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Mentally Yours: Actually Asking for Help

“Think of it as the ‘Just Eat’ of the mental health service” Jake Mills is the Founder of the app, Hub Of Hope. He chats to Yvette about his suicide attempt, men’s mental health and using technology to offer people support. Stay in touch with Mentally Yours on Twitter and our private Facebook group.
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The Problem Gambling Podcast, Season 3, Episode 10 – Interview with Nadine Ashworth, Peer Mentor at the NHS Northern Gambling Clini‪c‬

In this episode, Barry talks with Nadine Ashworth, Peer Mentor at the NHS Northern Gambling Clinic, about her lived experience of gambling addiction and recovery and her work, supporting others in their recovery. The podcast is proudly sponsored by Gamban. If you would like to support the podcast and the frontline work of the Project, …
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The Problem Gambling Podcast Season 3, Episode 6 – Wisdom From the 12-Step Approach to Recovery‬

In this episode of the podcast, Tony and Barry discuss the Serenity Prayer and the concept of taking recovery ‘One Day at at Time’. Co-hosted by addiction counsellors Barry Grant and Tony O’Reilly, from Extern Problem Gambling. The podcast is proudly sponsored by Gamban. If you would like to support the podcast and the frontline …
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 27 It’s going to be ok

In 2012 an accident left Jack Kavanagh paralysed from the neck down. He explains how even the worst situations can afford us hidden opportunities.
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The Problem Gambling Podcast Season 3, Episode 2 – Interview with Oisin McConville

Interview with Oisin McConville, All Ireland winning Gaelic Footballer, with Armagh and addiction counsellor with Sporting Chance.  Oisin has been one of the strongest advocates for recovery from gambling addiction on the island of Ireland.  In this episode, we discuss Oisin’s lived experience of recovery from gambling addiction, as well as his work with Sporting …
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Mentally Yours: Young People’s Mental Health

Grace Victory is known as the Internet’s Big Sister. She has an army of people online getting in touch with her asking about advice on how to look after your mental health. What kind of advice and support are young people looking after?
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The Problem Gambling Podcast Season 3, Episode 1 – Interview with Eoin Coyne

Interview with Poet and former Mayor of Youghal, Eoin Coyne, discussing Eoin’s lived experience of gambling addiction and recovery.  Check out a video of Eoin’s live performance of his spoken word poem, ‘Tunnel Vision’, here. Co-hosted by addiction counsellors Barry Grant and Tony O’Reilly, from Extern Problem Gambling. The podcast is proudly sponsored by Gamban. If you would …
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Where is My Mind? Episode 36: I Am A Mountain

On this week’s episode Niall speaks to one of his favourite artists, Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro. They discuss grief, breakdowns, meditation and mountains.
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Mentally Yours: Having a Breakdown

Following his mother’s suicide, Ollie Aplin’s late teens were obviously incredibly tough. But his breakdown and depression came much later in life. Ellen and Yvette speak to Ollie about coming to terms with death, the power of running and the Mind Journals movement.
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Mentally Yours: Emetophobia (Fear Of Being Sick)

The smell, the taste, even the look of it! What should you do if you’re afraid of vomit? Yvette and Ellen chat to Melissa Boyle, who suffers from Emetophobia, the fear of being sick!
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Mentally Yours: PTSD

Why mental health units are like rubbish youth clubs and how Instagram brings us all down – blogger and Time To Change ambassador Faris Khalifa chats to Yvette and Ellen about PTSD.
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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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