Search Results for 'Social anxiety disorder'

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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.

Mayo’s anxiety pill use outlined in new report

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Almost 10,000 people in Mayo are being prescribed anti-depressants and anxiety pills under the General Medical Services Scheme, a new report has shown.

Know your mind, free yourself

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Under immense pressure, many people in modern society are feeling overwhelmed, stuck, confused, and worried. Registered therapist Amanda Walsh, based in Castlebar, comments on the importance of normalising psychological therapy in Irish society. “What happens in the mind is vital to contentment, health, and wellbeing. This is where the therapy can help. Therapy aids one in developing tools and resources for dealing with life’s challenges. I believe it is vital to highlight for all, that the areas of stress, anxiety, and anger; panic attacks; sleep difficulties; social anxiety; habits; fears and phobias, can be effectively overcome in a relatively short space of time with long-term gains.”

Managing anxiety, stress and worry

Stress, anxiety, worry, difficulty sleeping are common concerns among the population. Amanda Walsh at Northwest Therapy and Hypnosis takes an evidenced-based approach, combining the two most powerful and effective psychological therapies, namely cognitive behavioural therapy and clinical hypnotherapy.

Improve health and well-being with therapy and hypnosis

Stress, anxiety, worry, difficulty sleeping are common concerns for individuals in today’s society. Amanda Walsh at Northwest Therapy and Hypnosis takes an evidenced-based approach, combining the two most powerful and effective psychological therapies, namely cognitive behavioural therapy and clinical hypnotherapy. This integration, referred to as cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy (CBH), is regarded as one of the most evidence-based therapeutic interventions available today in the field of psychology and psychotherapy. It is one of the most effective treatments for anxiety, stress, panic attacks, and social anxiety.

 

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