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  • 16/10/2021 15:40 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Brainspotting Phase 1 Training
    with Monika Gos, CPsychol,

    International Brainspotting Trainer

    When: 26th - 28th November 2021

    Where: Online (Zoom)

    Cost: £330

    CPD: 24 hours

    Ruairí Osborne, MIAHIP from www.online-counselling.ie is delighted to welcome Monika Gos, CPsychol. to Ireland, where she will be offering a training in Brainspotting (Phase 1).

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

    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 is a body-brain based relational therapy, which 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 a relevant eye position 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.

    For more information visit us at: www.brainspottingireland.com

  • 15/10/2021 18:05 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Alcohol Action Ireland is pleased to launch ‘End the Silence’ – a series of events and activities from 18 – 26 October 2021 to raise awareness of the issues arising from growing up with alcohol harm in the home.

    We know that at least 200,000 children in Ireland are currently living with the trauma of parental problem alcohol use and a further 400,000 adults are living with its legacy, sometimes playing out with difficulties with emotional, mental and physical health. Yet despite these large numbers this Adverse Childhood Experience remains a deeply hidden aspect of Ireland’s relationship with alcohol. There are many reasons for this including family dynamics, shame and the wider societal conflict between our image of Ireland as a country which identifies strongly with drinking yet knows there is a huge price to pay for our alcohol use.

    Our Silent Voices initiative aims to end this silence. This month starting Monday 18th October we are delighted to partner with other organisations and individuals by looking at the types of supports and interventions which are needed from the home to the classroom and for professionals working in this area.

    Podcasts

    'An insight into the trauma and complex impact of living with parental problem alcohol use.'

    This two-part podcast features Marion Rackard IAHIP, ACI co-founder of Silent Voices interviewing Dr.Stephanie Brown, licensed psychologist, researcher and author of Treating Adult Children of Alcoholics: A Developmental Perspective.

    The podcasts are available at Alcohol Action Ireland’s Alcohol Files.

    The events include:

    • 18 October, Webinar Online 19.00 – 21.00

    Parental Problem Alcohol Use: Living and coping with a legacy of trauma

    Stephanie Brown, PhD. Licensed psychologist, author, researcher, consultant and lecturer in the field of addiction

    Public talk followed by panel discussion with the Founding Voices of Silent Voices.

    Book your place at: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/184910491257

    • 21 October, film screening The Ark, 15.30 – 16.30

    A screening of Annika Cassidy’s film ‘Peel’

    followed by discussion with the film maker hosted by one of the Founding Voices of Silent Voices.

    Book your place at: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/185587215357

    • 26 October,Online 19.00 – 21.00

    Where the light enters: hope and healing through trauma informed education.

    An afternoon/evening of conversation, learning and reflecting on education, trauma-informed practice, relationships and compassion.

    Keynote speaker Gabor Maté

    Online event with Maynooth University for those working in education.

    Book your place at: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/where-the-light-enters-hope-and-healing-through-trauma-informed-education-tickets-156217403459?aff=ebdssbeac

    As well as the events listed we will be sharing stories online of those with lived experience – a very generous act which powerfully illustrates many of the issues and point towards the kinds of interventions which could help. We very much appreciate these contributions. Overwhelmingly these Shared Voices say that they want to End the Silence.

    To help spread the word, we have created a communications toolkit>> designed to encourage the wider conversation. Our toolkit includes videos, infographics, social media images, podcasts and other content and, is available on our website.

    We encourage you to share this within your networks and to use it throughout October and beyond.

    Please join us and help #EndTheSilence

    Marion Rackard IAHIP

    Dr Sheila Gilheany, CEO Alcohol Action Ireland


  • 06/10/2021 19:00 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Joan and Robin Shohet have worked together for many years, co-founding the 7 Eyed Model of Supervision as described in ‘Supervision in the Helping Professions’.

    Joan continues to work internationally as a supervisor and trainer with individuals and groups along with organisations both f2f and remotely.

