Well-being in the Irish secondary school: Reflections on a curricular approach

Schools and centres for education are increasingly positioned as playing a vital role in the promotion of young people’s mental health and well-being. Drawing on the example of Ireland’s reformed Junior Cycle curriculum (ages 12-15), we ask if the curriculum is the best means of nurturing positive mental health and well-being in schools.

Darkness, Wellness and Worldviews

The university’s role in shaping students’ experiences of mental health and distress.
Chapter in Mahon, A. (2022) The Promise of the University: Reclaiming, Humanity, Humility and Hope. Singapore, Springer.