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Social Anxiety Ireland

Odhran McCarthy
Principal Clinical Psychologist


Carmichael Centre,
4 Brunswick Street,
Dublin 7

Mobile Contact:
085-1856582 or

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CBT Group Treatment

The programme, which largely adopts a cognitive
behavioural model, is conducted over fourteen weeks.
If you wish to apply for a place on our Social Anxiety
Programme please read and follow the instructions in
the section ‘Process of applying for a place in our
Social Anxiety Programme.’

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New Members Welcome

Hello. Welcome to our New Notice Board. Our Board of Directors and Committee Members meet every couple of months to discuss business and fundraising matters. We are always on the lookout for new committee members to volunteer. We welcome…

Exercise and Social Anxiety – does it help?

Hi, Last year we did some investigating in scientific journals about whether or not exercise can help reduce social anxiety. You can read what we found out here. The TL;DR version is that we found that exercise can help alleviate social…