It's Ok To Not Be Ok
A Mental Health Documentary from Cork
A group of women discuss and share what mental health means to them, both on an individual and a cultural level, the importance of naming what you are dealing with, how they gauge their own mental health and what tips and steps they take to maintain good mental health, including seeking and accepting help, be it from friends or through various types of therapy.
‘It’s OK To Not Be Ok’ is a documentary co-created by Good Day Cork and Deborah Oniah, a post graduate in trauma studies at UCC. Edited by Daniel Clancy and music by Justin Grounds. Supported by Career Training Internships. Warm shout out to Clare Keogh for the photography.