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Latest News

Road Safety Prioritised as Driving Simulator is Launched

Senator Eamonn Coghlan is on hand to launch new driving initiative funded by Walk in My Shoes campaign Dublin, Monday 22nd June 2015. St Patrick’s Mental Health Services are delighted to announce the launch of a new Driving Simulator which will be available to service users of St Patrick’s University Hospital. Speaking at the launch at St. Patrick’s University Hospital, CEO, Paul Gilligan said. “Many people don’t associate mental health with driving but having confidence and reassurance of one’s self … read more

Raising Emotionally Healthy Children – by Paul Gilligan

Being emotionally healthy is vital to our overall happiness and ability to live an enjoyable and fulfilling life. The evidence tells us that children who are emotionally healthy and psychologically resilient are less likely to experience emotional difficulties and are more likely to overcome these difficulties if they occur. Working as a clinical psychologist with children and teenagers for over twenty-five years and running a large mental health service has taught me that for children, love is the essence of … read more

Stay ahead of your child’s exam stress!

Students across the country have started their exams. No matter how much preparation has gone into the last few months, the pressure is firmly on and often the anxiety can be overwhelming for both students and their parents. However, according to St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services, anxiety is not always a bad thing. Colman Noctor, Child and Adult Psychotherapist says, “Anxiety can motivate us and spur us on. Therefore it is not a realistic goal to eliminate anxiety; rather the … read more

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