Having a mentally healthy Christmas

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Lonely at Christmas

Christmas as we know can be a wonderful joyous time. It’s a time for giving and receiving, spending time with our families, friends and loved ones. However with Christmas there can be a lot of expectations, assumptions and psychological stress. It is expected of us to be festive and cheerful and it is assumed that we are these. There is … Read More

Coping with loss at Christmas

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Christmas can be a difficult and challenging time for those who have been bereaved.   There is the loneliness, the pain, the inability to engage with all the fun and frivolity that is synonymous with this normally joyous season.  Every Christmas song we hear on the radio, every advertisement we see on the TV is a painful reminder that it … Read More

5 scientifically-tested ways to boost your winter wellbeing

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The clocks have gone back, the temperatures are dropping, and the daylight hours feel non-existent. It may feel as if summer is just over, but winter is well and truly here. With the changing of the seasons, it can be more difficult to stay positive and healthy. The urge to pull the curtains and climb into bed, or binge on … Read More

MyMind Cork offering free support to children and young people

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MyMind is offering free Creative Arts Therapy and Psychotherapy sessions for children and young people living in Cork. For a limited time only, MyMind is offering a package of six sessions of Creative Arts Therapy and Psychotherapy to children and young people with a mental health professional at their Cork centre – 6 South Bank, Crosses Green in the city … Read More

What is MyMind exactly?

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MyMind talks to SpunOut.ie about the work they do.

We spoke to the good folk at SpunOut about our services, the work that we do for positive mental health, and how we can support those who need us. In this video, we talk about why and when MyMind was founded, our multilingual counselling and psychotherapy services, our locations (Dublin 1, Dublin 6, Dublin 8, Limerick and Cork) and how … Read More

Our Christchurch centre is now open!

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We have opened a new multilingual centre in Christchurch, Dublin 8. From today – Monday September 17th 2018 – our new centre at 2A Christchurch Hall, High Street – is taking appointments and open to the public. MyMind provides counselling and psychotherapy care in 17 different languages with a team of 80 mental health professionals supporting with issues such as depression, … Read More

MyMind opening new Dublin 8 centre

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We have some very exciting news! This coming September, MyMind will open its third Dublin centre in Christchurch, Dublin 8. The new centre – located at 2A Christchurch Hall, High Street, Dublin 8  – will open to the public on September 17th 2018. MyMind has a multilingual team of mental health professionals to provide counselling and psychotherapy support for a wide … Read More

What’s a MURPH??

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Crossfit Limerick is home to some of the most fit and motivated people around. We are thrilled to be able to partner with them for their charity MURPH event going on next Saturday, August 11th!  The “Murph” is a grueling 24 hour workout in memory of fallen US Navy SEAL Michael Murphy. A single round of this “Murph” contains a one … Read More

Happy Gut, Happy You

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In a world plagued by constant diet fads and new foods deemed “unhealthy” by the latest Facebook campaign, it can be difficult to know what you can and should eat. Now, to make it even more complicated, the world of mental health has been voicing its own studies on how your nutrition can be affecting your mental state. But the … Read More

8 Ways to Cope with Distress

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A break up. Death. A bad grade. Breaking something expensive or timeless. A computer crashing. Burning your breakfast when you are running late. Missing an important holiday. Injuring yourself. Your phone dying. Moving to a new home. Not landing a job you applied for. Forgetting your wallet. Divorce. A medical diagnosis. At some point in your life, you will find … Read More