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Interested in training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy at Ireland’s leading university? Please join us at our open evening to learn more. Zoom Open Evening Monday 26th of April 7pm (GMT) Professional Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Adults, Dept of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, Trinity College Dublin. Please register for the open evening […]

From mid-May 2021 there will be availability for blended (face to face/online) EMDR therapy in south County Wicklow. EMDR is a suitable treatment option for both complex trauma and single event trauma/PTSD. Sessions initially will be face to face and if appropriate the work will move to a blended format of online work with intermittent […]

The Irish Times, 23rd January 2021 Patrick Freyne – There’s a ‘tsunami of mental health need’ coming when Covid-19 recedes. Ireland’s mental health system is not prepared for a crisis – because it was in one before we ever heard of coronavirus. Link to the article here… Irish Times 23rd January 2021, Ireland’s Mental Health […]

First Fortnight utilises arts and culture to challenge mental health stigma while supporting some of Ireland’s most vulnerable people through creative therapies. In Ireland, one in four people are predicted to struggle with their mental health at some point in their lives. Check it out…. First Fortnight 2021

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences. In my practice I offer EMDR in particular as part of a psychotherapy approach that recognises that the body can become blocked after traumatic experiences, either single […]

SupportMe SupportMe is a website designed for people who wish to find information on all the various support services that are available to them in the West of Ireland. Twenty different categories are listed in order to make looking for information a bit easier and you can also search by keyword or put in your […]

The Commmonweath Fund has reported that Virtual services are safe, effective, and comparable in outcomes to in-person services. However, prior to COVID-19, telemental health was used primarily to provide services in areas that otherwise do not have access — for instance, in rural regions. It is now used throughout the country. Telehealth during COVID19

The increase in incidents of sexual violence during COVID 19 has been reported widely. If you need support click this link for details of two of the services available in Galway. Sexual Violence services for Men and Women in Galway. Services for victims of sexual assault

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