    Zoom Supervision Workshop with Joan Shohet

    Date: 5th November 2021 @ 4.30pm – 8pm

    6th November 2021 @ 10.00am – 4.30pm

    Venue: Zoom

    Cost: €150 (graduates of Super.Vision Training €125)


    Joan will demonstrate the 7 eyed model of supervision through working with supervision issues brought by the group participants

    Booking contact Annie Sampson - Email anniesampson@super-vision.ie

    Full payment due at time of booking - Places limited

    Latest publication: In Love with Supervision – Creating Transformative Conversations.
    Robin Shohet & Joan Shohet (2020) PCCS Books


  • 06/10/2021 18:26 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Irish Society of Jungian Analysts

    in conjunction with the Irish Analytical Psychology Association
    Presents live on Zoom

    Event 1 - Thursday, 28th October 2021: 8.00pm to 9.00pm 

    DEMONIZING THE CORONA VIRUS: UNCONSCIOUS NARRATIVES OF ARCHETYPAL EVIL AND THEIR POSSIBLE IMPACT

    Nancy van den Berg-Cook, Ph.D., Psy.D

    The tragedy of the COVID-19 pandemic has generated widespread fear and shock, emotions which can cause highly polarized, good-versus-evil thinking. Nancy suggests that this polarization has driven our myth-making psyches to construct an archetypal narrative that the human race is a victim of the Evil Coronavirus. If so, what qualities of the virus evince these archetypes of evil and how are these archetypes personified in folk tales, fairy tales, and especially in our modern culture?

    Nancy will share her personal explorations that are based on an interconnection of psyche-soma and combine her expertise in biochemistry with her years of experience as Jungian analyst.

    Nancy van den Berg-Cook is a Jungian analyst and is a member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. She was a biochemist researcher in nutrition and metabolism (PhD University of California Berkeley). Nancy has worked for more than 20 years in her private practice in the Netherlands, served 7 years as president of the Netherlands Association for Analytical Psychology and recently began presenting and writing about her investigation into psyche-body connections at the level of biochemistry.

    For Further Information & Booking Click here>>

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    EVENT 2 - Thursday, 25th November 2021: 8.00pm to 9.00pm  

    A GREEN GOLD SCARAB

    Mathew Mather, PhD

    Mathew Mather is a graduate of the University of Essex, where he specialised in Jung and Alchemy. He is the course director of the Certificate in Jungian Psychology with Art Therapy and the postgraduate MA in Art, Psyche and the Creative Imagination. Mathew regularly presents at international conferences and is a guest lecturer at ISAP, Zurich.

    Mathew will recount and elaborate Jung’s scarab synchronicity. This includes an amplification of mythic significances by sharing images from ancient Egyptian mythology. In the spirit of ‘sticking to the image’, he will then elaborate a unique perspective by exploring the colour ‘green-gold’ for Jung, in terms of the notion of the anima mundi. As we shall witness, a perspective emerges in that Jung’s ‘green-gold scarab’ can be considered a symbol of pivotal significance for his life-myth, aligned with his belief in the immanent Turning of an Age. Resonances to our times, with reference especially to deep ecology, will also be touched on.

    For Further Information & Booking Click here>>

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    A Recorded link will be available for 2 weeks after each event for the personal viewing of registered participants only. 

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    Admission: €22.20 / Students: €16.87

    Booking via Eventbrite only

    General enquiries, please contact Nola at isja.events@gmail.com

    To download a copy of the event flyer Click Here>>

  • 05/10/2021 14:23 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Why Sensorimotor Psychotherapy?

    20th November 2021 
    Download Flyer Here>>

    Do you struggle to help numb, disconnected clients who can’t feel emotion or explore inner experience? Do your clients get ‘stuck’ in overwhelming emotions and self-destructive impulses rather than resolving the trauma? Do you believe that the body ‘holds the legacy of trauma,’ but lack the skills to address the somatic effects of painful past experience?

    Sensorimotor Psychotherapy was developed by Pat Ogden, PhD, informed by the works of Ron Kurtz and the Rolf method, and enriched by the contributions from the research on attachment, trauma, neuroscience and dissociation. This introductory presentation is a glimpse of the theory and techniques gained in the Training for the Treatment of Trauma - including the Window of Tolerance, Tracking the Body, and Vocabulary for Sensorimotor Experiencing, Bottom-Up Prosing, and Mindfulness.

    In Person Introductory Presentation Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

    Presented by: Anne Kirwan SP Organizer, Ireland

    Ashe House - Center for MindBody Integration

    Register and pay online at www.ashehouse.ie including your name and

    Ref: INTRO NOV on payment details.

