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  • 30/05/2023 15:48 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    When: 3 - 5 November 2023
    Where: Online (Zoom)
    Cost: €560
    Early bird price €520 available till 15th of September
    CPD: 24 hours

    Would you like to help your clients identify, process and release the neurophysiological sources of emotional and physical pain, dissociation and other challenging symptoms? Brainspotting draws on the latest developments in neuroscience and uses the relevant eye positions to access memory systems and release trauma. Brainspotting can be easily integrated into your clinical practice and enhance the effectiveness of any method already used.

    Join Phase 1 training in November and bring deep healing and lasting change to your clients.

    Be invited for a free webinar Introduction to Brainspotting on Wednesday, 28th June at 20:00 BST

    For more information, please contact us at: info@brainspottingireland.com or visit us at: www.brainspottingireland.com

  • 30/05/2023 15:08 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Centre for MindBody Integration

    Transgenerational Regeneration Institute

    RPM Introduction Workshop: Dublin,Ireland
    Presented by Dr Ame Cutler

    July 8 & 9, 2023
    Saturday & Sunday 9.00 to17.00
    330 (Light Lunch Included) 13 CPD Hours
    25% of your tuition fee will be donated to a non-profit organization of your choosing currently listed on the TRI Website 

    Regeneration Process Method Two Day Workshop

    This workshop is open to one and all-if you are interested in bringing about regeneration and transformation on a transgenerational, personal, community and earth level this workshop is for you!

    "As change-agents, those of us in the healing professions, activists for equality, social justice and climate crisis concerns, and spiritual leaders in community make it our life’s purpose to assist in the transformation of human experience and planetary well-being."

    "The process of regeneration has always been experienced as the essential step beyond sustainability. The act of regeneration is a participatory endeavor, one that affords a deep connection with Spirit and Nature, the seen and unseen community of all living beings."
    Dr Ame Cutler

    Location: Ashe House, Centre for MindBody Integration, K45 TK85
    Local Organizer: Anne Kirwan info@ashehouse.ie
    Register and pay online at: Offerings - Transgenerational Regeneration Institute
    Limited Places Available - book early to avoid disappointment!

  • 30/05/2023 15:07 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Supervision Group: Psychodynamic & Systemic Approach
    Dr. Evelyn P. Gilmore
    September, 2023, to May, 2024.

    Group Supervision

    This group provides an opportunity for coaches, organisational consultants, organisational psychologists and group facilitators tobe supported in their work through a small group supervision process. This supervision group will also be pertinent for human resource professionals, training and development professionals and allied professionals. The group supervision provides a space for group participants to reflect on their work with individual clients, to reflect on their work with groups and/or to reflect on their internal / external organisational consultancy projects.

    The group will be facilitated from a psychodynamic and systemic perspective. When working from a psychodynamic perspective, feelings and thoughts that operate below the surface are sometimes brought to the surface so that they can be better understood and worked through. In addition, coaches and consultants who operate in an organisational system or who work with clients within organisations can gain new insights into the complexity of their environments and the various systemic elements that may be impacting on them and/or their clients.

    Supervisor: Dr.Evelyn P. Gilmore B.A., M.Sc., Prof. D., C. Psychol. Ps.S.I., M.A.C., M.I.A.H.I.P.

    Evelyn is a consultant work & organisational psychologist, an accredited psychotherapist, a business and executive coach, a coach trainer and a supervisor of coaches and organisational consultants. She has an honours degree in psychology from national university of Ireland, Galway, and a first class honours masters in work and organisational psychology from Dublin City University. She has received a Tavistock Qualification in Consulting from the Tavistock in London, and has completed a Professional Doctorate in Organisational Consultancy with the Tavistock. Evelyn has worked at a senior level with world class organisations, and her current clients include individuals, groups and organisations from both the public, private and voluntary sector. In addition, she has lectured on organisational change to masters students in the department of management in the University of Galway, and has been a visiting lecturer to doctorate students in the Tavistock in London.

