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Dr. Eithne Hunt, Dept. of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy, UCC.
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Dr. Eithne Hunt

Occupational Therapist & College Lecturer

http://publish.ucc.ie/profiles/C024/ehunt

Dr. Eithne Hunt is an Irish State registered occupational therapist who has clinical, research and teaching expertise in the area of young people's health. Eithne has 23 years' experience of working directly with young people in health and education sectors. She is a multi award-winning university lecturer at the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, University College Cork, Ireland where she has developed innovative curricula on everyday activities and health. She is trained to deliver the Mindfulness in Schools Project interventions and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction for Teens [MBSR-T]. Eithne’s research is underpinned by population health, positive youth development, ecological and occupational perspectives of health; positive psychology and developmental neuroscience. Her current teaching and research interests are in applying a public health model of occupational therapy in adolescent mental health, with particular interest in universal health promotion and prevention occupation-based lifestyle interventions for adolescents in school and college. She also works as academic advisor to University College Cork's Graduate Attributes Programme.

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Trimming Down and Firming Up – Reflections on Beginning a New Year in COVID19 Lockdown

by Dr. Eithne Hunt
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Tend & befriend: Self-care and self-compassion in challenging times

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Trial and error, schedules and surprises – family life and being “good enough” during COVID-19 lockdown

by Dr. Eithne Hunt
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Keeping it together when it feels like things are falling apart

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Everyday Matters – healthy habits for college students

by Dr. Eithne Hunt
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