LMHA’s Migrant Group and Young Shedders recently teamed up to kayak along the river Shannon. Find out how they got on as they share their adventure… Continue reading Paddling their own canoe: Migrant Group and Young Shedders Kayak the Shannon Continue reading Paddling their own canoe: Migrant Group and Young Shedders Kayak the Shannon
Read musician Ian Delaney’s honest account of the effect the pandemic has had on his life from a male perspective, in particular bringing about discussion and debate breaking the stigma and barriers faced around mental health challenges. Continue reading “Why Mental Health Matters to Men” by Ian Delaney Continue reading “Why Mental Health Matters to Men” by Ian Delaney
We are delighted to be coming out of full lockdown from the 10th of May and with this brings a new calendar of classes, groups and wellness programmes from May to July. We will move forward with both outdoor FTF and online. Continue reading Announcing Our New Schedule With Even More Classes and Groups 7 Days a Week! Continue reading Announcing Our New Schedule With Even More Classes and Groups 7 Days a Week!
Counselling (also known as psychotherapy) can be of great benefit in times of crisis and can help with difficulties surrounding relationships, bereavement, addiction or indeed any trauma an individual may find themselves confronted with at any point in life. Read on for reasons to consider counselling. Continue reading 5 Great Reasons to Consider Counselling Continue reading 5 Great Reasons to Consider Counselling
Commencing on March 31st, Le Chéile Chat is a new online discussion group to provide support through these more challenging extended lock down periods. Open to everyone this is a social and informal discussion group and is a great way to meet new people and share your experiences with others. Continue reading New Discussion Group – Le Chéile Chat Continue reading New Discussion Group – Le Chéile Chat
It is so very difficult to understand grief and all its nuances if we haven’t experienced profound loss ourselves. Liz Gleeson of Shapes of Grief talks about some ways you can support someone who is grieving Continue reading Why we shouldn’t try to fix grief Continue reading Why we shouldn’t try to fix grief
My name is Karen. I’m 44, a psychotherapist, a sociology lecturer, an occasional activist, and a parent. Last April five… Continue reading Fear Fatigue, COVID trauma, and the stories we tell ourselves – Karen’s Story.
2020 has done a number on us. The constant stream of “Breaking News” has been almost enough to break your… Continue reading Recycling Happiness and The Power of Nostalgia