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  • 27/09/2022 16:11 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Are you a psychotherapy student, attending personal therapy as part of your educational curriculum?

    Would you consider participating in a small research study, exploring the mandatory nature of personal therapy, from the perspective of the student practitioner?

    The study is entitled ‘An exploration of the experience of mandatory personal therapy for trainee psychotherapists in Ireland’

    The research will take place during the coming academic year as part of a MSc in Psychotherapy at Dublin City University.

    If you are currently a student on an Irish third-level psychotherapy training course, that contains a mandatory requirement to attend personal therapy, you may be eligible for inclusion in this study. Participation will involve a confidential interview, in person or via a secure zoom videocall.

    If you are interested in taking part or have any further questions, please contact Liz Clarke by email or telephone.

    Email: elizabeth.clarke38@mail.dcu.ie

    Mobile: 083 092 4073

  • 27/09/2022 15:52 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Body Psychotherapy Course January 2023

    6-day training in how to read and work with the body in psychotherapy:

    Day 1: (am) The Body and Attachment; (pm) The Body and Character Structures - Biodynamics.

    Day 2: The Psychodynamic Story of the Character Structures.

    Day 3: The Body and Trauma.

    Day 4: (am) Reading the Body; (pm) The Body and Awareness: Focusing/Mindfulness.
    Day 5: (am) The Body and Expression – Gestalt; (pm) The Body and Shame.

    Day 6: The Body and Expression – Psychodrama.

    Dates: Saturdays: (2023) January 28, February 25, March 25, April 22, May 20, June 17.

    Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm.                     Cost: 650 euros.

    Venue: Avila Carmelite Centre, Bloomfield Avenue, Morehampton Road, Donnybrook, Dublin 4

    For enquiries or bookings:

    Call Thomas Larkin MA, MIAHIP, on 085 7283697.
    Or Email:
    info@thomaslarkin.ie Details at www.thomaslarkin.ie

  • 27/09/2022 15:26 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New Group Supervision

    Would you like to join a new supervision group with a difference. Join me in a new hybrid supervision group with online sessions and 4 in person outdoor sessions in Co Clare.

    • Let’s grow and flourish together through the seasons.
    • Let’s honour Place, Movement, Symbolism and the Body in the supervision process.

    Participant requirement

    Participants need to be accredited psychotherapists with an interest in exploring their process and their practice in creative ways including working outdoors. Participants however do NOT need to practice outdoors with their clients.

    From Oct 2022 to May 2023 we will meet monthly (on Fridays) in a unique blend of online and in person outdoor sessions in Co Clare. An outdoor session will take place in each season.

    • Max 4 participants and myself.
    • Total of 17.5 Hrs group supervision. Online sessions will be 1.5 Hrs each and in person sessions will be 2.5 Hrs each.

    Contact me for more details via email at joannepsychotherapy@gmail.com and we can see if this group is for you.

    Dates

    Opening session Online Oct Date TBC with participant consultation

    • Oct 21st In Person (Autumn)
    • Nov 11th Online
    • Dec 9th Online
    • Jan 13th In Person (Winter)
    • Feb 10th Online
    • March 10th In Person (Spring)
    • April 14th Online
    • May 12th In Person (Summer)

    Supervisor Bio

    Joanne Hanrahan is an IAHIP accredited Psychotherapist and Supervisor. She is also a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) so works through a trauma informed lens and very much includes the body and movement in her practice. Joanne is passionate about including place in her approach to therapy and completed her MSc thesis on the topic of psychotherapy and the natural world. She has delivered numerous workshops, and written about, ecotherapy and finding a healing path with nature. More details can be found on www.joannehanrahan.ie

  • 27/09/2022 14:54 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Newly refurbished, spacious rooms to rent in Peace Inside therapy center in a prime city location, in the heart of Galway. We have carefully designed a warm, calm and welcoming space following the government’s and HSE guidelines.


    Our rooms are comfortable, spacious, soundproofed and all equipped with air purifiers.

