In light of our current situation with a global pandemic, therapy practices will be closed. If this is your first time on my site, I’m a psychologist, with a specialist interest in anxiety disorders. I have been working in psychology for over 20 years, both in Ireland and the NHS in the UK.
Dr Elaine Ryan
Page last reviewed by Dr Elaine Ryan on 10 May 2020
I have offered online therapy and online self-help courses for the past eight years. The self-help courses follow the same format as sessions with me.
The following self-help options and tests are available on my site.
Retrain Your Brain® Courses
I have several self help courses that are available online that you can work on at home, using mobile, tablets or computers.
Important: These tests are not to be used as diagnostic tools and do not replace meeting with a mental health professional for a complete assessment.
Looking after your emotional health during Covid-19.
Most of us are now spending our time indoors, with our routine and support network severely disrupted.
You may feel a mixture of emotions that are difficult to contain. The following recommendations may help you while during the global pandemic.
If you can get outdoors to exercise, make sure you do this even if you do not feel like at it, as exercise boosts your mood as well as improves fitness. It will also help you to sleep better at night.
This download is available for free from MentalHealth.org
Looking after your emotional health
If you are already living with, for example, anxiety, health anxiety or OCD, you might find that you are struggling more than normal. I am in the process of updating articles on the site to include additonal information relating to the impact of coronavirus on mental health conditions.
I shall update the following articles in the coming days.