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Mindsoak: A Healthy Student Body

My first feature for Mindsoak this November emerged from a phenomenon I encounter every semester around this time–weeks 12-13 in a 15-week semester:

Students flooding my office hours… 345 more words

Posts & Observations

Seamus Healy TD - Motion re Mental Health 15 November 2016

I welcome the opportunity to speak to and support the motion. A Vision for Change, published in 2006, is a template for a community-based progressive and modern mental health system. 504 more words

Health

The tins of beans...

It’s been a while since my last post. I’ve been putting my energy into trying to get myself better, and in some ways I’ve been successful: I’ve managed to up my calorie intake from under 500 a day to around 1500, which has halted my weight loss (I’ve lost two and a half stone since my anxiety kicked in around July) and given me more energy; I’ve started to take my tablets on a regular basis, which was something I had previously struggled to do due to my overwhelming fears; I’ve come back home where it is easier for me to get around, and have started to move around a bit more and push myself to be more active. 563 more words

FUNDING MUST CONTINUE FOR SERVICES AND SUPPORTS FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE

I appeal to the Minister of State and the HSE to continue the funding of the five steps to living well with dementia project in south Tipperary. 398 more words

Health

Discussion Board Assignment #8

Answer the following questions on Mental Health Services:

  1. The recipients of mental health services in the U.S. represent only a small percentage of those in need of services.
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Academic Writing

"Trauma and Adversity in the Lives of Children and Adolescents Attending a Mental Health Service"

Reay, E. Rebecca, et. al. “Trauma and Adversity in the Lives of Children and Adolescents Attending a Mental Health Service.”Children Australia, vol. 40, no. 261 more words

Not sure what to expect on your first visit?

Fear, very often, is fear of the unknown rather than fear of the thing itself.

If you’ve never been to see a psychologist before, it’s normal to feel worried or scared and not sure what to expect. 412 more words

Mental Health