“It’s easier to build strong children than to repair broken adults.” F. Douglas



Since 2017 BeWell-DoWell have been working with schools and organisations in prioritising mental fitness through the delivery of tailored education and training. We have also worked with the School Completion Programme (funded by TUSLA). Our experience has shown us the value of common language and knowledge in the area of mental health. A whole school approach has huge benefits in this regard.

The talks provide schools with practical and evidenced-based strategies and a comprehensive list of resources for further support.

All of our talks reflect best practice as in line with the Department of Education and Skills Well-being Policy Statement and Framework for Practice 2018-2023: “Current research indicates that what is most beneficial in the promotion of well-being in education is to adopt a multi-component, whole school and evidence-informed approach”.

The following talks are available for both primary schools and secondary schools:

Primary School Talks*

  • School staff – Croke Park hours (1.5 hours)
  • Parents (Evening talk – 2 hours)
    • Orientation sessions for 1st Year parents (focus on dealing with transitions)
  • Students (5th/ 6th Class: 45 mins.)
  • Mental Fitness Sessions – for School Wellbeing Weeks

Secondary School Talks*

  • School Staff – Croke Park hours (1.5 hours)
  • Parents (Evening talks – 2 hours)
    • Orientation sessions for  1st Year parents (focus on dealing with transitions)
  • Students (1st-6th Years: 45-60 mins.)
    • Managing anxiety during exams
    • Mental Fitness Sessions for School Well-being Weeks

Content of Talks

  1. What is mental health?
  2. Understanding our brain
  3. Managing overwhelming emotions
  4. Understanding and managing anxiety
  5. Develop cognitive strategies
  6. How to build resilience


*Prices available on request. Follow this link to contact us.