Tag Archives: Psychology

Eating Disorder Awareness Week 2016


Eating Disorder Awareness Week 22nd to 28th of February 2016.   Dr. Gillian Moore-Groarke, Consultant Psychologist Ms. Amy-Rose Hayes, Psychology Graduate, PSI   Eating disorders are a group of conditions that can have profound effects on individual’s physical, psychological and social well-being. They are characterised by dysfunctional relationships with food intake, which may take the […]

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Depression Of all mental health issues, depression has been described as one of the most common. Indeed, it is estimated that about 1 in 10 individuals in Ireland are affected by depression at any one time. Despite its prevalence, depression can have devastating effects on an individual’s life, social relationships and on society, especially if […]

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The evolving role of the Psychologist in Irish Law


The evolving role of the Psychologist in Irish Law In a system that is presented every day with complex and challenging issues relating to human behaviour, expert psychological input can serve to be invaluable in Irish law. However, the Irish court system, particularly in regards to family law, has been deemed as inadequate and insensitive […]

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