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Mayo has developed the country’s first online information resource for young people whose parents experience mental health distress. The WITH project (Wellbeing In The Home), a young person’s guide to parental mental health, was launched in The Linenhall, Castlebar.
The HSE Mayo Primary Care Psychology Service, Community Healthcare West in association with The Mayo Suicide Prevention Alliance, this week launched a new ‘Stress Control’ course which will run over six consecutive Tuesdays, commencing Tuesday March 5 at 7pm in An Sportlann, Castlebar.
The School of Psychology at NUI Galway is seeking more than 1,000 people from across Ireland who experience symptoms of obessive compulsive disorder (OCD) to participate in an online survey.
Galway Rural Development (GRD) in collaboration with Youth Work Ireland Tuam, Solas Family Resource Centre Headford, Gort and Loughrea Family Resource Centres will be hosting a Lone Parent Seminar for East Galway in the Family Centre, Dublin Road Tuam Co. Galway. The seminar will run on Monday October 16 from 10am to 3pm.
The Centre for Pain Research at NUI Galway is currently recruiting people with chronic pain (pain that has lasted for 3 months or more) to take part in a trial of the ‘Pain Course’, a free online pain self-management programme. The study offers adults living with chronic pain the opportunity to avail of this eight-week Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy course, in the comfort of their own home.
If you have a personal, sporting, or career goal you would like to achieve in 2017, or would simply like to start the new year off on a positive note, a motivational talk coming up in January could be for you.
NUI Galway will tonight (Thursday, 24 March) host a public forum to discuss the current challenges and future of mental health in Ireland in the O’Flaherty Theatre on the Arts Concourse at 7pm. Special guests will include Niall Breslin, better known as ‘Bressie’, and Dr Paul D’Alton, Clinical Psychologist and former president of The Psychological Society of Ireland and will be chaired by Dr Jonathan Egan from the School of Psychology at NUI Galway.
Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael/Labour governments are known quantities. The civil service really runs the State, using elected politicians as spokesmen - and it is usually men - and change comes at a snail’s pace. As soon as one of the parties get too big for its boots, we switch to the other, and the cycle continues.