    Dates and Times

    Saturday, 16thSeptember, 2023. 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
    Saturday, 11thNovember, 2023. 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
    Saturday, 6thJanuary, 2024. 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
    Saturday, 9th March, 2024. 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
    Saturday, 11thMay, 2024. 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

    There will be a 20 minutes coffee break mid-morning, and tea / coffee will be provided during this time.

    Programme Venue and Cost

    The group supervision will be held in The Grand Hotel, Malahide, Dublin. The total cost of the Group Supervision for the year is €1,210plus VAT of 23% per person. This amounts to a total of €1,488.30 per person.

    The Supervision fee can be paid in two instalments. The first instalment / booking deposit of €800 is paid on acceptance of the place in the supervision group. The balance of €688.30is payable on or before the 6th January, 2024.

    Reservation Details

    The numbers are limited to six participants in the Group.

    If you are interested in reserving a place in the supervision group, please contact Evelyn P. Gilmore. Telephone Evelyn on 087 794 4048. Alternatively, you can contact Evelyn by e-mail on evelyngilmore15@gmail.com

  • 30/05/2023 14:48 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Rooms for Rent - The Dun Laoghaire Therapy Centre

    Are you looking for beautiful, inviting, comfortable and peaceful rooms to welcome your clients? Would you like to join our Collective? The newly renovated Dún Laoghaire Therapy Centre is now renting therapy space to therapists and wellbeing practitioners in the heart of the town.

    We rent on a 4hourly slot basis: 9am-1pm, 1pm-5pm and 5pm-9pm. We do have some flexibility around these times so if you are interested please get in touch with us. We offer temporary sessional hourly rental to therapists who take a slot with us. Our license/lease is flexible with very short notice is required to end contracts. Rates are less than €15 per hour.

    We are a fully alarmed centre with the security of a camera intercom/buzzer system, monitored panic buttons in each therapy room, fully fire regulated (alarmed and monitored), waiting room, bathrooms, kitchenette and wi-fi throughout. Our rooms are beautifully furnished and warmly lit and have been purpose designed for therapists and clients in any wellbeing/therapeutic profession. It is a space to work, network and grow your practice.

    We offer:

    • a safe place to work
    • a fully furnished, newly renovated space with comfortable furniture and lighting as well as beautiful planting and artwork on the walls 
    • the use of the centre’s postal address for all of your business requirements
    • bio and profile picture and event advertisement on our site and across social (no extra charge)
    • referrals
    • competitive rents (bills and rates included)
    • easy-end contracts
    • full wi-fi access 
    • centrally located with easy access for clients
    • fully serviced rooms 
    • access all year long 

    If you would like to find out more, please contact us today info@dunlaoghairetherapycentre.ie

    Dun Laoghaire Therapy Centre, First Floor, 98 Patrick Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 R282

  • 30/05/2023 14:35 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Spacious and comfortable therapy rooms for hire in Skerries, Co. Dublin

    Sessional and block booking arrangements available for daytime, evening and weekends. Free on street parking. This relaxing space is suitable for adult counselling and psychotherapy. A creative therapy room is also available for play therapy, art therapy or sand tray therapy.

    Contact Jennifer to enquire
    starlightpsychotherapy@gmail.com 086 862 3993

  • 30/05/2023 14:35 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Fool’s Dance Gestalt Company offers an opportunity to participate in Paul Rebillot’s
    The Lover’s Journey – A Quest for the Inner Man and Woman
    July 1st- 8th 2023
    at Slí an Chroí, Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow.

    Despite what the title may seem to suggest, ‘The Lover’s Journey is not a ‘couples’ workshop. Instead it leads us on a journey of self-discovery – rooted in Jungian psychology and inspired by the ancient concept of the Alchemical Marriage – through which we will come to know and own both the masculine and the feminine aspects of ourselves, our positive and negative man and our positive and negative woman. Finding, owning and harmoniously uniting these masculine and feminine archetypes that we all carry deep within ourselves, experiencing their humour as well as their power, is essential if we are to experience the totality of our wholeness.