    Contact Anne directly at info@ashehouse.ie if preferred payment is 
    by bank transfer. Learn more about SP at www.sensorimotor.org

    Workshop Information:

    Date: 20th November 2021

    Hours: 10.00-5.00 PM

    Venue: Ashe House

    Adequate breaks throughout the day to facilitate Covid-19 guidelines

    CPD Certs: 5.5 Contact hours provided by email

    Tuition:

    Cost of full day €90

    Receipts provided by email

    Light lunch included

  • 01/10/2021 10:59 | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    Very comfortable therapy room for rent in a small practice in Lucan Village

    currently available for bloc booking, part time or on a full time bases 

    Very competitive rates. .Great location .

    Please contact Martina on 0876738518 

  • 24/09/2021 11:35 | Deleted user

    FLi Clinical Program of Study 2021-2022

    Freud's Case Studies in Contemporary Contexts

    October 29, 2021 - May 27, 2022

    Course Description: The program takes the psychoanalytic clinic as a starting point to consider key areas of psychological presentation and suffering that characterise the modern era. Clinical practice, beginning with Freud, revealed that symptoms could be grouped into a small number of diagnostic fields: hysteria, obsessional neurosis, psychosis, and perversion. This course explores all six of Freud’s major case studies, dedicating three weeks to each, as a backdrop to considering what analysands present with today and assessing the similarities and differences to Freud’s and Lacan’s clinical practices. The course will be of interest to practitioners, trainees, students, and those seeking to consider in-depth links between psychoanalytic theory, clinical practice, and the impact of contemporary culture on subjectivity.

    Seminars will take place by Zoom on Fridays from 19:00-21:00 (Dublin-GMT). Each 3-week block of seminars will be co-delivered by two highly experienced tutors who are also clinical practitioners.

    Tutors: Anne Worthington, Guy Le Gaufey (Paris), Astrid Gessert (London), Annie Rogers (Amherst), Rik Loose, (Dublin), Leon Brenner (Berlin), Rolf Flor (Boston), Anouchka Grose (London), Patricia Gherovici (Philadelphia), Carol Owens (Dublin), Kristen Hennessey (Pennsylvania), Jamieson Webster (New York), Olga Cox Cameron (Dublin), Eve Watson, facilitator (Dublin). Full bios listed below.

    Required Reading: All 6 of Freud’s major case studies plus a small number of additional readings may be set by the course tutors.

    CPD: 2 continuous professional development (CPD) points will be awarded per individual seminar, 38 points for the full course of 19 seminars. CPD awarded by APPI, the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (https://appi.ie).

    Registration via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/fli-course-freuds-case-studies-incontemporary-context-oct-2021-may-2022-tickets-168080404013

    FLi Webpage: https://freudlacaninstitute.com/event/freuds-case-studies-in-contemporarycontexts/

    Program Fees

    1 Module: €90 (3 weeks)

    Half Course of 3 Modules: €250 (9 weeks)

    Full Course of 6 Modules: €450 (18 weeks)

    PROGRAM OUTLINE

    Introductory Seminar: The 6 Cases and the Structure of Hysteria

    Date: October 29th (19:00-21:00 Dublin-GMT)

    Tutor: Anne Worthington

    Module 1

    The “Rat-Man” and the Function of Rituals, Obsessions and Compulsions

    Dates: Nov 5, Nov 12, Nov 19 (19:00-21:00 Dublin-GMT)

    Tutors: Guy Le Gaufey and Astrid Gessert 

    Module 2

    “Wolf-Man”: A Serious Neurosis or Untriggered Psychosis?

    Dates: Jan 14, Jan 21, Jan 28 (19:00-21:00 Dublin-GMT)

    Tutors: Rik Loose and Annie Rogers

    Module 3

    “Schreber” and the Necessity for Working with Psychosis Today

    Dates: Feb 11, Feb 18, Feb 25 (19:00-21:00 Dublin-GMT)

    Tutors: Leon Brenner and Rolf Flor

    Module 4

    The “Young Homosexual Girl,” Sexuality, and the Psychoanalysis of Women

    Dates: Mar 11, Mar 18, April 1 (19:00-21:00 Dublin-GMT)

    Tutors: Anouchka Grose and Patricia Gherovici 

    Module 5

    “Little Hans” and Children’s Phobias and Symptoms in Context

    Dates: April 8, April 22, May 6 (19:00-21:00 Dublin-GMT)

    Tutors: Carol Owens and Kristen Hennessy 

    Module 6

    From “Dora” to “Conversion Disorder”: Contemporary Clinical Aspects of Hysteria

    Dates: May 13, May 20, May 27 (19:00-21:00 Dublin-GMT)

