How to be productive on a bad mental health day

Cesar SugitaBlog posts, Other

Bad days happen. Things go wrong, other people’s moods affect us differently or, as we look at here, sometimes we feel off. Knowing what triggers bad mental health days is a piece of awareness that helps massively in terms of ownership of our mental health. What makes us feel bad or makes us want things to be different is a … Read More

Dealing with a family illness

Cesar SugitaBlog posts

Having a loved one get a diagnosis that brings their life or health into question is a debilitating piece for any family. How we cope with adversity within our family unit depends very much on the systems and structures that we have put into place when we are not in difficulty. Unfortunately, this is a piece that most families neglect … Read More

Impact of Social Isolation

Cesar SugitaBlog posts

Autumn Oak

Social isolation affects our internal sense of self in a number of ways.  First of all, it has bearing on our self esteem. When we are isolated, it is common to feel that our alone-ness affects only us.  The rest of the world can appear to be a unified force, against which we are small, solitary and alone. Next, it … Read More

Eating Disorders

Janine DonnellyBlog posts

Eating Disorders – Peer pressure or influence from social media? From a therapeutic point of view, any action that seeks to illicit control within our lives comes about as a consequence of other parts of our lives feeling out of control.   When we are insecurely attached in early life, seeking control could be a lifelong process. Most vitally, if … Read More

Disconnect to Reconnect – Are you addicted to Social Media?

Janine DonnellyOther

Spending too much time on our phones is something that many of us feel we do all the time.  It has become the byword (or by-phrase) for modern living. Living without a smart phone is a prospect that we find equal parts frightening and liberating.  The idea of not seeing what people choose to put on social media (and, by … Read More

Financial Stress in long term Relationships

JanineBlog posts

As human beings, money is, for the majority, something that we think about more than we care for.   How we deal with financial stress within a long term relationship is so important in terms of how we communicate, how we view each other and how we understand the balance of both power and of nurture within our relationship.   … Read More

Coping with loss at Christmas

JanineBlog posts

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

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