Mental Health is a big problem for many people. Around one in four people will need treatment for a mental health issue at some stage in their lives. Those struggling with depression, anxiety or addictions often wish they could obtain clear and relevant information and ask questions about what deeply bothers them. Also, carers, professionals and community leaders often wish they understood these problems better, so they can offer practical advice and help to those who may be suffering.
Dr. Stephen Critchlow, a retired psychiatrist, and author of the book, Mindful of the Light-practical help and spiritual hope for Mental Health is coming to Manchester to lead a series of three talks on mental health issues.
MENTAL HEALTH TALKS IN SALE
These talks will be in THE LIFE CENTRE 235 Washway Road, Sale M33 4BP on Friday 16th Feb (7-30-9-30pm) and Saturday 17th Feb (9-30-1-00pm).
Topics will be on Friday, Anxiety and Stress Management, and on Saturday, Understanding Addictions, and What is Depression and what treatments are available?
Each of the mental health talks in Sale is in two parts. First, there is a presentation of the subject with questions. Then following a short break there is an optional spiritual reflection on the topic concerned. Entrance is free but a small donation is appreciated. All are welcome.
These talks have been held in many towns and cities in the UK and Ireland, and have been much appreciated by the many who have attended previously. Registration is encouraged in advance on Eventbrite for these mental health talks in Sale.
Over the next two months, I have several meetings planned around the subject of Mental Health.
Each meeting is in two parts, with a break in between. In the first part, I describe a mental health topic and take questions.
In the second part, I talk about related spiritual issues
There has been considerable interest in these subjects as I have taken them to different places.
Mental Health Talks January and February 2018
BELFAST – Four consecutive Monday evenings at 7-30 pm starting Monday January 8th in Forth Spring Inter Community Group, 373-375 Springfield Road, Belfast BT12 7 DG ( Topics: Depression, Suicide, Addictions and Anxiety and Stress)
DUBLIN. Friday 19th -7-30pm and Saturday 20th Jan 9-30 am
Kingstown Suite, Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire,
( Topics, Anxiety and Stress, Addictions and Depression)
COVENTRY Friday 2nd 7-30pm and Sat 3rd Feb 9-30 am
The Jesus Centre, 7 Lamb Street, Coventry CV1 4 AE
(Topics: Anxiety and Stress, Addictions and Depression)
MANCHESTER Friday 16th Feb 7-30pm and Sat 17 th 9-30am
The Life Centre, 255 Washway Road Sale, M33 4 BP
( Topics: Anxiety and Stress, Addictions and Depression)
LONDON-Friday 23rd February. 7-00pm King’s Church Catford, Catford Hill SE6 4PS
Topics: What is Depression and what treatments are available?
Finding God in Depression
All events are free and suitable for all..
Small donations on the door are welcome.
see- Mindful of the Light-Practical Hope and Spiritual Help for Mental Health
for further help on these topics.
Also short radio interviews on the above.
Monday15th Jan 11-10 Spirit Radio,
Tuesday 16th Jan 10-25 UCB
MENTAL HEALTH TALKS JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 2018
Stephen Critchlow – www.stephencritchlowmentalhealth.com
There will be four talks on Monday evenings in January on ‘Mental Health Issues in the Community’.
The talks are on the topics of ‘What is Depression and what Treatments are Available? , Overcoming Suicidal Thoughts, Understanding and Coping with Addictions, and ‘Anxiety and Stress Management’.
Belfast Mental Health Talks -January 2018
Meetings are Mondays 8,15,22,29 January 7-30-9-30, at the Forth Spring Inter Community Group 373-375 Springfield Road, BT12 7DG.
On each evening there will be a presentation of the topic followed by questions and a tea interval.
After the tea interval there will be an optional brief reflection on the Spiritual issues associated with these mental health issues.
Dr Stephen Critchlow who has had many years’ experience as a consultant psychiatrist in Northern Ireland will lead the talks.
The talks are hosted jointly by Mr Ed Peterson (Clonard Monastery) and Rev. Colin Duncan (Methodist Church)
Father Michael Murtagh (previous rector of Clonard Monastery) comments in the introduction to Dr. Critchlow’s new book
Mindful of the Light-practical help and spiritual hope for Mental Health’
‘Dr. Critchlow has spoken on many occasions to groupings at Clonard Monastery , Belfast.
Those attending found his talks most interesting, easy to follow and practical to implement.
His combination of modern psychiatric study with a living spirituality was unique and inspiring’.
All are welcome to Belfast Mental Health Talks-January 2018
Here you will find details of my up-coming Dublin Mental Health Talks on 19th & 20th January 2018.
Mental Health is high on the agenda in Ireland. Many people are struggling to cope with a mental health issue themselves or in their own family. Others wonder how they can practically help a friend or relative with a mental health issue. After the busyness and stress at Christmas many find it difficult to feel positive about the year ahead in the grey days of January.
There seem to be so many questions and so few answers!
Dublin Mental Health Talks – 19th & 20th January 2018
Dr Stephen Critchlow, a retired psychiatrist, over the last several years has been leading talks on mental health in many places in the UK and Ireland and will be holding a series of three talks in Dun Laoghaire on 19th and 20th January 2018. He will talk on Anxiety and Stress Management, Understanding Addictions, and What is Depression and what Treatments are available?
The talks are being held in THE KINGSTOWN SUITE, ROYAL MARINE HOTEL DUN LAOGHAIRE, starting at 7-30 on the Friday evening and 9-00 (for 9-30) on the Saturday morning on 19th and 20th January.
Each talk will be in two parts. The first part gives a clear description of the topic with practical pointers as to how we can help ourselves or others. Then there is time for questions followed by a short break. In the second part there is a short, optional spiritual reflection on the topic being discussed. Many have found these talks very helpful and they are suitable for carers, sufferers, professionals and all those interested in mental health. The book, Mindful of the Light-practical help and Spiritual hope for Mental Health is a further useful resource on these topics. Entry is free although donations are welcome! So plan to come to these Dublin Mental Health Talks on 19th & 20th January 2018.