News Category: Blog
This week we have a very practical guide on how to understand, prevent and manage childhod temper tantrums from our Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Claire Conlon.
This week, Assitant Psychologist, Danielle Gaynor draws from work by Barry Mason on uncertainty
This week we have some very practical tips from Senior Occupational Psychologist, Aoife O'Malley on how to help you to maintain concentration.
Dr. Ian Gargan reflects on a the BPS Conference last week and in particular a very interesting keynote presentation, which revisits Milgrams experiments on conformity
This week we have a tasty piece from Consulting Psychologist, Fíona Kelly Meldon.
This week we have an encouraging piece from our Trainee Forensic Psychologist, Kevin Scott
This week's blog comes from our budding Psychologist, Diego Garaialde.
This week's blog comes from our budding Psychologist, Aishling O'Hara.
This week, we have an inspiring piece from our Administrative Assistant, Cathy Whelan.
This week's wonderful piece is from Occupational Therpaist, Lydia Doyle
We welcome the return of the Imagine Health weekly blog with a great piece from Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Aidan McKiernan
This week's blog is a refreshing piece relating to the benefits of the outdoors. It is written by Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Claire Conlon.
In this week's blog Clinical Psychologist Bridget Carew discusses some key findings from The Nun Study.
This week's blog reminds us that today is what really counts.
This piece was written by Assistant Psychologist, Danielle Gaynor and was inspired by two recent conferences. It explores symptoms, diagnosis and an alternative approach to individuals expereincing distress.
This week's blog by Assistant Psychologist Jennie Milnes discusses kindness.
This week's blog is a piece about motivation and goal setting by Aoife O'Malley, our Senior Occupational Therapist. We hope that you enjoy it.
In this weeks blog, Danielle Gaynor, Assistant Psychologist writes about behavioural activation as a tool in tackling depression.
This week’s blog is a ‘pick n’ mix’ of news which has interested our Clinical Director, Dr. Ian Gargan over the past number of weeks.
This piece aims to discuss children’s rights, in light of the forthcoming “Children’s Referendum” in the Republic of Ireland.
This week we have a touching contribution from our Consultant Psychiatrist Dr. Ben Charnaud. It comprises two poems about abandonment and the needy child. They were given to Dr. Ben by a client who required five years of fairly intensive therapy. This client made a good recovery before they died of hepatitis and they gave permission to use the poems for teaching purposes.
This week's piece was written by our Assistant Psychologist Danielle Gaynor, encouraging us to consider our shared sense of humanity.
This week's blog is a meaningful piece by our Occupational Therapist, Lydia Doyle
This week's blog is a candid piece reflecting on the benefits of personal therapy and written by Clinical Psycholgist Dr Aidan McKiernan.
This week's piece was written by our new Assistant Psychologist, Danielle Gaynor and addresses some of the psychological facors associated with fainting.
Imagine Health is delighted to announce the return of our weekly blog following a short break for the summer. This week's piece is a great practical guide to managing the effect of stress on memory. It is written by one of our Clinical Psychologists, Dr Marie Claire O'Brien.
This weeks blog is an inspiring piece by Dr Jane McNicholas on the positive role of resilience in recovery...
This week's blog is an informative promotional piece for our new service, Imagine Up, written by our Occupational Therapist, Aoife O'Malley. Aoife explains the multi-disciplinary aspects of our Imagine Up service and how Occupational Therapy fits into its framework.
This week's blog comes from our consultant psychiatrist, Dr. Ben Charnaud, and, refreshingly, is a video of a touching introduction from Dr. Charnaud to the Mental Health in Transition Seminar held in Newquay in March, 2012.
This week's blog is about living and how we are constantly developing all the time regardless of age. It is written by our Clinical Director, Dr. Ian Gargan, and serendipitously falls on his birthday and in the week that he is inducted as chair of the Division of Forensic Psychology for the British Psychological Society - happy birthday Ian, a big week!