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You OK? Podcast: Ep 17 Minding mental health while cocooning

Consultant Old Age Psychiatrist at St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services, Dr. Declan Lyons, talks about some of the challenges posed for older people during this crisis
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 12 Accessing Mental Health Services

Paul Gilligan from Saint Patrick’s Mental Health Services shares advice on how to safely access help and what we can expect when we do.
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Challenge of moving from second to third level education – St Patrick’s MHS

St Patrick’s Mental Health Services Podcasts Professor Jim Lucey was on Today With Sean O’Rourke on Tuesday 13 November 2018 talking about the reasons why students dropout of college and what can be done.
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A practical guide for parents, carers and educators of young people who self-harm – Siobhán Leijen & Sinead Raftery Pieta House

A practical guide for parents, carers and educators of young people who self-harm Siobhán Leijen, Centre Manager, Pieta Midland.Sinead Raftery, Clinical Manager, Pieta House West and Ballina Outreach Service.
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Self-harm: A single construct? – Richard Booth, Director of Psych. St Patrick’s MHS

Self-harm: A single construct?Richard BoothDirector of Psychology, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services.
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Self-harm in Ireland: Priority groups and opportunities for intervention – Dr Eve Griffin

Dr Eve Griffin, Research Fellow, National Suicide Research Foundation, and Manager, National Self-Harm Registry Ireland.
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Self-harm and suicide in young people: Risk and protective factors, and evidence-based interventions – Professor Ella Arensman

Self-harm and suicide in young people: Risk and protective factors, and evidence-based interventions – Professor Ella Arensman – Chief Scientist with the National Suicide Research Foundation, Ireland and Research Professor with the School of Public Health, University College Cork.
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The impact of depression on the family – St Patrick’s MHS

On Thursday, 25 April, Professor Jim Lucey joined Miriam O’Callaghan on Today with Sean O’Rourke to discuss the different forms of conversation we can have with someone in distress.
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Returning to work after a mental health difficulty – St Patrick’s MHS

One in four of us will experience a mental health difficulty in our lifetime, yet many people fear their career will be impacted if their employer knows about their mental health difficulty. Our Medical Director, Professor Jim Lucey, joined Sean O’Rourke on RTÉ Radio One to discuss employee rights when experiencing a mental health challenge …
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Supporting those bereaved by suicide – St Patrick’s MHS

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 …
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What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)? – Dr Craig Chigwedere

Many people are generally aware of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or as it’s commonly referred to, CBT, but don’t necessarily understand it fully. In our podcast linked below, journalists and broadcasters, Barbara Scully and Declan Buckley, talk to Dr Craig Chigwedere, Psychotherapist at St Patrick’s University Hospital and clinical lecturer at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) to …
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