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Let yourself be led back into the light

I've lost just too many friends to suicide. People I worked with, people I went to school with, people I socialised with, people I've acted with and played football with. All unique. All different. They had varying professions and occupations, various loves and losses.

Telltale memory signs could indicate psychosis risk

Telltale signs in IQ, memory or social intelligence tests could identify if people are at risk of psychosis, according to the findings of a recent study.

Learn to cope with post-holiday blues

Whether returning to work after a period of time off, going back to school after the summer, or simply coming home after a short trip abroad, for many September can be a challenging time and it is important to monitor and look after your mental health during this time.

Learn to cope with post holiday blues

Whether returning to work after a period of time off, going back to school after the summer, or simply coming home after a short trip abroad, for many September can be a challenging time and it is important to monitor and look after your mental health during this time.

Online community helping to tackle depression

Turn2me.org, an award winning interactive support community website for people with mental health problems, has seen a significant surge in visitor numbers over the past number of months. The number of people suffering stress, anxiety, and depression has led to a noticeable increase in the demand for this new mental health and wellbeing service.

Two in five people do not want to know about a loved one's depression

More than two in five people in Ireland would not want to know if a loved one was experiencing depression, according to findings in the 2011 Lundbeck Mental Health Barometer. Despite this, 93 per cent of respondents agree that it is important that depression is discussed openly. However when asked if they would find it difficult to discuss depression with their doctor 70 per cent agreed.

Coping with depression

The word depression is a much misused term. When people are feeling a little sad, moody or down for a short period they often say they are depressed. But in reality they are really just having an “off” day or week and their mood will lift shortly.

Coping with depression

Dr Steve Critchlow has been a practising psychiatrist for many years and has much experience in the various ways of helping people who are struggling with depression.

Psychiatrist with extensive experience in treating depression to give free talk in city

A psychiatrist with extensive experience helping people cope with depression will give a free public talk on the subject in the city next week.

Depression awareness campaign

Friends and family of those experiencing depression are being encouraged to let them know that they are there to support them this Christmas and New Year, with the Lean on Me depression awareness campaign.

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