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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.
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The Midlands region of the IACP (Irish Association of Counsellors/Psychotherapists) are holding a workshop on complicated grief in the Tuar Ard Centre, Moate, on October 20, facilitated by Dr Helen Grealley.
The services provided by Cancer Care West will be highlighted in a broadcast on popular RTE1 programme, Nationwide on Friday at 7pm.
The first in a series of public talks on cancer will take place on Wednesday October 26 at Galway football headquarters in Loughgeorge.
Anam Cara Parent Bereavement Support, the voluntary group set up by parents who have suffered the loss of a child, is facilitating a series of bereavement talks taking place this autumn, at various locations around the country.
A senior psychologist with more than 28 year’s experience has been chosen to head up Cancer Care West’s psychological and support services expansion programme in Galway city and the west.
Dr Helen Greally was recently chosen to head up Cancer Care West’s Psychological and Support services expansion programme in Galway city and Western region.
Cancer Care West will hold public open days at its new Cancer Support Services Centre at 72 Seamus Quirke Road, Galway today (Thursday) and tomorrow (Friday) from 9am to 5pm. The events will allow the public to visit the centre and view the amenities on offer.
A cancer diagnosis comes as a major shock to many people. Suddenly, their lives are turned upside down as they attempt to take in the news and understand the various treatments available.