Many of us have a pretty critical inner voice that can be quite harsh and judgemental. Dr. Sinead Lynch, a Counselling Psychologist and Senior Clinician at Jigsaw, explains where the inner critic comes from, why it can be bad for us and how we can start to cultivate a bit more self-compassion.
Author and writer Emily-Jane Clark writes about family issues, motherhood and post-natal depression. She chats with Ellen and Yvette about her diagnosis, feelings of failure and the challenge of having a second baby!
Schizo-affective disorder is not the most common of mental health issues. But for Alice Evans it has been her day-to-day since she was really young. Ellen and Yvette chat to Alice about mood disorders, dealing with friends and the pros and cons of being diagnosed.
Welcome to See Change Sessions with Alittlegail! This podcast in collaboration with See Change and hosted by Abigail McDonnell, is all about starting the conversation and breaking the stigma surrounding mental health and the difficulties that may come within it. This week Abigail talks to Lord Mayor of Dublin, Hazel Chu and Lord Mayor of …
Many of us are experiencing disrupted sleep at the moment. It may be because of an elevated anxiety level, or just because our regular routine has been turned on its head. Consultant Clinical Psychologist Dr. Claire Hayes talks about some of the dos and don’ts around sleep, and shares some techniques that we can use …
This is a new podcast series aiming to support mental health and well-being during this troubling time. Each episode will see host Jan Ní Fhlanagaín talk through a specific issue or topic which could be affecting people’s lives now, gaining insight from those in the know.
A daily podcast about support. The normal rhythms and structures of our everyday lives have been turned upside-down. No one alive today has lived through anything like this before. We don’t know how we’re supposed to feel. There is no handbook for coping.
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?
Claire Eastham runs the excellent blog, We’re All Mad Here, where she talks about anxiety, men’s health and depression. Check it out at allmadhere.co.uk. Ellen and Yvette chat through her own issues: living up north, sleepovers and finding ways to talk about yourself.
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.
Welcome to See Change Sessions with Alittlegail! This podcast in collaboration with See Change and hosted by Abigail McDonnell, is all about starting the conversation and breaking the stigma surrounding mental health and the difficulties that may come within it. This week Abigail talks to See Change Ambassador Lucie Kavanagh, an amazing advocate for Mental …