      

      

      

      

    Our mission is to create an inclusive environment and a culture of support and care for all our therapists. A welcoming space where they can develop and evolve professionally aiming to enrich the services we provide to our clients.

    If you are looking to establish or grow your clinical practice in a professional and supportive environment, we would love to hear from you. 

    Our Centre provides:

    • ·         Central and prime location.
    • ·         Advertisement, Social Media promotion and presence on our               website.
    • ·         Referral service to successfully grow your practice.
    • ·         Warm, welcoming, soundproofed and spacious rooms.
    • ·         Comfortable and modern furniture.
    • ·         Client waiting area.
    • ·         WiFi throughout.
    • ·         Kitchenette, tea and coffee amenities.
    • ·         Sanitising station and air purifiers in all rooms.
    • ·         CCTV security camera protection.
    • ·         Housekeeping.
    • ·         All costs included in the room rental rate.

    Rooms are available on a half-day / day basis to fully qualified, accredited therapists.

    Counsellors & Psychotherapists must have their own Indemnity Insurance.

    Please contact hello@peaceinside.ie to register your interest.

  • 27/09/2022 12:42 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Diploma in Trauma Informed Psychotherapy

    Commencing February 2023


    The importance of evaluating the effects of trauma is critical and has substantial implications for case-formulation and treatment planning in therapy. Therefore, before therapists can work with a client’s trauma they need to have a sound understanding of what trauma is and how to engage with it safely. Our IACP CPD approved and recognised Diploma In Trauma Informed Psychotherapy offers participants practical skills-based training with a strong theoretical foundation based on the latest neurobiological developments in working with trauma safely and effectively. A strong focus will be placed on participant’s knowledge and skill development ensuring a more informed confidence in working with trauma.

    Diploma in Trauma Informed Psychotherapy

    This Diploma is designed to equip counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists with the knowledge and skills to work in an integrative manner and address client trauma in a safe, confident and ethical manner.

    Participants who complete this CPD Diploma will gain a sound understanding of trauma informed psychotherapy and will develop the tools and skills necessary to confidentially and effectively work with trauma in safe, strategic and systematic manner.

    THIS PROGRAMME WILL BE FACILITATED ONLINE VIA ZOOM

    Places Strictly Limited to 24 Participants.

    CPD Recognised and Approved by The Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy Awarded 78 IACP CPD Points.

    Delivered by a team of highly experienced facilitators who have expertise in Trauma Informed Care.

    Learning Outcomes

    Participants who complete this 12 day CPD Diploma will gain a sound understanding of trauma informed psychotherapy and will develop the tools and skills necessary to confidently and effectively work with trauma in a safe, strategic and systematic manner.

    You will:

    • Develop a sound understanding of the types, prevalence, neurobiology and impact of trauma.
    • Use a trauma-informed lens to reframe challenging emotions and behaviours as adaptive responses to trauma, moving from a what’s wrong with you mindset to a what happen to you framework.
    • Use Trauma focused theory, research and techniques coherently and safely in therapy facilitating clients post traumatic growth.
    • Become proficient in using body-based interventions for tracking, naming, and safely exploring trauma-related somatic activation, creating new competencies and restoring clients somatic sense of self in a safe and trauma informed manner.
    • Become proficient in using body-based interventions for tracking, naming, and safely exploring trauma-related somatic activation, creating new competencies and restoring clients somatic sense of self in a safe and trauma informed manner.

    PROGRAMME STRUCTURE & FEES
    ENTRY REQUIREMENT

    This CPD Diploma is open to practitioners who have successfully completed

    • A Degree or Diploma in Counselling/ Psychotherapy

    This programme may also be of interest to Play Therapists, Art Therapists, Drama and Music Therapists who have appropriate experience and accreditation and are seeking to expand their skill set to work in an informed manner with Trauma.

    Teaching Methods

    This Programme will be facilitated online via Zoom.

