Dr. Colm O'Connor with Micheál O'Mathúna. Dr. Colm O’Connor, Psychologist, Family Therapist + Author talks about Death, Relationships, Happiness, Vulnerability + Our Irish Ancestors.
Find out more below... This interview was conducted by Micheál O’Mathúna who is a Journalist, Author, Filmmaker, Media Relations Consultant and Radio Show presenter. He also conducts one-to-one coaching, group coaching and delivers transformative workshops in various areas of health and wellbeing. He is also the founder of The Health Zone, which an inspiring, motivational and educational platform to empower people to be healthier, happier, more authentic and realise their true potential in their lives. You can find out more about Micheál O’Mathúna and The Health Zone here. You listen to every episode of The Health Zone here ------> http://www.thehealthzones.com/ Follow us on Instagram here ---> https://www.instagram.com/dhealthzone/ Follow us on Facebook here ----> https://www.facebook.com/thehealthzoneshow/ Follow us on Twitter here ---> https://twitter.com/dhealthzone Subscribe to our YouTube channel here ---> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkbZXDYJF_ypdjEmQk-BEIg ---> Join our Facebook Group here ---> https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehealthzone/ Colm tells: ----more---- How the minute that you embrace death is the minute you start living. How they are three relationships in every relationship and if one is out of balance, it effects the other relationships. How the secret to happiness is pealing away the layers and remembering who you are. How vulnerability is the heart of humanity and when you lose touch of that you can become self righteous, fundamentalist and arrongant or fearful. And how we can learn from our Irish ancestors to bring more truth and happiness into our lives. Dr. Colm O Connor is a nationally recognised Family Psychologist, Couples Therapist, Domestic Violence Clinician and Writer. His most recent book " The Courage to Love" follows from his previous bestseller, "The Courage to be Happy". Colm has been Clinical Director of the Cork Marriage Counselling Centre for 20 years where he has practiced as a clinician, researcher and supervisor. Dr. O Connor was founder of the Cork Domestic Violence Project in the early nineties and has been registered as a clinical psychologist and family therapy supervisor for many years. He was a co-founder of the Association of Agency-Based Counselling in Ireland and has served on the Board of Directors of the Family Support Agency. He strives to integrate psychological thinking with literary and psycho-spiritual resources. www.drcolmoconnor.com