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Compassionate support for parenting anxious children and teens

By 30th April 2021May 4th, 2021No Comments

Compassionate support for parenting anxious children and teens with Dr Malie Coyne.

Mental Health Ireland, together with the Galway Mental Health Association invited Dr Malie Coyne to speak to over 400 parents this month in relation to supportive parenting for children and teens with mental health challenges. 

Dr. Malie Coyne is a Clinical Psychologist and Adjunct Psychology Lecturer at the National University of Ireland Galway who sits on the Mental Health Advisory Panel for the A Lust for Life charity.

Malie released her bestselling book “Love in, Love out: A compassionate approach to parenting your anxious child” with Harper Collins Ireland in July 2020.

With her considerable experience of working with children and families, Malie is fast becoming one of the leading voices in compassionate parenting in Ireland. Through her advocacy work, public speaking and print, radio, and television contributions, Malie shines a light on mental health issues and promotes wellbeing throughout the lifespan.

Attendees were engrossed by Dr Malies delivery, knowledge and understanding in the area of parenting children and teens with various mental health challenges such as anxiety, panic attacks, confidence issues and challenges brought on or worsened by the pandemic. 

Watch the full webinar below and for more information on support services for any of the topics raised click here.

Below are a list of resources, recommended by Dr Coyne:

Self-Kindness book

Additional resource 

Dr Malie’s award-winning bool Love in, Love out

More resources to follow, so check back in again soon. And you can also find Dr Malie online www.DrMalieCoyne.ie