    The workshop is highly experiential, and weaves together creatively music, movement, dramatization, image-making, meditation, ritual, gestalt practice into an integrated process.

    Some comments from previous participants in this workshop:

    • Brilliant. Lovely content and flow. All made sense. Beautifully held, joyful, sacred and creative. This work is authentic and pure magic.

    • Nourishing, beautifully paced, supportive, gentle yet challenging, growthful, hugely motivational.

    For a more detailed description of the workshop process go to the workshop page on our Fool's Dance website at: http://foolsdancegestaltcompany.ie/workshops/the-lovers-journey

    To apply for a place, complete the form at http://foolsdancegestaltcompany.ie/next-workshop

  • 30/05/2023 14:23 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The UCD School of Medicine MScX348 Child Art Psychotherapy is open to applications for September 2023.

    This programme is a four-year, part-time taught master’s programme. Suitable for professionals from a broad range of backgrounds including teachers, nurses, counsellors, social workers, psychotherapists, psychiatrists and psychologists who wish to specialise in using images in a psychotherapeutic context to understand the inner world of the child.

    Teaching comprises lectures, seminars, training in Child Art Psychotherapy. Individual and group supervision session. Placement in Child and Adolescent Mental Health teams as part of the programme.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • A third level degree or equivalent is required.
    • Experience of working with children and adolescents within mental health or educational settings is an advantage.
    • Applicants are short-listed based on their previous professional experience and the short-listed candidates are interviewed to assess their suitability.
    • Successful applicants are required to consent to garda clearance being sought which is standard procedure for professionals engaged in direct work with young people.

    For a more detailed programme description and application advice, visit our website or email aine.begley@ucd.ie

  • 30/05/2023 12:25 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Centre for MindBody Integration

    Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) 5 day Residential Intensive with Anne Kirwan

    Certified MSC Teacher

    September 3rd @ 4.00pm-September 8th, 2023, at 1.00pm
    Come Join me at Ballyvaloo Retreat and Conference Centre, County Wexford

    Learn to use the core practices of self-compassion so that it is possible to love others without losing yourself

    This intensive training offers you a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the key practices of mindful self-compassion, based on the research and work of the founders Kristin Neff and Chris Germer. Learn how powerful and transformative mindful self-compassion is, while staying at relaxing single ensuite accommodation, nourished by freshly prepared vegetarian food and a beautiful 11 km beach!

    This somatic and experiential Intensive is particularly suited to counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, and ALL mental health professionals to enhance and deepen your personal and professional understanding of self-compassion.

    CPD hours: 30 hours awarded
    Special Early Bird Discount Available Until Friday June 9th 2023

    For Further Information, 2022 MSC Testimonials, Registration and Payment Process:



    01 843 7359 or 087 205 4524

  • 30/05/2023 12:23 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    PCI College's MSc Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

    This master’s programme is for practitioners who wish to gain specialist training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

    The course is designed to meet the criteria for accreditation with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)**.

    The programme sets out to develop practitioners who can work individually in a professional practice setting or as part of a multi-disciplinary team in various settings using CBT approaches. It is designed to provide you, as the learner, with the theoretical knowledge, practical skills and personal confidence to apply strategic protocols of CBT in the area of mental health and general health wellbeing.

    Who is this course for?

    The MSc CBT is a comprehensive professional training course focused on the acquisition, refinement and application of CBT skills across a variety of presenting issues and settings. The course is designed to enhance trainees’ existing qualifications. Applicants include counsellors and psychotherapists and those from a BABCP recognised core profession (Psychiatry, Social Work, Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Medicine, Mental Health Nursing, Art Therapy). The course is designed to meet the criteria for BABCP accreditation**. The course is not a stand-alone counselling qualification.

    What are the benefits of doing this course?

    This programme has been developed to meet an ever-expanding need in the Irish market to provide high quality, affordable education to individuals wishing to enhance their qualifications. This Master’s in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can be regarded as one of the most innovative programmes of its kind in Ireland, with an emphasis on third-wave interventions supplementing more traditional approaches. The programme centres around theoretical knowledge, skills and experiential growth which will instil a sense of competence, confidence and clarity for the developing CBT practitioner. We integrate professional development through self-reflection, emphasising personal capabilities such as self-awareness, integrity, sensitivity, flexibility, insight, compassion, imagination, and personal presence.

