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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.
Would you like more time with your family? Is the stress of juggling family, work, school, making life difficult for you? Are you struggling to get the balance right?
Due to popular demand, the Galway Training Centre is running a number of practical skills courses for stress reduction in the coming months. These courses will be run at two different locations, the Galway Technology Centre, Mervue, and also in Naduir, Furbo.
A team of HSE healthworkers from Mayo, who help people suffering from emotional conditions such as borderline personality disorder, have won a national health award for their work.
Michael Murphy is a broadcaster, psychoanalyst, and author well known from his appearances on radio and television, particularly from his psychoanalytic residency on RTÉ’s Today Show.
CONSTRUCTING NARRATIVE, a new exhibition of drawings by Eleanor Brennan is running in the UHG Arts Corridor until Thursday March 12.
Why is it that everybody has to dream?
The HSE has confirmed eight new posts are to be created to develop a special ‘psychiatry of old age’ team in Ballina.
A Castlebar-based psychotherapist has launched a new book examining a topic which has long been a source of great debate, from ancient cultures right up to modern day scientific research - the meaning and function of our dreams.
Telephone counselling and support service Connect is to extend its hours during Christmas to open every evening from now until Sunday January 4, 2015.