statements 2019 Financial Statements 2018…

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The issue

Aug 26, 2016
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The problem Narrative 4 Ireland addresses is poor youth mental health. Our plugged-in, high pressure culture is leading to a decrease in self-regulation, perspective taking, peer support and empathy levels in youth.

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