Stellar Magazine speak to psychoanalyst Colin McDonnell on honesty and rivalry Let’s call a spade a spade. Our friends annoy us. Our family annoy us. Our colleagues annoy us. The world annoys us – so we can be damn sure we annoy them too. Irritation is inevitable as too are its counterparts; hostile comments and […]
Are Ye’ Well? We’re totally delighted to be pairing up with fellow Dubliners Totally Dublin in hosting this year’s Live Well Dublin event. The evening will take place over two floors in the super cool Chocolate Factory. There’ll be aerial yoga, nutritional advice, Tai Chi, and drumming. An array of health, happiness and fitness virtuosos. […]
Anxiety: What is it Telling You? Two short questions will hopefully see you on your way to hearing your anxiety a little bit better. In depth analysis can only be done alongside a psychoanalyst but you can definitely begin on your own. It’s best to speak aloud as you address the questions. You may be […]
Anxiety Assessment Test This test is intended purely for educational purposes and should not be considered a clinical assessment. Completion of the test will be followed by information relating to anxiety. The primary function of this exercise, we hope, is to provoke a question beyond metrics.
Managing anxiety is a necessity for many people. All sorts of techniques are used from walking dogs to squatting the bodyweight of two small children. Hey, whatever works. Then of course, there’s music. The ease at which music can, quite literally, reverberate within a person is perhaps a reason it is a mainstay in the […]
We’re quite proud of the little glass sign outside our Ranelagh clinic. Well at least we were anyway, before someone took a notion to it and decided to smash it off. It probably took quite a bit of effort to yank off. Whoever was behind this was clearly determined. It’s a lot of effort to […]
We think this video offers a succinctly brilliant crash guide on what modern psychoanalysis concerns itself with. Each of our clinicians are trained in this specific style of psychotherapy. It is this depth of analysis that we pride ourselves on. Take a look and see for yourself.
Share Understanding the Death of Caoilte Ó Broin On December 30th my friend Caoilte Ó Broin was reported missing. On January 2nd Caoilte’s body was found in the River Liffey. In previous years Caoilte spoke more frequently and with greater despair about his mental suffering. His anguish inevitably led to his stay at one of […]
We’re very excited to announce ourselves as the newest partner of the See Change alliance. See Change is Ireland’s national programme working to change minds about mental suffering. As an alliance our aim is to disrupt stigma around mental suffering and drive change in how we, as a society, view mental illness. In doing so […]
We are pleased to announce ourselves as the newest members of The Wheel. The Wheel is Ireland’s support and representative umbrella network for community, voluntary and charitable organisations. As members of The Wheel our vision is to act resolutely as a strong force in Irish society to improve the quality of our people’s lives. We […]