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Inpatient – by Jess McCaul

By Karolyn Ward on Wednesday, July 24th, 2019 in Blog, News.

Jess McCaul tells her story of accessing inpatient care as a supportive environment where recovery is possible. I spent two years fighting for inpatient treatment. Two years trying to get the specialised care I knew I needed because outpatient treatment just wasn’t working. It was like I was swimming against the current and was barely […]


Chasing the Rainbow, by Aoife Burke

By Karolyn Ward on Tuesday, June 11th, 2019 in Blog.

Chasing the Rainbow Chasing the rainbow. Leaving sparks of light. Spinning and weaving through dusky clouds, entwined with light. As I sleep I imagine these hues of light and shade breathing out a rainbow of colour. Liquid gold of heavenly sunlight pours over the earth below, like golden syrup, drowning everything in its path. Mist […]


“Hope”, a book by Patrick Clifford

By Karolyn Ward on Monday, April 1st, 2019 in Blog.

Patrick has recently self published his second book, Hope. Hope features a selection of poetry, songs and short stories, both memoirs and fiction. Patrick entitled the book “Hope” to reflect his own difficulties in life, both mental and physical. He wishes to give readers inspiration and a sense of hope. The cover features an image […]


Shine Lights

By Cillian Russell on Friday, January 25th, 2019 in Blog.

Shine Lights,  twilight clients despite, our complete month missing, seems there’s method, not meeting, rhyme likewise, taking omission into account, last group venture, very special rendered, by means,  sweet treats, choc confectionary, ‘Mr. Kipling,’  cakes, where appeals, swell extra,  fun exercises, would make, opportune heeding,  of our meeting, methods separate, to recommend exercise, flex, unclasp, […]


2 poems by Denis O’Sullivan

By Cillian Russell on Wednesday, January 16th, 2019 in Blog.

No More Tears I’ve cried And  Ive cried Till I Can cry No More So heartbroken And devastated As I Watched you Walk out That door And the Feelings that I have  for you You may Never know As you Left me behind Was it Because you just didn’t Love me No more Oh how […]


Loving You

By Mary Malone on Wednesday, December 5th, 2018 in Blog, News.

The hardest thing  For me  to do Is letting go And stop  loving you    Cause no matter What we’re Going through  We should  At Least  Give it One more try    Sure we  May of  Said things  That we  might regret  and I’m sure In time  it’s something  that we both  will forget    […]




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