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

MyMind video series: Joe Donnelly

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In the next instalment of the MyMind video series, Cork-based psychotherapist, Joe Donnelly tells us about how therapy can help support personal development and why a safe environment is important for our clients. “The process of personal growth is a process of integration, that we integrate the sometimes conflicting aspects of ourselves so we live a more integrated and resilient … Read More

MyMind Video Series: Angela Amirault

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Angela Amirault

In the next instalment of the MyMind video series, Dublin-based Psychotherapist, Angela Amirault tells us about the benefits of therapy and how this support can help us overcome negative patterns in our lives. Angela believes that from therapy, “You start to realise that negative patterns aren’t helping you and you get an understanding tow here they’ve come from. I would … Read More

MyMind Video Series: Sinead Russell

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Sinead Russell

In the next instalment of the MyMind video series, we talk to Cork-based therapist Sinead Russell about creating the right therapeutic environment for every client, and about the different qualities that are important for a therapist to have. “There are many good qualities that make a good therapist. I think one of the most important qualities is empathy. I think … Read More

MyMind Video Series: Emma Doyle

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Emma Doyle

Next up in the MyMind video series, we have Cork-based therapist Emma Doyle. Emma talks about integrative psychotherapy and how this can benefit family dynamics and resolve issues within the family unit. “Therapy can afford the client the opportunity to really understand their family system and how their role in a family developed,” said Emma. If you would like to … Read More

Interview with: Claire Forde

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Claire Forde

As part of our monthly interview series, we’re talking to Limerick-based therapist Claire Forde about person centred counselling and how talking to someone can really help if you’re worried about your mental wellbeing. Claire, as a counsellor, you abide by the core conditions set out by Carl Rogers regarding Person Centred Counselling. Can you tell us more about this approach? … Read More

MyMind video series: Noreen Twomey

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Noreen Twomey

Continuing on from our MyMind video series that we launched during mental health week, we’re happy to introduce Noreen Twomey, a psychotherapist from our Cork centre. In this video, Noreen discusses some of the approaches she uses, her work with young people and the importance of looking after your mental health. If you’re interested in making an appointment with with … Read More

INTERVIEW: Restore your Love

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Do you feel your relationship has lost its way? Perhaps communication has broken down between yourself and your partner, or you’re arguing more and more about the things that previously didn’t matter. Join our excellent Psychologists Karolina Jurasik and Anna Nauka for a workshop, on Saturday, 25th November that will help restore the love between you and your partner, so you can have … Read More

An interview with Stephen Watkins

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Stephen Watkins

This month, we will be talking with MyMind counselling psychologist Stephen Watkins about CBT, the nature-nurture debate and the little white lies we tell ourselves about our bad habits. Why did you get into psychology? My brother has autism. How he interacts in certain situations is fascinating to me. I’ve always wondered how his mind works in comparison to mine … Read More