Wishing you all the best of luck today.
Holland & Barrett promote Hypnotherapy for anxiety
http://www.hollandandbarrett.ie/the-health-hub/conditions/mental-health/mind-and-body/how-to-deal-with-anxiety/ Good to see hypnotherapy suggested as a positive way of managing your anxiety (number 7). Taking action is imperative when dealing with anxiety, seeking out help from a well trained hypnotherapist such as all the members of the CHPA (chpa.ie) can make all the difference. Don’t leave it to chance, if you or someone… Continue reading Holland & Barrett promote Hypnotherapy for anxiety
Is the Sun setting in on summer ?
I like September. On an island with the Atlantic to the West and the Irish Sea to the east September brings in many changes. Not only the weather as who can tell the variables of such a potent force? But more than this for us as people. Our lives change back to the normal, back… Continue reading Is the Sun setting in on summer ?
Happy St Patrick’s Day
Happy St. Patrick’s Day to everyone
Me, Student nurses and a little bit of mindfulness
A big thank you to the 4th year student nurses in Children’s Health Ireland Temple Street for being a wonderfully responsive audience today. An impromptu session which l really enjoyed, made easier by your willingness to listen and contribute. A difficult enough profession, without the additional stresses of the last two years, yet here you… Continue reading Me, Student nurses and a little bit of mindfulness
Feeling anxious about life going ‘back to normal’? 5 Top tips for managing the transition
With the easing of restrictions and suggestions that we are closing in on the final chapters of the pandemic, there are numerous reasons to feel optimistic that we may soon return to a ‘normal life ’. Just imagine no face masks, no Covid tests and no more social distancing, sounds good , right? However it’s… Continue reading Feeling anxious about life going ‘back to normal’? 5 Top tips for managing the transition
A little bit of creativity and health in Ireland
A bi￼g thanks to healthy Ireland and creative Ireland for an informative and interesting event. #healthireland #creativeireland #anxietyclinicdublin
The last smoke
Steep rise in rates of anxiety and depression among young Irish Times Article
Steep rise in rates of anxiety and depression among young Mental health study captured the views of more than 19,000 Irish young people about 5 hours ago Carl O’Brien Education Editor 22 per cent of adolescents surveyed reported severe anxiety. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto Rates of anxiety and depression are on the rise among young… Continue reading Steep rise in rates of anxiety and depression among young Irish Times Article
Who’s responsible anyway?
You may have heard this story before but indulge me as it’s important and relevant to all our lives. I have a copy of this on my office wall. Only through our own actions will we change our lives: This is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody. There… Continue reading Who’s responsible anyway?
How you can stop feeling self conscious
One of the most common signs of anxiety is self consciousness. It’s not unusual for people to think that others are talking about them or feel negatively towards them.This “what will people think” mindset causes much anxiety. Am I self conscious? This can Result in paranoia and is almost certainly only “in the mind” of… Continue reading How you can stop feeling self conscious
To the mothers of the world
Where does this begin? On the first day, the touch, the warm embrace, the sweetest connection. The sternest of protection for your own good. An omnipresence of values taught through time reflecting on generations past. That ethereal knowledge, forged in chaos to be resolved in one woman. On this day on all days remember: Mama… Continue reading To the mothers of the world
Plan B or not to Plan B…Is that the question?
…and that’s okay
I love this…now. I was sceptical at first about this but you know in the therapy business and indeed in any walk of life you have to give things a go. Give it a try and keep using it. You, like me, might just surprise yourself.
The Symptoms Tree
Just like this so thought best to share.