Watch Back: Dr. Claire Hayes presents on Depression: What I have Learned

Dr. Claire Hayes presents a thoroughly engaging lecture titled “Depression:What I have Learned” exploring the questions below:

  • What is it like for someone to have Depression?
  • What causes Depression?
  • What can we do about Depression?


She expands on themes of attachment, resiliance and the relationship between thoughts, feelings & actions.

Watch the live recording, August 8th of “Depression:What I have Learned

Watch or listen to our online library of lectures recorded in 2012 here.

Our lectures are provided free of charge and all are welcome to attend. Talks take place at the Lecture Theatre, Swift Centre, St. Patrick’s Hospital, James’s St., Dublin 8. Lectures start at 7.30  however we advise that you arrive 15 minutes early to ensure you are seated comfortably. Paid parking is available in the St. Patrick’s Hospital car park (entrance via Steeven’s Lane); alternatively, take the Luas (red line) to Heuston Station and walk (map to St. Patrick’s Hospital).

Our next lecture “ACTing Mindfully in Daily Life” to be presented by Aishling Curtain, Director of ACT Now, Ireland and Counselling Psychologist at St. Edmundsbury & St. Patrick’s University Hospitals will take place on September 12th at St.Patricks Hospital. This is a free event and all are welcome to attend. 


One Response to “Watch Back: Dr. Claire Hayes presents on Depression: What I have Learned”

  1. patrick barbour

    I enjoyed the caring tone that Claire approaches depression with and I feel is critical in therapy. Our thoughts are the villains or our knights.


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