March 22, 2013
Irish Independent (Wednesday, 20th March 2013)
More and more teens are self-harming. Are we putting them under too much pressure asks Liz Kear pan>
Irish Medical Times (Thursday, 21st March 2013)
The ‘Troubles’ have had an additional and distinctive adverse mental health impact on the Northern Ireland population, with people there estimated to have the highest rate of post-traumatic stress disorder among 30 countries surveyed. =MsoNormal style='line-height:115%'>
Irish Times (Monday, 18th March 2013)
A report commissioned by Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton will highlight the impact of mortgage difficulty on mental health and recommend that Government should follow the UK’s example in tackling debt-related stress issues.
Irish Times (Tuesday, 19th March 2013)
When mindfulness touches something beautiful it reveals its beauty. When it touches something painful it transforms and heals it.
Irish Times (Wednesday, 20th March 2013)
Male anorexia, teenage suicide and the lack of disability-friendly playgrounds were just some of the issues raised at a Young Social Innovators "Speak Out" :p>
Mental Health Service
Irish Times (Friday, 22nd March 2013)
Long waiting lists in the provision of mental health services for children and adolescents have developed in many parts of the State, according to the latest batch of reports from the Mental Health Commission.
Galway City Tribune (Friday, 15th March 2013)
A unique support group for younger adults affected by suicide has been launched in Galway by national suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console.