“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.
Interview with gambling reform campaigner, James Grimes, from the UK organisation, ‘The Big Step’ – a charity project that was founded in 2019 by a recovering gambling addict and by Gambling with Lives, a charity set up by bereaved families of young men who took their own life as a result of their gambling addiction. …
“We’ve all found different ways to self harm” Henry Crew has suffered from anxiety and depressions, and has also lost friends to suicide. He chats to Ellen and Yvette about his Movember Motorcycle Challenge which kicks off this week.
“I had a very difficult time coming to terms with my sexuality” Alexander Leon is a gay man of colour. Before coming out, at the age of 19 he attempted suicide. Ellen and Yvette chat to him about why so many people in the LGBT community suffer from mental health issues, especially depression.
“I was washing my hands 50 times a day” Wearing his issues on his sleeve. George Hodgson chats to Ellen and Yvette about his own anxiety and OCD, plus setting up his own mental health fashion brand, Maison de Choup, with 25% of proceeds to the charity Young Minds.
Boys and girls of the world… Have you ever heard of premenstrual dysphoric disorder? No? Well, this episode is for you! Sophia Pektar suffers from premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). Ellen and Yvette chat to her about the emotional stress, failures of her doctor and having babies.
Yvette and Ellen speak with Tina Campbell, who lived in a mental health unit having made several attempts to kill herself… No dressing gown, no pizza and no medication. If you have any requests for things you’d like Ellen and Yvette to talk about, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Erica Crompton suffers from Schizophrenia. She’s had difficulty holding down a job, battled with maintaining friendships and struggled to explain her illness to her parents. Stay in touch with Yvette and Ellen online: twitter.com/mentallyyrs.
In today’s episode, Niall gets tattooed by legendary Limerick tattoo artist, Ross Nagle, in his shop All Star Ink. They talk about the art of tattooing, what makes people decide to mark something forever on their body, men’s mental health, and suicide.Produced by Niall Breslin and Ciara O’Connor Walsh
The Helplink Show On this month’s The Helplink Show we chat with Suicide or Survive and one of our Play Therapists about supporting parents and their kids mental health during this time! ‘The Helplink Show’ is an national award winning radio show where we talk about all things mental health, emotional wellbeing and community across …
Bereavement by suicide is perhaps one of the most sensitive topics we can discuss. Here, Professor Jim Lucey, Medical Director of St Patrick’s Mental Health Services, joined Miriam O’Callaghan on RTÉ Radio 1 to share how we can talk to and support those experiencing grief following the death of a family member or friend by …