    What will you learn?

    As a student in the MSc programme, you will be immersed in the therapeutic skills required to work with varying complex cases. You will experience practical application of both skills and theory in class and through a clinical placement setting, supported via in class and external supervision. You will be provided with opportunities to evaluate and critically assess appropriate interventions for the client group and develop proficiency in assessment and case formulation skills.

    You will develop mastery of CBT application complemented by the efficacy of 3rd wave approaches. You will also have opportunities to create your own specialisation through our CBT in Specialised Areas module and via your dissertation.

    This Masters is designed to be participative and experiential and draw on prior professional experience whenever possible. The academic value of the programme is enhanced by a learning environment that is warm, transparent, and genuine. On completion, you will have a range of transferable skills and a deep understanding of this new area of professional practice.

    **The course is designed to meet the criteria for BABCP accreditation. The course can be assessed as an accredited course within the first year of the programme cycle.

    VENUES THAT RUN THIS COURSE: Dublin City - Jervis St. Location

    Apply at https://pcicollege.ie/master-cognitive-behavioural-therapy or by using the application form attached.

  • 30/05/2023 12:08 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    MSc Addiction Counselling & Psychotherapy

    There is a growing awareness of the widespread harm caused by addiction to individuals, families and society at large and an evolving shift of reliance from a medically based model of treatment to engaging in Talking Therapies.

    In an experiential and participative environment, this course offers students the opportunity to acquire key skills and theoretical knowledge to effectively engage with the addiction recovery process.

    Who is this course for?

    The MSc Addiction Counselling & Psychotherapy is a comprehensive professional training course, focused on working therapeutically with people dealing with addiction. This course is aimed at graduates who are currently working, or plan to work, in addiction services, including counsellors and psychotherapists, doctors, nurses, youth workers, social carers, social workers, psychologists and those who wish solidify and enhance their qualifications whilst gaining contemporary theoretical knowledge and practical skills. The course is validated, subject to review, by Middlesex University, designed to supplement trainees’ existing qualifications and is not a stand-alone counselling qualification. This course will also serve professionals within the addiction field who wish to pursue accreditation with the Addiction Counsellors Ireland (ACI) While the ACI does not accredit courses, it does accredit individual applicants taking into account training, qualifications and experience in the field. The MSc Addiction Counselling & Psychotherapy programme is designed to fulfil a number of these essential criteria.

    What are the benefits of doing this course?

    On completion of the course, you will have developed an advanced competency and proficiency working with clients presenting with a wide range of addiction issues in a variety of contemporary settings. You will more fully understand the complex and challenging nature of addiction and recovery, whilst prizing the agency of the individual. You will be well placed to influence attitudes and affect policy in the workplace, community and society. The programme complements the ‘no wrong door’ approach as advocated within national policy which broadens career opportunities, such as those within the health service, private practice, and work within voluntary settings and mental health organisations.

    What will you learn?

    The course is designed to give learners a working understanding of the theories, process and dynamics of addiction in an ever-changing biopsychosocial context with a strong focus on effective, evidence-based approaches to treatment and counselling. With the individual at the heart of any treatment approach, students will be equipped with a variety of clinical skills applicable to the complex presentation of addiction that spans diverse populations. The programme addresses the ever-pervasive influence of the internet and how it exacerbates the deleterious effects of behavioural addictions such as compulsive gambling, sexual addiction and gaming. The role of the family is evaluated in addition to broader mental health and dual diagnosis issues. Students will experience addiction from a multidisciplinary viewpoint during site visits and within reflexive clinical practice in addition to developing proficiency in three different talk therapy modalities.

    VENUES THAT RUN THIS COURSE: Dublin West (Clondalkin)

    Apply at https://pcicollege.ie/master-addiction-counselling or by application attached.

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