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The Problem Gambling Podcast Season 3, Episode 4 – How Can Gambling be Addictive?

In this episode of the podcast, Barry and Tony try to demystify some of the reasons why gambling can be so addictive.  This is based on a blog post, which can be found here.   Co-hosted by addiction counsellors Barry Grant and Tony O’Reilly, from Extern Problem Gambling. The podcast is proudly sponsored by Gamban. …
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The Problem Gambling Podcast Season 3, Episode 3 – Interview with Julie Hynes

Interview with Julie Hynes, Executive Director of the Oregon Council on Problem Gambling and a member of the Board of Directors of the U.S. National Council on Problem Gambling.  We discuss problem gambling in Oregon and across the United States, as well as the recent legalisation of sports betting.  We also discuss the growth of …
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See Change Sessions with Alittlegail S2-Ep4: Setting Goals With Compassion

See Change Sessions is an exciting new podcast hosted by Mental Health Advocate and See Change Ambassador Abigail McDonnell. This podcast is all about starting the conversation and breaking the stigma surrounding mental health. In this series , Abigail will be talking to an array of Ambassadors, Mental Health Volunteers and workers. Stay tuned for …
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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 14 Psychological flexibility in a changing world

Counselling Psychologist Aisling Leonard-Curtin explains the concept of psychological flexibility and how developing it allows us to hold firm when all around us seems to be shifting.
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 7 Love in the time of Corona

Trainee psychotherapist and co-founder of counselling and psychotherapy service Insight Matters, Dil Wickremasinghe has been through relationship counselling and has some great insights about how anxiety can fuel anger, how staying connected can help to reduce irritability and how communication is key.
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GriefCast: Ep. 1 Adam Buxton

Cariad talks to comedian, writer and podcaster Adam Buxton (Adam & Joe Show, BUG, Son of Rambo) about the recent death of his father. They discuss grief, the awkwardness of social care and how it’s never like the films.
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 5 Hate change? Focus on what you can control

Performance psychologist Gerry Hussey shares his take on why it is important for us to reflect on the things in our lives that we can control.
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 4 How to trade a critical inner voice for a kind one

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.
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Mentally Yours: Postnatal Depression

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!
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Mentally Yours: Schizoaffective Disorder

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.
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See Change Sessions with Alittlegail S1-Ep5: A Week to See Change

See Change Sessions is an exciting new podcast hosted by Mental Health Advocate and See Change Ambassador Abigail McDonnell. This podcast is all about starting the conversation and breaking the stigma surrounding mental health. In this series , Abigail will be talking to an array of Ambassadors, Mental Health Volunteers and workers. Stay tuned for …
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