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A one day experiential workshop will provide an opportunity to those in the caring professions to take time and space to focus on their own health and wellbeing. The workshop in the Family Centre is being facilitated by Maura Horkan, psychotherapist, and will take place on Wednesday March 9.
Anam Cara is a national voluntary support organisation set up by bereaved parents to provide support and understanding to families who have experienced the tragic death of a child. Anam Cara is facilitating a professional bereavement event on Wednesday March 2 at the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar, from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
Patricia McAdoo is a clinical psychologist who is providing a one day seminar in the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar, to help people discover the personal benefits of therapeutic writing.
Many children are very confident these days. Encouraging your children to be confident is important but sometimes children can easily move from confidence into trying to exert control over parents. A six week course on Parent Assertiveness is being held by the Family Centre at Chapel Street, Castlebar starting on Thursday February 22 at 8pm.
Presidential hopeful, and one of Ireland’s most famous scholars, Senator David Norris, launched his presidential campaign in Kilkenny last week and his first port of call in the city was to meet fellow young scholars in the Fr McGrath Family Resource Centre.
A six week course to build up confidence will commence on February 3 from 11am to 1pm in the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar.
The Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar, and the Mayo Education Centre are jointly hosting a seminar on how schools and separated families can work better together.
More than 30 courses and support groups are to run in the Family Centre over the next few months. Copies of the course brochure will be posted to you if you contact the centre on 094 902 5900 or email [email protected]
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.
A wide range of new courses is about to get under way at the Family Centre, Chapel Street, Castlebar. Among the first courses are: St Brigid: A woman for our times, on January 31; Getting the best from our teenagers on February 1; Assertiveness and communications on February 3; and the enneagram Part 1 on February 7.