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Mental Wellness Meets Street Art

Artists name: ADW
Location: Sullivan’s Quay, Cork

Reflecting Ireland’s artistic culture and community, three Irish street artists will be painting murals depicting their artistic interpretation of mental wellbeing in Dublin, Cork and Galway. 

This piece by Street Artist ADW aims at increasing mental health awareness by using street art's power to create a unique energy that connects and make a positive impact to people's lives.

SilverCloud® by Amwell® is a clinically proven digital mental health and wellbeing platform, providing the HSE-funded national Guided Digital Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) service. 


Working with three street artists, the art aims to raise awareness of the services in Ireland and to destigmatise the barriers surrounding accessing mental health care.

The locations of the artwork in Dublin, Galway and Cork reflect the top referring counties, with GPs and therapists utilising the evidence-based mental health programmes for their patients. 

How can I get access to SilverCloud® programmes?

Access to the SilverCloud® programmes require a referral from one of the below sources; the platform is not available via SilverCloud® directly.



Health Insurers

Select Health Plans feature access to SilverCloud® programmes for their members. Speak to your Health Insurer to see if SilverCloud is available to you.



Either directly or through a Health Insurer, employees at some large brands can gain access to SilverCloud® programmes. Speak to your HR team or check your health plan to see if you have access. 


Speak to your GP or Therapist

  •  GPs
  • Primary Care Workers
  • Psychologists & Therapists
  • Jigsaw (Ireland)

Higher Education

Students at some of the top universities globally can gain access to SilverCloud® programmes via their student services department.

Universities in Ireland such as;

  • Trinity College

  • University College Dublin

  • (NCI) National College of Ireland

  • (UCC) University College of Cork

  • Maynooth University 

  • (UCD) University College of Dublin

  • (DCU) Dublin City University

  • (NUIG) National University of Galway,

  • (UL) University of Limerick.

Universities in UK such as;

  • The University of Edinburgh

  • University of Essex

  • Durham University

  • University of Sunderland in London

  • Lancaster University

  • Nottingham Trent University


What is the SilverCloud® platform? And how can I use it?

SilverCloud® by Amwell is an evidence based digital mental health platform you can access on your mobile, tablet or laptop 24/7.

Our interactive programmes are created by experts, backed by research and based on cognitive behaviourial therapy (CBT). They are designed to help people explore their thoughts and feelings whilst learning tools to help manage their mental health.

Individuals can use the SilverCloud® platform in a variety of ways, and across a wide range of mental health and wellness topics;

  • Programmes can be explored independently with referral from one of the sources mentioned below

  • Access might be provided whilst awaiting an appointment with a therapist

  • Programmes can be used in-between therapy appointments

  • As a tool post therapy to help stay on track.

The Walls Project Street Art Your Mind
is Like a Garden
Nurture &
Care for it


Irish street artist ADW explores the complex relationship and challenges between our creativity, individuality and expression in modern society. He combines street art and digital design background to create engaging works of art that depict his perspective of the world around him.

After five years studying Animation in Ballyfermot College, Dublin, he moved to Britain to work in the computer games industry. As a determined creative and social activist, the economic collapse in Ireland provided the backdrop for much of his art and street-art, earning him much acclaim and recognition in the process.

His art attempts to reflect the everyday hopes and fears of the ordinary people. Laced with satire and burnt by honesty, his pieces are often imbued with a dash of acerbic humour.

The Making of the Artwork