Search Results for 'Mindfulness'

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Mindful self-compassion — live online group training for wellbeing and resilience

Our mental attitudes, beliefs, and expectations can have a big influence on whether we thrive and prosper or stagnate and decline. Rick Hanson, an eminent neuropsychologist, describes how the brain has a negativity bias designed to keep us safe rather than happy. He says that this makes our brain like Velcro for bad experience and Teflon for good experience.

'Mindfulness in Lockdown'

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It is a sunny morning as I sit and sip my coffee. There are many jobs to do and a small list beside me that already has some ticks on it. I love my lists and I especially love getting to tick them off. On my list I have piano practice, work on a new track, skincare, exercise, and meditate.

Can you See the Wood for the Trees?

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Online counselling and introduction to mindfulness event

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Mary McHugh set up Irish Online Counselling and Psychotherapy (IOCPS) in 2011 in order to deliver an online medium for people who were struggling with depression and anxiety. Soon she discovered there were lots of people who were unable to access face-to-face therapy for various reasons, such as severe social anxiety, disability, family/work commitments, geographic location etc.

CHRONIC SINUSITIS LINKED TO DEPRESSION

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As many as one quarter of people with chronic sinusitis were affected with depression.

Gut Health and Microbiome Restoration is an integral part of Medicine of the future.

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Dr Bhatti believes that Gut Health and Microbiome Restoration is an integral part of Medicine of the future.

Dr Bhatti, I have been sleeping very badly for over three months, any advice?

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More women suffer from insomnia than men and incidences increase dramatically in 65 year-olds and over.

Let go of anxiety, enjoy life

Meditation classes with Kadam Adam

NUI Galway develops online mindfulness training for people living with MS

A new online treatment programme called MindfulnessforMS, developed by expert psychologists at NUI Galway has just been launched and aims to help people who are living with primary or secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis.

Supporting the transition to secondary school

BY MARGARET HESSION

 

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