2-DAY Infant & Perinatal Mental Health Master Class: Keeping the Baby in Mind & Perinatal Women Monday, February 05, 2018 Affiliated with IRISH ASSOCIATION FOR INFANT MENTAL HEALTH 2-DAY Infant Mental Health Master Class: February 5th and 6th 2018 Keeping the Baby in Mind Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice in Infant Mental Health […]
Women in Galway will be able to avail of free perinatal support in a group setting from May 3rd 2017. University Hospital Galway has teamed up with AWARE to offer the sessions at Unit 8 Merlin Park Hospital each Wednesday from 7.30p.m, starting May 3rd. Postnatal depression is now referred to as perinatal depression because […]
What is the way forward in a time of greater awareness and focus on how Disability Services function in Ireland? Work in the area of Disability Psychotherapy is relatively new in the Irish Health System and generally focused within services with a small number of therapists in private practice offering psychotherapy to this client group. […]
http://www.disabilitypsychotherapyireland.com/images/dpi_hope_loss.pdf Dr. Alan Corbett Inaugural Memorial Lecture “Hope & Loss” in Working with Disability Dr. Valerie Sinason DPI brings one of the foremost thinkers in Disability Psychotherapy to share her vast experience of treating people with disabilities. The theme of “Hope and Loss” is a fitting tribute to the work of the late Dr. […]
Nancy McWilliams Free Talk August 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Treating the whole person: An elusive concept in contemporary mental health discourse PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A FREE TALK Hosted By Clinical Psychology Training Programme, Trinity College Dublin Venue: Edmund Burke Theatre, Arts Block Tuesday August 29th, 2017, 6 – 8pm About […]
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/covid-sustained-surge-of-mental-health-problems-expected-in-coming-years-1.4564097 Mental health services need to be prepared for “a sustained surge in demand over the coming years” in the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic, an Oireachtas committee has heard.
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
10th February 2018 IGAS Registrants Event – Film Showing and Q&A with Film Makers University College Dublin, Student Centre Cinema, Belfield Campus, Dublin 4. Booking at Eventbrite