Dublin City Arts Office
The LAB, Foley Street, Dublin 1

+353 1 222 5455


Resilience and Self Support

13 January 2016 11.30AM

Dr. Niall Crumlish is a psychiatrist since 1999 and a music fan since 1984, which he says ‘is the first time I remember telling my dad not to turn a particular song (Wham’s ‘Freedom’) off the radio’. He has written for State and Hot Press, Sunday Business Post and opinion pieces in the Irish Times and Irish Independent. He has been a consultant psychiatrist in St. James’s Hospital, Dublin, since 2010.

He blogs about music and mental health on Psychiatry and Songs: psychiatryandsongs.com Adie Clarke has had a varied career as a teacher, a psychotherapist, a group facilitator, a behaviour management consultant, and as a mindfulness mentor and educator. She has over 30 years’ experience working with schools and other organisations, children, adolescents, teachers, parents and health professionals, both here and in Canada. Currently, the focus of her work is to offer skills in the areas of stress management, self-regulation and behaviour management for both adults and children through practical tools & strategies and CBT based mindfulness and resilience training. Her motto is: ‘Whether we’re eight or eighty, we’re all trying to get through the day the best way we can.’

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