    Tutors: Olga Cox Cameron and Jamieson Webster 

    ________________

    TUTOR BIOGRAPHIES

    Leon S. Brenner is a philosopher and psychoanalytic counsellor from Berlin. His work focuses on subjectivity theory and the understanding of the relationship between culture and psychopathology. His book The Autistic Subject: On the Threshold of Language was published with the Palgrave Lacan Series in 2020. Among his extensive international academic speaking and various publications, Brenner has made numerous appearances in interviews and video publications online. He is a founder of Lacanian Affinities Berlin and Unconscious Berlin and is currently a research fellow at the International Psychoanalytic University Berlin and Ruhr-University Bochum. Website: leonbrenner.com

    Olga Cox Cameron is a psychoanalyst in private practice in Dublin for the past thirty-three years. She lectured in psychoanalytic theory and also in psychoanalysis and literature at St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin and Trinity College Dublin from 1991-2013. She has published numerous articles on these topics in national and international journals. She is the founder of the annual Irish Psychoanalysis and Cinema Festival, now in its 13th year.

    Rolf Flor is a psychoanalyst in private practice. He is also Clinical Director for the Eliot Center in Lynn, where he oversees the training, education and supervision programs. He has published in numerous journals and edited collections. He has taught at schools in the United States and Germany, most recently clinical practice at Boston College and Lacanian Theory at the Massachusetts Institute of Psychoanalysis.

    Astrid Gessert is a psychoanalyst and a member of CFAR (Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research London, https://cfar.org.uk) and the College of Psychoanalysts-UK. She has worked for many years in the NHS, in private practice and as a supervisor. She is a regular contributor to the CFAR annual public lecture and training program, and she lectures and facilitates at other psychoanalytic organisations’ event. Her book is an edited collection titled Obsessional Neurosis: Lacanian Perspectives (Routledge, 2018). She features in the well-known short series of videos about psychoanalysis made by the Freud Museum London.

    Patricia Gherovici is a psychoanalyst and analytic supervisor. She is co-founder and director of the Philadelphia Lacan Group and Associate Faculty, Psychoanalytic Studies Minor, University of Pennsylvania (PSYS), an Honorary member at IPTAR, the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research in New York City, and a Founding Member of Das Unbehagen. Her books include The Puerto Rican Syndrome (Other Press: 2003) winner of the Gradiva Award and the Boyer Prize, Please Select Your Gender: From the Invention of Hysteria to the Democratizing of Transgenderism (Routledge: 2010) and Transgender Psychoanalysis: A Lacanian Perspective on Sexual Difference (Routledge: 2017). She has published two edited volumes (both with Manya Steinkoler) Lacan On Madness: Madness, Yes You Can't ( Routledge: 2015) and Lacan, Psychoanalysis and Comedy (Cambridge University Press: 2016). Most recently, she published a collection (with Chris Christian) Psychoanalysis in the Barrios: Race, Class, and the Unconscious (Routledge: 2019.) She is completing (with Manya Steinkoler) Psychoanalysis, Gender, and Sexualities: From Feminism to Trans (Cambridge University Press: forthcoming 2021).

    Anouchka Grose is a British-Australian Lacanian psychoanalyst and writer. She is a member of The Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research, where she lectures. Her journalism has been published by The Guardian, and The Independent, and her short stories have appeared in Granta Magazine and The Erotic Review. Her book is an edited collection titled Hysteria Today (Karnac: 2016).

    Kristen Hennessey is a psychologist in private practice in rural Pennsylvania where she specialises in the treatment of children and adolescents in the “system.” Her presentations include Lacanian clinical work with children and adolescents with histories of abuse, psychoanalysis and intellectual disability, traumatised masculinities, and the intersections of psychoanalysis and qualitative research. In addition to her work in the USA, she has experience developing and running psychoanalytically-informed seminars for orphanage caregivers in Kenya.

    Guy Le Gaufey was a member of the École Freudienne de Paris and co-founded the Lacanian journal Littoral and the École lacanienne de psychanalyse. He has written and published widely in French, English, and Spanish and has also translated books from English to French, including the work of Philip Larkin (see www.legaufey.fr).

    Rik Loose is a member of ICLO-NLS, APPI, the NLS (New Lacanian School) and the WAP (World Association of Psychoanalysis). He is former Head of Department of Psychoanalysis in DBS School of Arts and former Senior Lecturer there. He also initiated, developed and presided over an MA in Addiction Studies in the same college.

