Research shows that being kind to yourself has numerous benefits for mental health. We can all learn how to challenge our negative self-talk and be more compassionate to ourselves.
Friendship and mental health are closely linked. The relationships we have with our friends can have a profound impact on our mental health and overall well-being. Conversely, our mental health can also affect the quality and stability of our friendships.
The time we go to bed and get up can have a big impact on our circadian rhythm. Poor sleep, sleep problems and insomnia can become more apparent when we gain or lose an hour and sleep is fundamental to our health.
Did you know that Ireland has one of the highest disability employment gaps in OECD countries? Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Ireland is running an awareness week to highlight supports available.
There are so many benefits to online learning that Way Ahead therapy has decided to offer evidence-based online courses to support health and wellbeing
Thoughts are stories that we tell ourselves. These stories aren't always true.
Try asking yourself these three questions when you feel anxious...
A recent study has identified that self-belief, concerns about body image and a sense of not belonging are factors that affect teenage girls engagement in sport.
For some people the prospect of having to isolate or be in lockdown is a nightmare, however for others it has been a relief. Not having to leave the house and engage in social situations can provide respite from feelings of anxiety or stress. Social anxiety Social situations can create anxiety for a range of… Continue reading Why conversations can be hard
Getting the right amount of good quality sleep helps us with occupational participation and performance. Sleep gives us the energy we need to function in our day to day lives. Occupational Therapists can help with sleep difficulties.