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Family Information Series: Understanding Trauma from a Family Perspective

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St Patrick's Mental Health Services (SPMHS) invites you to join the second webinar in our family information series.

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The next webinar in our Mental Health Recovery: A Family Perspective series focuses on Understanding Trauma from a Family Perspective. Dr Clodagh Dowling, Head of the Department of Psychology in SPMHS, discusses the challenges faced by families supporting a loved one who is working through trauma.

When supporting someone in mental health recovery, family members often find it challenging to access simple practical information on mental ill health, services, support and self care. This webinar aims to address any questions or concerns you, as a carer, may have.

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During our family information series, we will host a webinar each month focusing on a particular mental health concern from the perspective of the family or carers. The webinars will be delivered by different mental health professionals and will cover topics such as addiction, anxiety, eating disorders and many others.

If you would like more information on where you can find support as a carer for someone with mental health difficulties, visit the Carers and Supporters page on our website or download a copy of our Carers and Supporters Information Guide.

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St Patrick's Mental Health Services is Ireland's largest independent, not-for-profit mental health service provider. Our vision is to see a society where all citizens are empowered and given the opportunity to live mentally healthy lives. We aspire to provide the highest quality mental healthcare, promote mental health, and advocate for the rights of those who experience mental health difficulties. 

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