16/11/20 10:00 - 11:00

Tell Me The Truth About Loss - A Talk by Psychologist Niamh Fitzpatrick

A conversation with Niamh Fitzpatrick, author of Tell me the Truth About Loss - A Psychologist's Personal Story of Loss, Grief, & Finding Hope. We'll talk about some of the ways that grief surprised Niamh and some of the things that helped her learn to live with loss.

Niamh has degrees in Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Sport Psychology. With 29 years in private practice under her belt, her work focuses on two main areas: Optimum Mental Health; Optimum Performance.

In the sporting arena, Niamh has been the psychologist with All Ireland winning GAA teams at both Senior & Minor level. She was appointed as HQ Psychologist to the Irish Olympic Team for the Olympic Games in Athens (2004), Beijing (2008) and London (2012).

On the mental health platform, in her practice she sees clients referred by GPs and other health professionals. She was also the Agony Aunt on Today FM radio from 2011-2018, contributing to the Ray D’Arcy, Anton Savage, and Neil Delamere shows. She is also a regular keynote speaker at a wide range of mental health events.

Tell me the truth about loss is Niamh's first book and it's recently published by Gill Books.


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