As part of the experience, participants may be equipped with one of our advocacy packs, enabling them to visually advocate through our advocacy products. To enquire, please use the contact box at the bottom of the page or email us at email@example.com.
Stigma Is Silly : Workshop Experience
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Given the current climate, Clearstream Cork engaged with Da Silly Heads to host their Mental Health Visual Advocacy Workshops for our employees. We were delighted that the interest was so high that we ended up hosting three workshops.
We were highly impressed that each participant of the workshops received a Da Silly Bobble Hat, that was delivered directly to their home with an individual note of acknowledgment. We received such positive feedback from everyone that attended the workshops and will continue to work with Dan & Mike this year and the future. The personal story and honesty thought-out the workshops really resonated with everyone.
I couldn’t recommend Dan & Mike enough; extremely engaging and authentic individuals that are really making a difference in the mental health space.
Brendan Ahearne, Human Resources, Clearstream Cork
If you are looking for a training to improve your employee wellbeing and spark an authentic conversation around Mental Health, I can recommend without hesitation the training workshop by Dan O’ Mahony and Da Silly Heads. I recently organized and attended a training workshop for an ERG (Employee Resource Group) with Da Silly Heads. I found it not just to be unique end engaging but also highly impactful. They (Dan and Mike) create a psychologically safe place using a number of methodologies.
The session is interactive. Da Silly Heads make an appearance and their meanings are clearly and compassionately explained.
Organizing the training with Dan was an absolute ease. He is very professional, willing to troubleshoot and has a lot of integrity.
Looking forward to working with Dan and Mike again!
Clare Kennelly – Founder of Inclusive World Training