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“When you understand the origin of anxiety, you own it” – Community Correspondent Robert shares his hopeful journey of managing the condition

A post from our Community Correspondent Robert Terry Recently I spoke to someone who can’t relax being home alone at night. They had even considered keeping a weapon in their bedroom because off-the-scale anxiety prevented a good night’s sleep. I found myself thinking OMG and WTF and offering a solution based on my own episodes […]

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How art can reduce anxiety and depression – a guest blog by Katlyn Oliver

An inspiring and insightful guest blog from Katlyn Oliver. With experience in art-based counselling, she is passionate about the positive impact of creativity on wellbeing. How art can reduce anxiety and depression Studies show that both creating and viewing art can be enormously beneficial to mental health. As such, art therapy is being used more […]

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“Don’t dismiss our stress just because we’re young. We deal with a lot too” – tips on supporting young people to deal with stress #NoWrongPath #SQAResultsDay

Yesterday was SQA results day and, whatever was in the envelop (or text message!), most young people feel a heavy weight of expectation. We worked with amazing young people from GAMH Young Carers Group a while back, helping them make animations on what was important to them. Several of the group wanted to feel heard […]

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We have big news – you can now subscribe to the Mind Waves Podcast!

We are very excited to launch our very own podcast.  Mind Waves is now available on Anchor and you can listen and subscribe wherever you usually get your podcasts. Subscribe through spotify Subscribe at iTunes Our first episode is a must-listen, revealing what you can expect from the Mindwaves podcast each month and two fantastic features. […]

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