Mental Health Trialogue Network, Ireland

What is Trialogue? - Liam MacGabhann and Paddy McGowan

Origins of Trialogue in Germany

‘Trialogue’ groups can help communities to change the perception that only those who work in the field of mental health are the experts in mental health. Mental health is everyone’s business, regardless of their background and experience.

A ‘Trialogue’ group is a neutral space where communities can gather to develop their understanding of mental health issues, the challenges of maintaining mental health and to transform thinking on developing better services and healthy communities.

Trialogue meetings are welcoming and inclusive of all community members, including mental health service users, carers, families friends, professionals and anyone with an interest in positive mental health in the community.

We hope that you take the opportunity to become involved in your local meeting near you. Check out where Trialogue meetings are happening around Ireland by clicking on Trialogue groups.

8th Open Dialogue Symposium 22nd Jan 2015 - download flyer

For more information about Open Dialogue

Mental Health Trialogue Network Information Flyer


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