May 11th: ‘Is social anxiety getting you down?’
Speaker: Odhran McCarthy, Principal Clinical Psychologist – Specialist, HSE Dublin North, Founder/Director of Social Anxiety Ireland
Summary: Odhran McCarthy discusses the link between Social Anxiety and Depression and identifies small things we can do to alleviate both.
The lecture content covers:
- A definition of Social Anxiety
- The prevalence of Social Anxiety
- Who gets Social Anxiety?
- What Social Anxiety is not?
- It’s relationship with Depression
- What can be done?
Aware lectures are free-of-charge to attend and all are welcome to attend. Lectures take place the second Wednesday of every month at the Lecture Theatre, Swift Centre, St. Patrick’s Hospital, James’s St., Dublin 8.
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