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If you are supporting someone with an intellectual disability who you feel would benefit from speaking to a experienced psychotherapist please contact disabilitypsychotherapyireland@gmail.com. We would be delighted to link you with a therapist in your area. http://disabilitypsychotherapyireland.com Useful texts below for psychotherapists interested in working in the area of disability psychotherapy…

The National Women’s Council of Ireland with St Patrick’s Mental Health Services invites you to attend the third meeting of the Women’s Mental Health Network, a free networking event which will look at Trauma Informed Care.   https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/womens-mental-health-network-trauma-informed-care-tickets-65944442603?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Many students will be looking at their options now with the arrival of their Leaving Certificate results. Many others will be revisiting the option of taking up a course in third level or returning to education. The Irish Independent outlines some possible choices this week….its never too late…   https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/education/going-to-college/leaving-cert-results-2019-i-havent-applied-to-college-is-it-too-late-38396068.html  

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 […]

Narratives of recovery from Mental Illness This publication presents research that challenges the prevailing view that recovery from mental illness must take place within the boundaries of traditional mental health services. Developed by Mike Watts, GROW Ireland and Agnes Higgins, Trinity College Dublin, both accept that medical treatment maybe a vital start to some peoples […]

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 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

The IIPP is pleased to announce our cultural and psychoanalytic event  ‘SÚIL SIAR AGUS SÚIL AR AGHAIDH: LOOKING BACK, LOOKING FORWARD.’ October 6, 2018 A celebration of the Irish Psyche and Culture. Venue: O’ Connell House (Daniel O’ Connell’s former home), 58 Merrion Square, Dublin 2. Time: 2 p.m. – 6.30 .p.m. (followed by a […]

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