Blue Monday- Lets tackle it together
Mental Health: why suffer alone when there are services in place to help us?
Is the hybrid work model the new way forward?
The Importance of Movember
Each November, awareness toward men’s health is raised with the Movember campaign, a campaign in which people grow out their facial hair to raise money for various charities
Re-opening is Overwhelming
Ireland’s Mental Health Crisis has Escalated to an Emergency Due to the Impact of Covid-19
Covid-19 arrived on Irish soil in early March 2020 and we are still living with the long-term effects of the pandemic 19 months later.
Adjusting back to the ‘old normal’ might be easy for some, but not for all
STAND Student Festival is returning to college campuses this week
Empty houses, isolation and guilt: the reality for student nurses during Covid-19
Eating Disorders: “There’s no set definition of recovery”
At the end of 2019, the Coronavirus pandemic took the world by surprise. Scientists worked long and hard over the past year to develop a sufficient vaccine, and they succeeded. But as the pandemic is slowly regressing due to the vaccination rollout programme taking place across the world, there are still other deadly illnesses that cannot be deterred by vaccination immunity.
Why you should swap resolutions to intentions in the New Year
The powerful respite art can offer during lockdown
Dark days and dark minds – Gym owners protest closures under Level 5
With a 6-week lockdown in Ireland, gyms have shut to many owner’s and participant’s disapproval.
Direct Provision is causing “untold psychological harm” says open letter to the Taoiseach
24/7 mental health text line launched by USI
A 24/7 mental health text line was launched by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) on Monday November 18th.
Happy little pills
The troubles of toxic masculinity
Eoghan McDermott discusses mental health difficulties in The Hive
Routine key to Herar’s positive approach
‘Top-ups’ given to deal with vacancy crisis in psychiatric nursing staff
Let’s talk: toxic friendships
Matt Haig’s Reasons to Stay Alive inspires hope
Six weeks a’waiting
DCU have been working over the summer with an external organisation who offer 24/7 telephone counselling and will offer counselling in different locations around the country.