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A telephone counselling service for abuse survivors says eight per cent of all calls received by it this year were from Mayo.
Classes in Healing Touch are again available at The Salthill Hotel, Galway, on September 20 to 21 and September 27 to 28 for Level 1.
Knock Counselling Service, in conjunction with the Irish Association for Anger Management, is running a two-day intensive anger management programme on Saturday and Sunday, September 6 and 7.
Castlebar Counselling and Therapy Centre is offering a foundation course in psychotherapy, counselling, and personal development commencing on October 7.
Parents of exam students are being urged to reassure their children that they will be loved and valued irrespective of their results in the Junior or Leaving Certificate.
Whelehans Pharmacy are now offering beauty and holistic therapies with the addition of their new Beauty and Therapy Rooms on the first floor. Beauty and Holistic Therapist, Fiona Conlon, will be providing for all your beautifying and pampering needs. Fiona is an experienced therapist for the last 12 years and has sucessfully run her own business, Therapeutic Treats, since 2005. Fiona previously operated from Dominick Street and Clonmore, and is delighted to relocate to Whelehans Beauty and Therapy Rooms!
The Georgina Price College of Beauty, Galway is currently enrolling for its summer 2014 schedule of classes. The college received a 100 per cent CIDESCO success rate in the examinations held at the college last June.
A mindfulness and meditation course, run by the Irish Mindfulness Institute, will take place in Athlone on Saturday May 17.
Good2Talk (G2T), Mullingar’s suicide prevention service will celebrate its first year supporting the community on May 10 with a charity classical concert in All Saints church.
We can talk ourselves around our issues many times and come to a place where we feel we are not getting anywhere. Then, in a simple creative activity, all of a sudden we can feel we have expressed the depth of what we have not quite been reaching in words.