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Samaritans in Galway is calling on students and parents to ensure young people receiving their exam results this week are not put under unacceptable pressure.
Pioneers of wellbeing in Irish schools, Dr Ann Caulfield and Derval Dunford of Mindfulness Matters, have just released a video giving teachers' and children’s perspectives on the difference that simple practices can make to anxiety, worry, concentration, and the overall classroom climate. One cute example from the children demonstrates how to magically manage ‘butterflies in their tummies’, something that may be useful for some teachers and parents, as well as children going back to school.
The area of wellbeing and emotional literacy has come to the fore in recent years as mental health issues among our youth continue to rise. This was highlighted in a study carried out by the Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI) in 2013 as one in five young Irish adults aged 19-24 and one in 6 young people aged 11-13 who took part in the study were experiencing mental health problems at the time.
The stunning Urban Wellbeing centre, owned and designed by the talented Tracy and Ed Dunbar, offers a five star health, beauty, and fitness experience all under one roof. With easy access to the city centre and ample free car parking facilities, this is a completely new health, beauty, and fitness concept designed specifically for the Galway community.
ANU is a company promoting the development of a new healthcare approach in Ireland, with an emphasis on positive health and wellbeing.
Anu is a company promoting the development of a new healthcare approach in Ireland, with an emphasis on positive health and wellbeing.