State of Mind have been invited to a meeting at Cork University today by Dr. Martin Lawlor to discuss the potential spread of State of Mind in Ireland

The meeting will discuss the idea from the Centre for Recovery and Social Inclusion at Cork University by supporting the transfer of State of Mind Rugby UK to Irish Sport as part of a pilot evaluation.

State of Mind Programme Director and Dr. Phil Cooper State of Mind Education and Welfare lead will be jetting out from Manchester this morning (Phil can be seen sporting the State of Mind tee-shirt in Cork)

Cork State of Mind

The discussion will also include a Skills Passport to facilitate the building of cross community resilience to life stress and mental health issues

Alan O Mara

State of Mind are honoured to be asked to participate in the potentially ground breaking meeting and would like to thank Martin for the invite and Malcolm for the ground work in preparing for the meeting.

GAA star Alan O’Mara talked of his issues last year