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You OK? Podcast: Ep 3 How to Support Children in Their Loss

Dr. Colman Noctor, Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytical Psychotherapist at St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services, shares practical advice for how we can help our children to process the sense of loss that they are no doubt feeling during this crisis.
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Mentally Yours: Dealing With Death

Julia Samuel MBE is an expert in bereavement and has a book called “Grief Works”. She chats with Ellen and Yvette about ways in which people can deal with the mental trauma of losing someone. Join Ellen and Yvette’s Facebook group to continue the conversation: search Mentally Yours online.
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Where is My Mind? Episode 32: The Where is My Mind Christmas Special

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls… welcome to the Where is My Mind and Camden Recording Studio Christmas Special, dedicated especially to anyone who can’t be home for Christmas this year. Co-hosted by RTE’s John Creedon, and featuring voices from Irish people in Canada, Australia, Holland, and the Irish Defence Forces in Syria… and even …
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A Mental Health Journey Podcast: #18: Helping a Loved One

The question I get asked more than any other is “How can I support my partner/brother/sister/friend/colleague when they have anxiety or depression?”. In this podcast, I wanted to share what types of things people have done to help me in my mental health journey, and hopefully do so in a way that helps you to …
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A Mental Health Journey Podcast: #12: Children’s Mental Health & Well-being

Conor is not a parent but through his years in therapy and studying mental health, he has a number of reflections on his childhood and what he thought did help and what could have helped his wellbeing as he grew up. Episode includes references to #self-esteem building, activity participation, emotional understanding, #mindfulness and #CBT for …
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TED Talks Daily | Why children stay silent following sexual violence | Kristin Jones

Sexual assault is never the victim’s fault, says advocate Kristin Jones. In this courageous talk, she tells her story of overcoming the shame that followed sexual abuse as a teenager — and shares how parents can foster an open conversation about abuse to empower kids and encourage them to ask for help. (This talk contains …
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Owning It: How to help your anxious child with Dr Malie Coyne

In this episode of Owning It I am joined by Dr Malie Coyne who is an incredible clinical psychologist. She is the author of Love In Love Out, which is a compassion based approach to parenting your anxious child. Whether or not you have kids it’s incredibly helpful to understand how anxiety manifests in children; …
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Owning It: My Mother on how to support someone you love with anxiety

For this episode I am joined by my lovely mammy Aideen to talk about what it was like for her to see me, her daughter, go through a very tough time with anxiety and help listeners when it comes to articulating their anxiety to their parents if they find that their parents don’t understand. This …
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Owning It: Living with health related anxiety

In this episode, I am joined by Alison Curtis, national broadcaster with Today FM here in Dublin, Ireland. Alison is Canadian but we consider her one of our own. She has a very interesting story about her experience of health related anxiety that stems back to events she remembers when she was just 7 years …
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Owning It: Coping with anxiety surrounding a break-up

Something I have yet to really dive into is the anxiety surrounding a break up, which is something so many of us, if not all of us, will probably experience at some point in our lives. Maybe it’s a split from your first love, or maybe, as is the case for my guest, journalist and author Liadan Hynes, …
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Owning It: Anxiety surrounding coming out with Riyadh Khalaf

At this point in the season, I want to explore anxiety in the gay community: particularly the anxiety surrounding coming out to family and friends, feeling ‘othered’ at school growing up gay. For this episode I am joined by Celebrity Masterchef winner 2020, LGBTQ+ activist, bestselling author and broadcaster Riyadh Khalaf who shares his experience …
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OWNING IT: Pregnancy and anxiety

This is the final episode of season 2 but worry not I will be back before you know it with season 3. This episode explores anxiety and pregnancy as I am currently pregnant. You don’t have to be pregnant to find this helpful but if you are anxious about the prospect of having kids or …
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