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You OK? Podcast: Ep 23 Switching off our fight or flight response

Cognitive Behavioural Therapist Niamh Connolly shares practical tips for managing our anxiety and turning on our ‘rest and digest’ system.
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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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You OK? Podcast: Ep 2 Anxiety and Sleep

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 …
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 1 Psychological Survival Guide

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.
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Where can Families Start? Supporting a Child or Youth with Mental Health Challenges

When a child or youth is experiencing a mental health challenge, knowing where to get help can be a challenge. This video, Where can Families Start? Supporting a Child or Youth with Mental Health Challenges – Part 1, describes BC’s mental health system and outlines four different professionals families can connect with if they are …
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A Mental Health Journey Podcast: #14: The Physical Effects of Stress, Anxiety & Depression

The physical effects that stress, anxiety and depression can have on our bodies is incredible. For me, these have been the most challenging aspects of living with mental illness but through therapy, CBT and self-reflection, I have worked out how I can adapt and continue to live a full life. In this episode, I share …
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A Mental Health Journey Podcast: #7: My Daily Mental Workout

In this episode, Conor talks about what he does on a daily basis to feel his best. From cold showers, to transformational breathwork, to hatha yoga, he combines a little bit of everything into a fun and mindful daily cocktail.
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A Mental Health Journey Podcast: #5: Social Media & Mental Health

A Mental Health Journey.com is a blog and podcast that hopes to help others in their journeys with anxiety and depression. In this episode, Conor shares his experiences of life with and without social media and the impacts of each on his mental health. For the last year, Conor has tried his best to reduce …
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Owning It: Taking the social anxiety out of conversations of consent

This is a special one off episode I have done with the HSE to highlight the importance of consent as well as discuss the specifics and language around consent as for some people, knowing what to say or do can cause some anxiety. I will be back with season 5 in January!
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Owning It: Your Anxiety Questions Answered

In this episode I take some time to answer your anxiety questions that you have sent into me recently. I cover everything from postpartum anxiety to the fear that we’ll never get rid of our anxiety and lots more. I hope you find it helpful. Thanks for listening and supporting the series via the Supporter …
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Owning It: Daniella Moyles shares her anxiety story

For this episode – one of my last of the season – I am joined by the beautiful Daniella Moyles who shares her anxiety story with me. Apologies for the sound quality on this – the internet connection was very dodgy while we tried to speak on Zoom! I’ve known Daniella for a good few …
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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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