5 reasons why online therapy might work for you

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While traditionally, therapy was carried out face to face, having the option to talk to your therapist online is becoming a popular choice for a number of reasons. At MyMind, you have the choice of having your session at one of our four centres, or online via video chat, no matter where you’re living in Ireland. You can even do … Read More

MyMind launching new wellbeing system

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We have news! From 2018, it’ll be even easier to create and manage your own wellbeing experience at MyMind. On January 7th 2018, MyMind is launching a new system that will allow you to book your appointment within 3 easy clicks. Our brand new-look platform is a one-stop-shop website, appointment schedule and online therapy portal, with your wellbeing needs in … Read More

How to online date without losing yourself

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That old saying “the course of true love never runs smoothly” certainly has merit when it comes to finding that love. There was a time when it was all a little easier. My Dad likes to tell the story of how he and my mam met. Ireland of the fifties and sixties was a very different place and today’s Facebook … 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

My Life: One Year On

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The author of this article shares her experience of life before starting therapy at MyMind and one year on. Therapy and Generally Dealing with Life a Bit Better One Year On Then: I second-guessed every social interaction I had, even with close friends and family, and would often regret saying anything as it sounded stupid to me. Now: I feel … Read More

Nice to meet ‘Me’

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Cork blogger Sarah Cooney shares her experience of counselling at MyMind and her journey to get to really know herself. Nice to meet ‘Me’. This sums up nicely my experience of counselling so far. I have spent the last two years in counselling with a break of six months in between. During that time, it has felt like I have … 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

Infertility Support Group

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Women living with infertility have been welcomed to a new MyMind support group this month. MyMind Cork has started a new group for women who are struggling to conceive. The group takes place at MyMind 9 Dyke Parade every Saturdayfrom 4:00pm to 5:00pm. The cost of attending this group is €20 per person with a maximum number of six per group, … Read More

MyMind Video Series: Maureen Finucane

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Maureen Finucane

In the latest instalment of the MyMind video series, Cork-based therapist Maureen Finucane talks about the Person Centred approach to her work and what someone can expect from their first therapy session. ‘I belive the client or the person is the expert, they know themselves, their experience and their history best. My role is to help them journey in a … Read More

MyMind video series: Stephen Watkins

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In the fourth instalment of the MyMind video series, our Cork-based psychologist Stephen Watkins talks about the workings and benefits of CBT and the factors that could deter someone from getting the support they need. “The biggest barrier that I’ve repeatedly come across is that people who come to therapy think for some reason that they’re wrong or unusual or … Read More