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Health Centre Information – HSE – North Dublin
SwordsSwords Health Centre, Bridge Street, Swords
Phone: 01 890 2200
MalahideMalahide Health Centre, Main Street, Malahide
Phone: 01 845 2076
BalbrigganBalbriggan Health Centre, Hampton Street, Balbriggan
Phone: 01 883 4906
SkerriesSkerries Health Centre, Thomas Hand Street, Skerries
Phone: 01 849 4862
DonabateDonabate Health Centre, St. Patrick’s Terrece, Donabate
Phone: 01 843 6079
Portmarnock Health Centre
Rush Health Centre
Navan Health Centre
Santry Health Centre
Ashbourne Health Centre
Drogheda Health Centre
Dundalk Health Centre
For more information HSE Health Centre Information go to HSE Centres – North Dublin
Treatment for Depression
Getting the right treatment for depression is so important! On any level, depression is no laughing matter. Some people suffer from such severe cases of depression that suicide seems to be the only viable solution.To Find the Right Treatment for Depression you Must First Understand it. Before a person can find the right treatment for depression, it would be imperative to understand what it is and how if impacts life. It is important to understand that everyone feels down or sad at some point in life but when a person feels despair and hopelessness, it means something far more serious is going on.
Sexual problems are defined as difficulty during any stage (desire, arousal, orgasm, and resolution) of the sexual act, which prevents the individual or couple from enjoying sexual activity. Sexual difficulties may begin early in a person’s life, or they may develop after an individual has previously experienced enjoyable and satisfying sex. A problem may develop gradually over time, or may occur suddenly as a total or partial inability to participate in one or more stages of the sexual act. The causes of sexual difficulties can be physical, psychological, or both.
Internet Addiction Test
How do you know if you’re already addicted or rapidly tumbling toward trouble? The Internet Addiction Test is the first validated and reliable measure of addictive use of the Internet. Click here to read the study. Developed by Dr. Kimberly Young, the IAT is a 20-item questionnaire that measures mild, moderate, and severe levels of Internet Addiction.
Click here to take the test.
Internet Addiction: Your Questions Answered
Internet addiction is a serious health problem affecting people from all walks of life. In this groundbreaking book, Dr Jamie Wilson answers questions that millions of people worldwide are asking themselves as they, their loved ones, peers, or co-workers struggle with internet addiction.Based on extensive research of the actual questions that affected individuals ask themselves, their peers, families and co-workers, Dr Wilson has mined the latest clinical research, technology trends and his own experience as a clinical psychiatrist treating individuals with internet addiction.
Valued or Devalued as a Person
It does not matter what age you are or whatever situation you find yourself in, you, like most other people, need to be valued and value other people.
Financial Decision Making In Relationships
Psychotherapists writing in Psychology Today about financial decision making in relationships suggest that people deal with money in different ways. There are hoarders, spenders, avoiders and worriers… Read more about decision making in relationships.
Decision Making – Causes of Stress and Anxiety
Decision making is the study of identifying and choosing alternatives based on the values and preferences of the decision maker…
Read more about decision making
Relaxation Response – How to Relieve Stress and Anxiety
The relaxation response is opposite to the body’s stress response. Relaxation is one of the best natural remedies for anxiety. Here’s how relaxation works to manage stress symptoms…
Read more about how to relieve stress and anxiety
Managing Stress – The Relaxation Response
In a recent feature I discussed the fight-or-flight response which involves the autonomic nervous system preparing the body to fight or run. This response is behind many of the effects of stress on our mind/bodies. I also presented diaphragmatic breathing as a technique to help manage stress. A look at another technique to help manage stress – the Relaxation Response…
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Sleep Paralysis – Awake but still Asleep
A person may wake up and find that they are unable to move or speak as if they are frozen. They also may hear footsteps, see a ghost-like creature, or feel someone sitting on his chest. Throughout the history, people considered this phenomenon as work done by evil spirits. However, the modern science can explain the terrifying event as a Sleep Paralysis…
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Counselling for Jealousy Issues
Jealousy is a complex emotion that people can experience from early childhood throughout the rest of their lives. Feelings of jealousy may be either positive or negative. Both the perpetrator and the recipient of jealousy can experience the negative consequences. The person feeling jealous of another individual commonly denies this emotion. A typical reaction is: “Who, me? I’m not jealous!” Denial of the feeling of jealousy can lead to self-defeating behaviors that others might overlook.
To be Loved is to be Known and to Be Known is to be Loved
To be known is to be loved and to be loved is to be known. And, otherwise what is the point in doing either one of them in the first place? I want to be known. . . (from the video below “Woman at the Well”). Do you feel known? Truly known by another? Do you yearn for that. Do you yearn for the kind of love that knows you through and through, a love that doesn’t hesitate despite anything it finds in you. Recently, I discovered this powerful video and was reminded of the stunning truth about your deepest longing for unconditional love. The dramatic poetry presentation is based on the historical event recorded in John 4—Jesus’ conversation with a woman at a well in Samaria. The woman was startled when Jesus broke cultural taboos to ask her for a drink. The poet in the video gives voice to this Samaritan, an outcast, deemed unclean. Do not miss this video. Watch it. Then watch it a second time. Let the truth of it sink in. This is not just an interesting philosophy, this is reality!