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The Helplink Show Feb 2019 chats with ACCORD & One Family

The Helplink Show is a radio show hosted by the mental health charity Helplink Support Services where we talk about all things mental health, community and emotional wellbeing; this month we chat with ACCORD and One Family.
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The Helplink Show Jan 2019 Chats with Cancer Care West and Act for Meningitis

The Helplink Show is a monthly radio show hosted by the mental health charity Helplink Support Services where we talk about all things mental health, community and emotional wellbeing; this month we chat with Cancer Care West and Act for Meningitis.
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The Helplink Show Dec 2018 Chats with COPE Galway & ALONE

The Helplink Show is a radio show hosted by the mental health charity Helplink Support Services where we talk about all things mental health, community and emotional wellbeing; this month we chat with COPE Galway about their work and also ALONE.
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The Helplink Show Nov 2018 Chats with Alcohol Action Ireland & Movember Foundation

On this episode of ‘The Helplink Show’ we speak with Alcohol Action Ireland and the Movember Foundation, there is some nice music too!
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The Helplink Show October 2018 chats with Pieta House, Childline and more

October 2018 brings Mental Health Awareness week as well as Mediation Awareness Week! In this episode we are speak to representatives from Pieta House, ISPCC’s Childline and also Head of Mediation Services Lorraine Lally from Helplink’s Conflict Resolution Centre.
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The Helplink Show Sept 2018 Chats with Youth/Child Counsellors & NUIG Student Counselling Service

This is our first ever broadcasting of ‘The Helplink Show’ – in Episode 1 we talk to three mental health experts working with children, young people and adults in primary, post-primary and third level education. Listen in and keep your head up!
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A practical guide for parents, carers and educators of young people who self-harm – Siobhán Leijen & Sinead Raftery Pieta House

A practical guide for parents, carers and educators of young people who self-harm Siobhán Leijen, Centre Manager, Pieta Midland.Sinead Raftery, Clinical Manager, Pieta House West and Ballina Outreach Service.
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Self-harm: A single construct? – Richard Booth, Director of Psych. St Patrick’s MHS

Self-harm: A single construct?Richard BoothDirector of Psychology, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services.
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Self-harm in Ireland: Priority groups and opportunities for intervention – Dr Eve Griffin

Dr Eve Griffin, Research Fellow, National Suicide Research Foundation, and Manager, National Self-Harm Registry Ireland.
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Self-harm and suicide in young people: Risk and protective factors, and evidence-based interventions – Professor Ella Arensman

Self-harm and suicide in young people: Risk and protective factors, and evidence-based interventions – Professor Ella Arensman – Chief Scientist with the National Suicide Research Foundation, Ireland and Research Professor with the School of Public Health, University College Cork.
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The impact of depression on the family – St Patrick’s MHS

On Thursday, 25 April, Professor Jim Lucey joined Miriam O’Callaghan on Today with Sean O’Rourke to discuss the different forms of conversation we can have with someone in distress.
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