Anticipatory Grief

Anticipatory Grief

Anticipatory Grief This week, Rachel is joined by guest Nicky Wake, to talk about anticipatory grief – that grief we sometimes feel before an impending loss. Her husband’s death inspired her to set up a dating app exclusively for people who’ve lost partners, called ‘Chapter 2’.       Every Monday, Metro’s Lifestyle Editor Rachel Moss …

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Calm in the Chaos

Calm in the Chaos (Meditation Guide)

Calm in the Chaos In episode, Niall endeavours to bring some calm in the chaos of life. He is going back to his mindfulness routes and bringing you through a guided meditation. This meditation comes to remind you to drop into your inner world and implement the principles of practice in mindfulness meditation. Take some …

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Understanding ADHD

Understanding ADHD

Understanding ADHD Understanding ADHD is crucial for parents, educators, and healthcare professionals in order to provide effective support and interventions for individuals with ADHD ADHD, or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, is a neurodevelopmental disorder that primarily affects children but can continue into adulthood. It is characterized by difficulties in paying attention, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity. People with ADHD …

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Making Mental Health Literacy Accessible

Making Mental Health Literacy Accessible

Making Mental Health Literacy Accessible The paper, published by psychologists from University College Cork, shows that access to information through podcasts has decreased stigma and increased help-seeking amongst listeners. Niall is joined by authors Dr. Sharon Lambert and Naoise Ó Caoilte to hear why this mental health literacy is so important and how we can …

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Getting Gratitude Wrong

6 Surprising Ways You’re Getting Gratitude Wrong

How You are Getting Gratitude Wrong According to the research, there are 4 essential elements of genuine gratitude. Without all 4, you can’t unlock the powerful physiological, neurological, and psychological benefits of genuine gratitude. For example, if you’re just thinking about what you’re grateful for or writing a list before you go to bed, you’re …

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Maintaining Mental Health

Athlete on Maintaining Mental Health

Maintaining Mental Health with George Dockrell Irish cricket player George Dockrell recently made a captivating appearance on Irish radio, where he shed light on the significance of maintaining mental health within the realm of sports, particularly for athletes. During the interview, Dockrell highlighted the collaborative efforts between Cricket Ireland and Inspire, an organization dedicated to …

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Person-Centred Therapy (PCT)

Person-Centred Therapy Person-centred therapy, developed by Carl Rogers, is a humanistic approach to counselling that emphasises the client’s self-discovery and growth. It focuses on creating a non-judgmental and empathetic therapeutic relationship, where the therapist provides unconditional positive regard, empathy, and genuineness to support the client’s self-exploration and personal development. Elaine Bramhall is a person-centred counsellor. …

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