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Maintaining Balance in a New Reality

A Lecture Series that explores Practical Exercises for Wellbeing

As restrictions ease, there can be any number of feelings we might all be faced with as we move forward into the world. There might be a feeling of excitement and relief after a long absence of social connection. Or, perhaps there is a sense of trepidation of a new reality in which we are all just finding our feet.

This wellbeing lecture series addresses any feelings of unease and explores ways in which this transitional moment might provide opportunities for growth and change.

These sessions will be held online via Zoom. There is an option to purchase the whole series or each event individually.

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Living with change – challenge and opportunity.

Vidyamala Burch – September 12th 12pm -13pm

2020 has been a challenging and unpredictable year. In this lecture Vidyamala will speak about how to navigate upheaval using mindful and compassionate tools, showing how these approaches can help us deal with life’s inevitable challenges.

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Vidyamala Burch is founder and co-Director of Breathworks, an organization offering mindfulness-based and compassion-based approaches to living well with chronic pain, illness and stress. In 2008 she published Living Well with Pain and Illness: the Mindful Way to Ease Your Suffering (Piatkus) which is based on the Breathworks programme. She has also produced led meditation CDs and booklets available through Breathworks. She is also the author (with Dr Danny Penman) of Mindfulness for Health , which was awarded first prize (Popular Medicine) at the BMA Medical Book Awards 2014. Her newest (2016) book, Mindfulness for Women, is aimed at time-pressed women who want an accessible way into the benefits of mindfulness.

The price of the Talk is €20.00. You can also buy the two talks as a set for €30.00

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Self-Care during Covid

Ian Robertson – October 24th 12pm – 13pm

Ian Robertson’s lecture will investigate how a lot of psychological distress can be addressed by seeking to balance the approach and avoidance systems of our brain.

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Prof. Ian Robertson was professor of psychology at Trinity College Dublin 1999–2016 and was the founding director of Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience, as well as dean of research of Trinity College from 2004–2007. He earned his master’s and doctoral degrees at the University of London, where he qualified in clinical psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry.

The price of the Talk is €20.00. You can also buy the two talks as a set for €30.00

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