Psoriasis is a complex condition that may severely impact your quality of life and self-esteem, reducing confidence, and even taking an emotional toll. We are now looking at psoriasis from the inside out. So, if you are living with psoriasis, we urge you not to suffer in silence but to encourage people around you- your friends, family and healthcare professionals- to #AskHowIFeel, and open up to them about both your physical and emotional experience of psoriasis. Talking to those around you can be very helpful in building support systems to minimise the impact psoriasis has on your day-to-day life.

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Living with Psoriasis – Public Information Evening

Please join us at the #AskHowIFeel: Living with Psoriasis Public Information Evening to hear Dr Murphy and other experts discuss practical steps you can take to ensure you are supported emotionally on your own psoriasis journey.

Clinical Psychologist, Dr Eddie Murphy, is collaborating with a number of people in Ireland living with psoriasis, looking at how it is affecting their emotional wellbeing.

Together, they will work step-by-step to achieve goals designed to overcome these challenges. Dr Murphy will use his expertise to provide people with simple tools to help them take control, while building a positive mindset around managing their psoriasis.

Brought to you by Novartis

Date and Time
Thursday May 3

The Alex Hotel
41-47 Fenian Street
D02 H678

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Useful Tools

Psoriasis Booklet (PDF)

Our new 'What you need to know about psoriasis booklet' has been prepared to help you understand your condition, talk with your doctor,  learn about available treatments and find useful tips for living with psoriasis.


Track your Symptoms

SymTrac Psoriasis is a free app for Android and iOS that empowers people with psoriasis to track their symptoms and the impact of psoriasis on their quality of life over time.

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