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During the pandemic Paddy found solace in the beauty of his surroundings and paired it with poetry readings. Alongside his ongoing work as an advocate for mental health and addiction recovery in the workplace, Paddy understands that creativity goes hand-in-hand with personal mindfulness.
A word from Paddy:
“Sunday 30th May is my late Dad’s 108th Birthday – he loved being immersed in the natural outdoor world – looking out over the Shannon Estuary from his bolt hole (as kids we knew it as the turf shed)
Last week I got my 2nd Covid vaccine at the Tarbert Medical Centre, also overlooking the same Shannon Estuary. A massive Thank You to Dr. Dom Lehane and his team for the most professionally delivered vaccination service to the senior citizens in our community over the past few months.
Come to think of it all who live in our locality are never more than a ‘stone’s throw away’ from the beautiful Shannon Estuary – so with summertime now in full flow click here and bring the calming waters, spoken word and music into your life for the next ten minutes.”
Paddy shares these poetry videos, and local insights of Tarbert, with you and hope they will bring you peace and harmony, in times of adversity.
Latest Poetry with Paddy Videos
I had the excellent good fortune to meet Paddy Creedon in Oxford where we were presenters at the Master Series – Europe’s largest Mental Health and Trauma Conference – in 2023. Paddy is an incredible talent. The huge heart he has for people, his work and his advocacy are matched only by his gift for poetry, creation and performance. My absolute favourite experience at that conference, aside from meeting Paddy, was to be a part of a creative and moving poetic journey that would ultimately arrive at a full length poem, penned by Paddy on the sudden and unexpected death of Sinaed O’Connor. That day in Oxford, listening to his poem was like listening to your heart beating in symphony with everyone around you. Paddy lead this highly professional, creative performance with approximately 100 people with the utmost care, grace and ease.
When I am in Paddy’s presence, I feel safe and calm. When I speak to Paddy, I feel seen and heard. When I witness his spoken word, I am moved by the eloquence with which he writes and performs his observations of life. I am so thankful for you Paddy.
Delegates at this year’s Master Series Trauma and Mental Health Conference in Oxford were treated to two wonderful performances by Celtic Grace and Paddy Creedon.
‘Celtic Kindness’, their musical story of the life of iconic and blind harpist Turlough O’Carolan in 17th century Ireland, created a truly captivating and uplifting experience in the world-famous Sheldonian theatre. Storytelling accompanied by such talented performances on the harp and flute.
The following day, their outdoor performance of music and poetry at the University’s Examination Schools evoked a mesmerising sense of calm in the late summer sunshine. A wonderful opportunity to relax and recharge whilst taking a break during the conference. In addition you created such a unique and moving tribute to the late Sinéad O’Connor, which the audience were so touched by.
I highly recommend both these performances – the artists have the attentiveness and flexibility to tailor their performances exactly to the requirements of your conference or event.
A huge thank you for today! Everyone was so impressed. You spoke so eloquently and from the heart. Not an easy thing but so important for people to hear your voice. And I’ve had nothing but amazing feedback and compliments for my choice speakers.
My heartfelt gratitude for all the support Paddy provided during our study trip to Dublin. His professionalism and enthusiasm were truly remarkable, and they played a significant role in making our trip a resounding success.
The feedback from everyone who participated in the study trip has been overwhelmingly positive, and it’s clear that Paddy’s guidance and assistance were instrumental in creating such a wonderful experience. We all thoroughly enjoyed the knowledge exchange with the Irish healthcare professionals, and it was a fantastic opportunity to learn and grow together.
MINOZ Research Centre on Hospital Operations Management
Developing business plans from startups to large corporations, Paddy Creedon brings a personable and creative approach to business management.
Grounded in over 40 years experiences, along with his academic qualifications Paddy has the innate ability to get to the nub of the business challenges, quickly and is very solution focused.
Paddy also enjoys public speaking, poetry and creative writing...