IAHIP Conference 2016

IAHIP Conference, 2016

Keeping Psychotherapy Relevant to These Changing Times.

IAHIP held a very successful conference on the theme of: Keeping Psychotherapy Relevant to These Changing Times, in the Clarion Hotel, Cork on the 4th March 2016.

Jean Manahan, CEO Irish Council for Psychotherapy, gave a very inspiring keynote speech on Keeping Psychotherapy Relevant to These Changing Times.  Jean’s keynote speech is available HERE to listen to (kindly recorded for IAHIP by Austin Adesso, Video Storyteller @ OurGrandStory.com).

The conference papers, workshops and poster presentations reflected the conference theme. There were 28 presentations in all, divided into the following categories: 14 papers, 7 workshops and 7 poster presentations. We were very happy to have two papers and a workshop from the U.S.A. and are grateful for the international interest in the conference.

Please click HERE for a copy of our Conference Book 2016.

The poster presentations were a new addition to our conference content.  These proved to be a great success.  We had a competition for the best poster which was won by Monique Danaher for her poster, entitled: ‘Dead body, Living Body’. Explorations after sudden death. Congratulations Monique!  The poster presentations are displayed below.

 

Poster Presentations:

Monique Danaher

‘Dead Body, Living Body’ Explorations after sudden death. Monique Danaher.

Hilda Cullinan

Making meaning of psychotherapists’ experiences of the transpersonal component of psychotherapy for suicidal behaviour – a narrative inquiry. Hilda Cullinane.  Poster Presented by Mary Rabbitte.

Grainne Donohue

 Research in Psychotherapy Training: Clinical Implications. Gráinne Donohue.

Deirdre Evans

“I Get Butterflies” A Mother’s Emotional Response to the Relationship with her Child: An Investigation into the Interactions that cause an Emotive Response. Deirdre Evans.

Nicola Harrison

An exploration of the place of psychotherapy in the treatment of schizophrenia in Ireland. Nicola Harrison.

Bevin Herbert

A psychotherapeutic exploration of the presenting issues of Irish women post abortion. Bevin Herbert.

Mileno Sibesto

Psychotherapeutic exploration of the impact of working on multidisciplinary teams in psycho-oncology. Milena Sobesto.