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You OK? Podcast: Ep 24 The biggest behavioural experiment ever

Behavioural specialist, Pádraig Walsh explains some of the reasons why we’re finding current restrictions so hard and what might help us to dig-in and stay the course
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 23 Switching off our fight or flight response

Cognitive Behavioural Therapist Niamh Connolly shares practical tips for managing our anxiety and turning on our ‘rest and digest’ system.
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Mentally Yours: Race And Mental Health

“We’ve become more sensitive to each other’s needs” Rupen Kalsi is a Journalist at Metro.co.uk. She talks to Ellen about mental health in the Asian community, coming out to your family and giving her depression a name. Stay in touch with Mentally Yours on Twitter and our private Facebook group.
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GriefCast: Ep. 3 Jon Harvey

Cariad talks to writer and producer Jon Harvey (The Armando Ianucci show, Time Trumpet, The World of Simon Rich) about the loss of his brother. As ever they discuss grief, London 2012 and having to tell someone else about a death.
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 22 Mindful Walking – Getting the most out of your 2km

If you’re feeling penned in by current 2km restrictions, Coaching Psychologist, Lecturer, author and former UN peacekeeper Hugh O’Donovan can help to shift your perspective on the value we can glean from even the simplest of walks.
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 21 Grieving without the usual rituals

Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Ursula Bates, talks about the role rituals play in helping us to process our grief, what alternative options might be available for us at the moment and how the wider community can continue to support people in their grief, despite restrictions.
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 20 How feeling fed-up can actually help your wellbeing

Dr Sinead Lynch talks about feeling fed-up and how it can actually be a catalyst for improving our wellbeing.
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 19 You OK Donncha O’Callaghan?

Donncha O’Callaghan on life in lockdown, homeschooling and staying positive in these testing times.
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 18 A triggering time for people with eating disorders

Psychotherapist and clinical director of Insight Matters, Anne Marie Toole, discusses how this crisis may be proving particularly challenging for people with eating disorders.
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Owning It: Learning The Vulnerability Paradox

Welcome back to season 5! For this episode I want to introduce you to my brand new. book – NAKED: Ten Truths To Change Your Life. It’s what I’ve been working on since wrapping up the last season. It’s all about the power of vulnerability as a tool to create a calmer life. In it …
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Mentally Yours: Compulsive Skin Picking

“People telling you to stop, is not going to help” Liz Atkins suffers from a compulsive skin picking disorder called dermatillomania. She chats to Ellen and Yvette about graffiti-ing newspapers on the London Underground, skin care, and being an advocate for an illness few people understand. Stay in touch with Mentally Yours on Twitter and …
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Where is My Mind? Episode 38: 1963

In this episode Niall talks to friend and fellow musician Dara Quilty about coming to understand your own anxiety, breaking down facades and how this helped him cope with his family’s challenging journey through cancer.
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