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Walk in My Shoes is a mental health education and awareness campaign run by St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services since 2012.
Walk in My Shoes is a mental health education and awareness campaign run by St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services since 2012.

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We are delighted to introduce Mission Possible, an initiative dedicated to celebrating and acknowledging the work schools around the country do to promote positive mental health.

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We are delighted to introduce Mission Possible, an initiative dedicated to celebrating and acknowledging the work schools around the country do to promote positive mental health.
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Poetry therapy has been used as part of the treatment approach for a number of concerns, including borderline personality, suicidal ideation, identity issues, perfectionism, and grief. Research shows the method is frequently a beneficial part of the treatment process. Several studies also support poetry therapy as one approach to the treatment of depression, as it has been repeatedly shown to relieve depressive symptoms, improve self-esteem and self-understanding, and encourage the expression of feelings. Researchers have also demonstrated poetry therapy’s ability to reduce anxiety and distress in people diagnosed with a terminal illness.
#poetrydayirl
http://www.walkinmyshoes.ie/poetry-therapy/
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Poetry therapy has been used as part of the treatment approach for a number of concerns, including borderline personality, suicidal ideation, identity issues, perfectionism, and grief. Research shows the method is frequently a beneficial part of the treatment process. Several studies also support poetry therapy as one approach to the treatment of depression, as it has been repeatedly shown to relieve depressive symptoms, improve self-esteem and self-understanding, and encourage the expression of feelings. Researchers have also demonstrated poetry therapy’s ability to reduce anxiety and distress in people diagnosed with a terminal illness.
#poetrydayirl

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Depression affects 1 in 10 people in Ireland. What’s in a word? How many times have we heard the words “It’s so depressing” or “I am depressed”? Does having depression increase the risk of stigmatisation?
http://www.walkinmyshoes.ie/still-just-me/
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Blue Monday is almost upon us! Here are 10 ways to get through Blue Monday and beyond with MyMind​
http://www.walkinmyshoes.ie/10-ways-get-blue-monday-beyond/
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