Transgenerational Trauma Awareness Day Talk

Time: 10am -11.30am

Location: Zoom

Cost: Free

Join us for a live online event to launch the inaugural Transgenerational Trauma Awareness Day.

The event will give an overview of what transgenerational trauma is, highlight some of the latest findings and look at therapeutic approaches.

David Babington (Chief Executive at AMH) will host the event and will be joined by:

  • Professor Siobhan O’Neill – Mental Health Champion for Northern Ireland
  • Dr Clare Dwyer – Lecturer in Law at Queen’s University Belfast ‘It Didn’t End in 1998’ Report commissioned by CVSNI
  • Dr Ciara Downes – Consultant Clinical Psychologist at NHSCTrust

Read more about OUR Speakers here


About OUR Generation

A project supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).

The OUR Generation project has been created to provide a unique opportunity for communities, north and south of the border, to work together to halt the transgenerational impact of trauma and to build emotional resilience and peace for generations to come.

The three-year project will engage with 36,000 children, young people and their key contacts and will be delivered in education, youth and community settings, as well as in the Urban Village Areas of Northern Ireland and the border counties.

The OUR Generation project is a cross-border partnership of seven regional organisations, led by Action Mental Health Donegal, in association with Youth Service, Co-Operation Ireland, Youth Action NI, Youth Work Ireland, PlayBoard NI & Ulster University.

For more information on the project click HERE

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