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From: ULStudent:ELAINE.CAHILL <>
Date: Tue 6 Oct 2020, 14:35
Subject: Final opportunity to take part in the Mental Health in Sport workshop for FREE


The response and feedback to the workshop below has been phenomenal that we have decided to run one final workshop (for free) as part of my thesis before it gets rolled out nationwide (at a cost)
The workshop, delivered by accredited Sport Psychologist, Nollaig O Sullivan, will be held on Monday 12th October from 7pm – 9.30pm via Zoom. The workshop is available to sports coaches from grassroots to elite and support staff such as strength and conditioning coaches, physios and nutritionists who work with sports teams who would like to learn how to recognise the signs and symptoms of depression and anxiety and be given the tools in order to reach out to someone they feel may need a conversation.
I would appreciate you sharing this info with your network. Should anyone be interested in attending please ask them to complete this questionnaire which will take a max of 12 minutes
If the above date doesn’t suit people but they would like to attend a workshop in the future, or have one hosted at their club/organisation, due to such interest this study has created (one of my aims!) Nollaig will be delivering these workshops at a cost following this study. Please contact her directly on if you are interested.
I shall leave you with some feedback which has been shared about the workshops so far;
“An absolutely brilliant, informative webinar. Would definitely see this as something that could and should be rolled out to sporting organisations nationally. The information was easy to absorb and relevant to anybody who wanted to learn.”
“Really enjoyed it, something every coach should have to do!”
“The content of the webinar was excellent”
“It was very informative and gave me food for thought as well as new skills and greater confidence in approaching and speaking to an athlete who I suspect is going through a tough time.”
Thank you for your help in promoting my research study, it is very much appreciated.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
Le gach dea-ghuí, 
Elaine Cahill
Postgraduate Student, University of Limerick