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

Rejection, my Best Friend

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My name is Maggie Sanders. I am from Dallas, Texas, I went to college at the University of Arkansas, and have lived in the US my whole life. This summer I have traveled to Dublin from the US, and am working with MyMind as a marketing intern. I am here to share my story, as a student transitioning into the … Read More

Assertiveness workshop

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Have you ever sat at a meeting at work with the mute button on because you were afraid your suggestions were no good? Do you have a habit of agreeing to things you really don’t want to do just to keep the peace? Being assertive in a modern world can be really difficult. Simply being in possession of a smartphone … Read More

What is counselling?

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Life can be challenging at times, full of ups and downs, and sometimes talking to someone can really help untangle a situation, issue or feeling. Today, talking therapies such as counselling are used to help people come to terms with any problems they are facing, and set about working through them to build resilience and eventually get to a better … Read More

Making workplace wellbeing a priority

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Millennials, as you may have heard, are changing the way we work. Having grown up during an era in which overwork was glamourised – where 80-hour working weeks merited a pat on the back instead of a concerned intervention, and where productivity was measured on the clock as opposed to by impact – a backlash was somewhat inevitable. Sure enough, … Read More

The truth about trauma

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The word trauma is used in our everyday lives to describe highly stressful events. It covers a broad range of situations which fall under the categories of physical injury and emotional and physiological disturbances. The American Psychological Association defines trauma as “an emotional response to a terrible life event,” where the experience overwhelms the individual’s ability to cope. According to … Read More

National Workplace Wellbeing Day

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Next month – April 13th – is National Workplace Wellbeing Day. It is the day where employers across the country are being called on to stop for a minute to consider their staff’s mental and physical wellbeing. Unfortunately, we live in a time when burnout and workplace stress are all too common. We live in a very fast and closely … Read More

MyMind video series: Sarah Edmonds

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Sarah Edmonds

In the latest of our video series, Dublin-based therapist Sarah Edmonds talks about how speaking to a therapist can help bring more clarity to your life. “I think for a lot of us, we don’t have someone in our lives who’s there just to listen and support. I think therapy can be very supportive and offer a lot of clarity … Read More