Dr. Harry Barry will be looking at the pathways out of Depression. As society undergoes rapid change and people face perhaps the bleakest economic conditions in modern memory, it is not surprising that the issue of mental health has become more prominent and somewhat more openly discussed than previously. The problems of depression and anxiety seem to be the most prevalent with often debilitating effects on the sufferers and their families. However, in many cases, these afflictions can be treated and risks of recurrence significantly reduced.
Dr Harry Barry's Book Flagging the Therapy takes a holistic view and examines the numerous medical, psychological and complimentary therapies that can all help in negotiating a pathway out of depression. Dr Barry explains the role our minds and brains play in the manifestation of depression, and how these in turn can be shaped to lead us out of illness.
Dublin city centre
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Qualification in Counselling, Psychotherapy or other helping professionals with therapeutic experience and students currently in training.Entry is by application form.
€110 (€90 for Students and Graduates of PCI College)
The following topics will be covered:
- The Neuroscience of Depression and Anxiety
- Drug Therapy
- Talk Therapy
Dr Harry Barry
Dr. Barry is a medical doctor based in County Louth. He has a particular interest in the area of mental health and has extensive experience in his practice of dealing with issues such as depression, addiction and anxiety. He is committed to seeking and counteract the disruptive effects of mental illness both locally and nationally. He is a board member of AWARE, the depression support organisation, and is the author of two books, "Flagging the Problem; A New Approach to Mental Health" and "Flagging the Therapy; Pathways out of Depression and Anxiety".