    Assessment
    Reflective Learning Journals2500 Word Academic Essay1500 Word Book Review

    Programme Fee & Payment Schedule

    Full Fee: €1,500

    • €500 Deposit on registration
    • €700 by 25th November 2022
    • €300 by 10th February 2023

    For more information email liz@greenane.ie Or visit www.greenane.ie/training

    Further information: 2022-09-27-DiplomainTraumaInformed-Psychotherapy.pdf

  • 27/09/2022 12:27 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    If you, clients or colleagues would benefit from a creative writing course taught at the highest level and available online or in-person, then get in touch!

    Courses at all levels available all year round.

    We also run boutique writing events at regional locations,


    Martin Keaveney: info@martinkeaveney.com / 087 600 7100

    www.martinkeaveney.com/courses

    www.martinkeaveney.com/events

    www.martinkeaveney.com/testimonials

  • 20/09/2022 18:55 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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

    Be Your Own Best Friend

    October 9th 2022 @ 4.00pm- October 14th, 2022, at 12.30 pm

    Come Join me at Ballyvaloo Retreat and Conference Centre, County Wexford


    Last few places available! 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 accommodation beside the sea! This Intensive is particularly suited to counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists and ALL mental health professionals to enhance your personal and professional understanding of self-compassion CPD hours: 30 hours awarded

    MSC All Inclusive Fee: €975

    Click below for more information!

    https://ashehouse.ie/bookings/residential-mindful-self-compassion-5-day-intensive-course/

    Registration and Payment Process: Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) 5 day Residential Intensive course

    I look forward to sharing this journey with you!

    Anne Kirwan

    "Close Your Eyes, Fall in Love, Stay There!” Rumi


  • 20/09/2022 18:05 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    BRAINSPOTTING PHASE 1 TRAINING

    WITH MONIKA GOS, CPSYCHOL,
    INTERNATIONAL BRAINSPOTTING TRAINER


    When: 23rd – 25th September 2022

    Where: Online (Zoom)

    Cost: Early bird fee - £410 till the end of August

    Regular fee - £ 445 from September

    CPD: 24 hours

    Tap into the brain’s inherent capacity for self-reorganisation, self-regulation and neuroplastic change.

    This training will teach you how to create the optimal environment for deep and lasting healing.

    It will enable therapists to make a breakthrough into another level of performance and understanding.

    Brainspotting, a body-brain based relational therapy, was discovered by the developer of Natural Flow EMDR, Dr David Grand in 2003.

    This therapeutic approach is based on the latest developments in neuroscience. It engages the brain’s self-healing capacity to achieve fast and lasting results.

    Brainspotting uses relevant eye positions and focused mindfulness to locate, and with laser-like precision, access dissociated traumatic memories stored in the subcortical brain.

    Endorsed by Dr Gabor Mate, Bessel van der Kolk, MD and Norman Doidge, MD, Brainspotting engages structures involved in self-regulation. Therefore, it can quickly release symptoms of trauma, bringing relief from the experience of psychological and physical pain.

    • Brief video with Monika Gos: https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/730695547/f70d7fddcc/privacy

    • Link to a free webinar on Introduction to Brainspotting Therapy: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/introduction-to-brainspotting-free-webinar-tickets-386384605757

    • For more information and for booking, please visit us at: www.brainspottingireland.com

  • 20/09/2022 17:25 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Tending Our Futures 2022

    with Emma Philbin Bowman, MIAHIP

    October 1 - December 3,

    Saturday mornings* 9-11am on zoom*


    Tending our Futures will appeal to those seeking a deep, textured context in which to freshly sense our own lives. We each have unique sensibilities and specific histories; this course enables us to embrace the wide span of our lives in support of our ripening.

    'The digested past is presence…'

    Thomas Hubl

    Working in a small group with an emphasis on presence and integration, each week focuses on a specific theme: our relationship to fate and destiny, how we embody our regrets and losses, aligning with aging, and deepening our evolutionary capacity and availability to emergent futures. As we move through the course, participants are supported in embracing our past, arriving more fully in our present and supporting our future possibilities, (including our aging and passing). As we share this territory with others, we support one anothers unique ripening.

