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New guide for parents coping with discovery of child sexual abuse

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Well-known television broadcaster, psychoanalyst, and author Michael Murphy was in his native Castlebar recently to launch a new HSE guide for families who are coping with the discovery of child sexual abuse.

Bereavement information evening in Castlebar

Anam Cara, the national organisation that provides support services to bereaved parents and families, is hosting a bereavement information evening in the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar, on Wednesday next (March 25) from 8 to 9.30pm.

Community Diary

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Will you become a Big Brother or Big Sister

Community Diary

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Church gate collection for multiple sclerosis

Is there wisdom in your dreams?

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Why is it that everybody has to dream?

Learn to relax and enjoy life

Mindfulness is a practice that can teach us how to enjoy life to the full and how to relax even when there is a lot of pressure in our life. It teaches us how to make the most of every day and find contentment even in the routine of each day. This eight week course runs on Tuesday evenings starting on February 10. You can choose to attend a course from either 6pm to 8pm or from 8.30pm to 10.30pm. The course is being held in the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar, and is led by Derval Dunford and Ann Caulfield. Further information and booking from the Family Centre at (094) 9025900 or see

Suicide Bereavement Support Group

A support group for adults affected by the death of a loved one through suicide has commenced in the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar. The course will run over six weeks on Tuesday evenings at 8pm. It will be facilitated by two Family Centre counsellors who will provide a safe confidential space for those attending. Contact must be made with the Family Centre before the programme starts on (094) 9025900.

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Therapist to speak on damaging effects of pornography

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The growing use of online pornography and addiction is causing huge problems for individuals, families, and children as young as 10 and 11 years of age, according to a top sex psychotherapist, who is speaking tomorrow in the Family Centre, Castlebar.


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