Meeting Of Discussion Group DPI Autumn Winter 2016 Discussion Series Autumn Discussion Group Series commencing in September 2016. It is hoped to convene groups in the West of Ireland early 2017 in the Galway/Mayo area. If you are interested in attending a discussion group please contact us on The discussion topic for the [...]

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 Internet, Hero or Villain #LGBT As part of the  #ItsGOODtoTalk campaign the LGBT helpline are hosting a panel discussion on The Internet – Hero or Villain of our Mental Health the event takes place on Wednesday 14th June from 11am-1.30pm in Eir HQ, 1 Heuston Quarter, St John’s Road, Dublin 8 RSVP to […]

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…  

If you are interested in attending any mental health events in Dublin up to the end of 2019 many interesting events are listed here – everything from comedy, the family, to the environment….–dublin/mental-health/  

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 […]

Opportunity MFA Scholarships at NCAD supporting art practice at the National Forensic Medical Hospital The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) is offering three full-time MFA Fine Art / Digital Art Scholarships that will support art research and practice carried out at the National Forensic Medical Hospital at Dundrum and in its transition to […]

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 […]

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