CPD Study Group For Psychotherapists

Would you like to be part of a small group that will provide an exciting and stimulating opportunity to deepen clinical knowledge whilst offering ongoing relational support for you as a practitioner?

Monique Danaher will be running monthly study groups for psychotherapists in Limerick City.

These groups will be experiential rather than theoretical learning only. They will provide a learning environment where the intention is to include our “lived bodies” experience in the conversation as we engage with the theory. This will help us to continue to develop our own capacity for embodied presence and foster mind body integration. In this way we parallel our work with our clients. Clinical material will be part of our discussions.

Please see below for a list of current groups. You can contact Monique on 087 6272304 or email moniquedanaher@gmail.com if you would have any questions in relation to the group or to request an application form.

Topic – Trauma and the body

Location – Limerick City

Date – Last Friday of every month beginning 31/03/17. (No meeting in August.)

Time – 9:15 to 11:15

Cost- 60 Euro
 This study group is for those interested in deepening their understanding of how trauma impacts the body and the mind. As part of this group we will be experientially exploring somatic interventions on ourselves and inquiring into the impact of these exercises in our own bodies. We will also be discussing cases from our practice. This group is intended for accredited psychotherapists.

Monique Danaher MA is a relational and integrative psychotherapist practicing in Limerick City since 1997.She is accredited with IAHIP, ICP and she holds the European certificate of psychotherapy. She also works as a supervisor; trainer and group facilitator. She integrates developmental, relational and somatic perspectives/ approaches in her practice. Her work reflects her deep interest in the recovery of the voice of the living body and healing the wounds of the heart.

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