    Many therapists are drawn to this work, and CPD points are available. Link to IAHIP special pricing here: If you have any questions, email Emma by September 24th to arrange a brief consult: emmapb@me.com

    Throughout the course, live sessions are complemented by brief, pre-recorded video and audio reflections on Teachable. This course is drawn from her life-long immersion in philosophy, literature, depth psychology and spiritual practice, and from sources as diverse as Leonard Cohen, Christopher Bollas and Thomas Hubl. Emma has a passion for sharing theory in rich, accessible ways, and for the beauty of exploring in small intentional groups.

    Voices of Past Participants

    ‘The themes are resonating strongly with me long after the course has finished. The content was superb.

    Emma’s ability to communicate complex concepts and themes in simple language is a gift…’

    Maria, Cork

    ‘…deeply valuable in relation to where I am currently in my life experience; it raised my awareness of nourishing my future, now…’

    Sylvia Rowe, (retired psychotherapist)

    ‘I loved the content, and the format was perfect; I do feel more open and loving and authentic as a human being since the course. It’s subtle, but there is a gently expanded inner spaciousness…’

    Kieran McKeown

    One of the most beautiful pieces for me was I knew I had changed by being part of the group & engaging with the themes. It felt like such a gentle process.

    A slow gentle change over time that I hardly noticed I was changing, until it was there. It felt like the themes seeped into me as I was held in a very safe space with Emma and the other participants. It really was a beautiful experience and I loved being part of this group. I would highly recommend Emma and this course.

    MD, Psychotherapist

    'It’s hard to do justice to the course. To know it is possible to communicate with people from a place of authenticity is grounding, comforting, uplifting, hope inducing and powerful…it has allowed me to seek out this deeper connection with people around me…'

    Jean, Pharmacist

  • 20/09/2022 17:13 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Are you interested in Self-Care?

    Then may I draw your attention to my  research study entitled ‘The Paradox of Self-care: Psychotherapists lived experiences of Self-Care’, as part of my Masters study in  Psychotherapy at DCU. The aim of the research study is to explore the lived experiences of self-care of psychotherapists practicing in Ireland.

    I am looking to recruit 15 participants for this Reflexive Thematic Analysis Qualitative study.

    Principle investigator, Dr. Rita Glover is an experienced research supervisor. She has supervised PhD Doctorate and M.Sc. students who have conducted qualitative studies which involved descriptive and hermeneutic phenomenology, thematic analysis in Dublin City University. Dr. Glover lectures, nationally and internationally, at M.Sc. and Doctoral level on psychotherapy and psychotherapy supervision. The research procedures will be carried out by Pauline Heffernan, a student on the DCU taught MSc in Psychotherapy programme. Pauline is an accredited member if the Irish Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapist. Pauline has a BA Hons in Psychology and a BA Hons in Counselling and Psychotherapy. 

    You are eligible to engage in this study if you are an accredited, practicing psychotherapist, aged 30yrs and over, living and working in the Republic of Ireland.  You will be invited to take part in a semi-structured interview taking place in person, or online, whichever is most convenient for you.  The interview will be approximately 1hr in duration and an audio recording will be made.  Your participation in the study is voluntary.

    The term self-care is defined by Barnett & Cooper (2009), as the application of a range of activities, for the purpose of psychological wellbeing, resilience, and good physical health. Research has identified the paradox of Self-care, when psychotherapists who are dedicated to helping others, often find it difficult to take time to care and nourish themselves. The identification of the importance of the Self of the therapist in the therapy outcome, and the placing of psychotherapist self-care as an ethical issue for professional practice is indicative of the importance of psychotherapists endeavouring to care for both themselves and their clients, in their clinical practice.

    If you would like to learn more about this study, please contact me by email pauline.heffernan7@mail.dcu.ie

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