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Where is My Mind? Episode 63: The Therapy Room – Introduction

Welcome to a newly built extension onto the Where Is My Mind podcast, called the Therapy Room. This is the first in a series of episodes where I speak with two of the most impressive psychologists I’ve encountered in my time working in the field of mental health – Dr Tony Bates, Head of Psychology …
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The Mindful Minute – Mindfulness for Children – Balloon Breathing

If you would like your children to start some mindfulness, balloon breathing is a brilliant exercise to start with. Using fun imagery, this allows your child’s to slow down, breathe mindfully and use the power of their imagination.
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See Change Sessions with Alittlegail S3- Ep2: Trans voices and the experience of stigma

Welcome to See Change Sessions with Alittlegail! This podcast created by 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 we are joined by guest host Barbara Brennan, Team Lead of See Change as …
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See Change Sessions with Alittlegail S3- Ep1: LGBTQIA+ experiences and mental health stigma

Welcome to See Change Sessions with Alittlegail! This podcast created by 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 we are joined by guest host Barbara Brennan, Team Lead of See Change as …
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Connecting Minds: USI’s mental health work and year in review

Union of Students in Ireland Vice President for Welfare and President-elect Clare Austick joins Sarah Hughes for a look at the work of USI in Mental Health and the COVID-19 -impeded 2020-2021 year, and talk about what made Clare seek to work in the field of student welfare and representation.
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Connecting Minds S1 E2: Student

Scott Ahearne, college counsellor at TU Dublin, and a member of the executive committee of the Psychological Counsellers of Higher Education in Ireland talks with USI Mental Health Manager Sarah Hughes about college counselling services and what makes them right for so many students. A full transcript is available on the podcast webpage.
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Mentally Yours: Episode 101: Ellen Unedited

“I didn’t acknowledge it properly”  In the second of a two-part series celebrating our centenary… Yvette chats to Ellen about her own mental health, living with anxiety, depression and OCD.  Let us know if you have any suggestions for stuff we should be talking about: @mentallyyrs on Twitter.
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Mentally Yours: Looking After Your Mum

“She was doing as good a job as she could do” Ally Golden spent her childhood caring for her mum who had mental health issues. Now author of the book, A Good Soldier, Ally chats to Ellen about the impact her mum’s illness had on her and the support she wishes she’d had.  Stay in …
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Owning It: Revisiting our childhood experiences with Disney Channel child star Alyson Stoner

For this episode I am joined by the wonderful Alyson Stoner. A super successful child star, Alyson appeared to have it all going on: she was the featured dancer (as a little girl) in the Missy Elliot Work It video. She was on several Disney projects, Cheaper by the Dozen franchise, the Step Up franchise …
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 15 Supporting Leaving Cert students in these challenging times

Senior Psychologist with the HSE Peadar Maxwell discusses how parents and students can manage the challenges of these uncertain times and shares techniques for keeping the lines of communication open.
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Mentally Yours: Fashion and Mental Health

“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.
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Mentally Yours: Sports and Exercise

Is sport the best medicine for your mental health problem? Paul Wilson, Programme Manager at The Harlequins Foundation, chats to Ellen and Yvette about the work he’s doing working with charities, schools and universities to support young people’s development. It’s all about mental resilience, coping strategies and the power of maintaining a balanced diet.
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