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This month, Sallyann O’Sullivan launches her new wellness talks series. As part of this series, a natural wellness conference will take place at Salt in Galway Crystal on March 20.
January sees the launch of a number of classes and workshops at Strive Clinic, Galway.
At Holistic Health & Stress Clinic, Dr Bhatti specialises in painful conditions and weight loss the natural way!
The Clinic of Complementary and Natural Medicine was established by Dr Bhatti in 1989.
A new psychotherapy practice has opened in Athlone, offering professional and confidential psychotherapy and counselling services to people in the Midlands.
The Galway Rape Crisis Centre is running an intensive 14 day training for counsellors and psychotherapists who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills for working in this complex area. GRCC maintains a very high standard of counselling expertise in its work – all its counsellors are fully qualified and/or accredited with IAHIP/IACP and have additional expertise in the area of sexual violence.
An innovative parenting course which will be held in the city in September will examine issues such as limits and boundaries, childhood anxiety, tantrums, and sibling rivalry.
As we were talking about gardening and mental health last week, I thought you’d like to hear about a very special garden produced by Ian Price Design with idverde.co.uk for this year’s Chelsea Flower Show. Ian, a garden designer based in Northern Ireland, designed a garden to tell the story of his own struggles with mental health with the aim of letting others know that they are not alone and to encourage the conversation around mental health.
The insensitive treatment of mental health patients at hospitals in the city was slammed by former mayor Padraig Conneely at the regional health forum on Tuesday.
If you have a personal, sporting, or career goal you would like to achieve in 2017, or would simply like to start the new year off on a positive note, a motivational talk coming up in January could be for you.
Social Art Ireland believes creativity is an essential part of the human experience; therefore we promote the use of Artistic creativity for personal development and mental health. We facilitate programs that are designed for the specific needs of the people within the educational system, community, nursing homes, and work place.