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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.
The annual nationwide Operation Transformation walking events take place this Saturday January 17, with one of the programme’s leaders, Alan Mullen from Rosemount, to take part in the local event in Moate. Westmeath Sports Partnership are delighted to get behind Alan and his journey through the RTÉ programme, and his TV crew will also be joining him on the day.
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still remember the moment well. It was a wet, cold, grey Friday morning. I rose out of bed having had no sleep the night before. Panic attacks are horrific experiences by day, by night they are even worse.
People can learn how to control stress at free weekly classes being given by the HSE West in the city.
The man who set up the then Western Health Board’s addiction counselling service 27 years ago says he fears its planned transfer to the psychiatric unit at University Hospital Galway will signal the death knell of this vital service.
The Irish Cancer Society is launching a new programme to help those recently diagnosed with secondary cancer to learn about and discuss the practical and emotional issues of their diagnosis in a safe, confidential, and supportive environment. The six month programme, which will be facilitated by clinical psychologist Aine Melinn, will commence in March 2013 and meetings will take place at the Irish Cancer Society headquarters in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.
A talk on mental health will take place at the GMIT Castlebar Campus on Thursday February 14. Dr Grainne Fadden, a leading UK clinical psychologist, will present a master class on Working Collaboratively with Families in Mental Health: Challenges and Opportunities.
People who are unable to work or are on reduced work hours due to back pain are being sought to take part in a research programme at NUI Galway.
Lyons Tea research conducted by Amárach Research, has revealed that more than half of Connacht tea drinkers (56%) feel that someone knows them if they make them a cup of tea to their liking. Additionally, almost one in four (24%) state they judge people on their tea-making skills.