    Carol Owens works in private practice in Dublin. Her book Lacanian Psychoanalysis with Babies, Children, and Adolescents (co-edited with Stephanie Farrelly Quinn) was published in 2017 (Karnac/Routledge) and nominated for the Gradiva award. She has given seminars and talks on her work with at national and international psychoanalytic events. Her most recent book is Psychoanalysing Ambivalence with Freud and Lacan: On and Off the Couch (with Stephanie Swales) published in 2020 (Routledge). She is the series editor for Studying Lacan’s Seminars at Routledge.

    Annie G. Rogers is Professor Emerita of Psychoanalysis and Clinical Psychology at Hampshire College and has a private practice in Amherst, Massachusetts. She is a supervising and teaching Analyst at the Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis in San Francisco and Vice-President of its Board. She is a printmaker and member of Zea Mays Printmaking in Florence, Massachusetts. Formerly a Fulbright Fellow at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; Radcliffe and Murray Fellow at Harvard University; Whiting Fellow at Hampshire College; and Erikson Scholar at Austen Riggs, Dr. Rogers is the author of A Shining Affliction: A Story of Harm and Healing in Psychotherapy (1995); The Unsayable: The Hidden Language of Trauma (2005); and Incandescent Alphabets: Psychosis and the Enigma of Language (2016).

    Jamieson Webster is a psychoanalyst in private practice in New York city. She is also a cultural commentator and has written for Artforum, Apology, Cabinet, The Guardian, Playboy, Spike, and The New York Times. She is the author of several books including The Life and Death of Psychoanalysis (2011) and Conversion Disorder: Listening to the Body in Psychoanalysis (2018); she also co-wrote, with Simon Critchely, Stay, Illusion! The Hamlet Doctrine (2013. She teaches at the New School and supervises doctoral students in clinical psychology at the City University of New York.

    Anne Worthington is a psychoanalyst, practicing in South London. She is a member of the Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research (CFAR) and the Guild of Psychotherapists, and contributes to their training programmes, and is a member of the College of Psychoanalysts– UK. She published “Beyond Queer” in Hysteria Today, ed. Anouchka Grose (Karnac: 2016).

    Eve Watson (facilitator) is a psychoanalytic practitioner and lectures on psychoanalysis in undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Dublin. She has published several dozen articles and book chapters on psychoanalysis, sexuality, culture, and film. She co-edited the book Clinical Encounters in Sexuality: Psychoanalytic Practice and Queer Theory (Punctum: 2017) with Noreen Giffney. She is the editor of Lacunae, the International Journal for Lacanian Psychoanalysis, and is course director of (FLi,) the Freud Lacan Institute (www.freudlacaninstitute.com). She is currently working on an edited book collection about the drive.

    Freud Lacan institute (FLi)

    FLi is dedicated to supporting and promoting psychoanalysis in Ireland and around the world. It brings together clinicians, students, scholars, researchers and anyone interested in Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis is a unique practice in treating mental suffering and is a revered approach to thinking about the world. It is used in cultural, literary, film, and art theory and has links to philosophy, medicine, and neuroscience. FLi collaborates with organisations such as APPI (Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland) to support the exploration of important and topical issues of local, national and international interest. FLI aims to make psychoanalysis accessible to all those who are interested in it. See www.freudlacaninstitute.com

  • 23/09/2021 16:52 | Deleted user


  • 23/09/2021 14:46 | Deleted user

    The Irish Hospice Foundation Forum 2021 is approaching and this year's theme is 'Are we the same? The art of losing and building back better'.

    Each day begins with a scene-setting keynote, while each afternoon offers an opportunity to explore a narrower focus through parallel breakout sessions where short presentations are followed by a panel discussion.

    Please click the link below for information on how to attend:

    https://hospicefoundation.ie/our-supports-services/ihf-in-the-community/public-engagement/forum-2021/

  • 23/09/2021 14:18 | Deleted user

    Soearth Projects are hosting an in-person Art Therapy Process Group every Monday evening from 7.30pm - 8.45pm commencing the 1st November and finishes on the 6th December 2021, for 6 weeks.This event is facilitated by an experienced IACAT accredited Art Psychotherapist Heidi Morrison.

    Participants will be able to engage and explore connections experienced through the creative process within a safe and holding environment. 

    For more information email info@soearthprojects.com or visit soearthprojects.com 

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