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  • 23/07/2021 12:06 | Anonymous

    Hi Members,

    As we no longer require a number of filing cabinets (in good condition, with keys), we are offering them for sale at a discounted price of €35.00 (first come, first served!)

    The one stipulation is that the successful buyer(s) will have to organise the collection of the filing cabinets from IAHIP's office in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin.

    If interested, please call the office on 01-2841665.

    Kind regards,

    IAHIP


  • 23/07/2021 12:01 | Anonymous

    Dublin Rape Crisis Centre – Therapy Services Manager

    Salary: €55,000 - €65,000 depending on experience

    Location: Dublin 2

    Background Information:

    The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre (DRCC) has a twofold mission: to prevent the harm and heal the trauma of all forms of sexual violence in Ireland. We provide therapeutic and first response services through the National 24/7 Helpline, face to face therapy and a developing online counselling programme. We provide accompaniment and support to those who attend the Rotunda Sexual Assault Treatment Unit, Garda Stations, and the Courts. In addition, we offer education and training programmes for a wide variety of professionals and volunteers who work with those who have experienced sexual violence.

    The Role:

    The DRCC is now recruiting a Therapy Services Manager to support the Head of Clinical Services with the delivery of an efficient and effective client therapy service within the DRCC. This is a new role, and the successful candidate will form part of the management structure of the department overseeing and supervising a team of 24 therapists.

    The post holder will require a relevant professional qualification and experience in counselling or psychotherapy, together with accreditation of a relevant professional institution – the PSI, IACP, or ICP.

    Key responsibilities will include:

    • Contributing to the development, implementation, and review of therapy services by identifying, recommending, and implementing policies, processes and systems designed to improve and enhance the therapy services function.
    • Supporting therapy operations and activities across the Therapy Department in addition to coordinating client services and resources in outreach locations.
    • Along with the Head of Clinical Services and external supervisors provide Clinical Supervision for a number of therapists.
    • Conducting case management meetings with therapists and reviewing the overall intake of clients, prioritising daily provision of crisis appointments.

    If you’re an innovative, proactive manager with exceptional organisational development experience, strong IT skills, a therapeutic background in the area of sexual violence/abuse, and a passion for providing high quality care and continuous improvement, we’d love to hear from you!

    Applications details:

    Please email recruitment@charitycareersireland.ie for the full job description, candidate information pack, and application details for this role. Please use the job title and name of the organisation you’re interested in as the subject of your email.

    The recruitment campaign for the role of Therapy Services Manager is being managed exclusively on behalf of the DRCC by non-profit specialist recruitment consultancy CCI Executive Search.

    Closing Date: 5pm on Monday, 26th July 2021.


  • 23/07/2021 11:48 | Anonymous

    Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy: A Five-Day Online Training Workshop

    The Institute of Emotion-Focused Therapy Ireland is proud to host an intensive five-day online workshop in Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy led by Dr. Serine Warwar

    • ·        1pm – 6.30pm (Irish time; GMT)
    • ·        Tuesday September 14th – Saturday 18th September 2021
    • ·        Online
    • ·        Facilitated by Serine Warwar, Ph.D., C. Psych.
    • ·        €850 (€750 early bird booking fully paid by 31/07/2021)

    Building on latest research conducted by Dr. Leslie Greenberg, Dr. Serine Warwar, and colleagues, this intensive 5-day training institute in Couples Emotion-Focused therapy provides registrants with in-depth skills training through lectures, video demonstrations, modeling and experiential practice. The workshop will cover the 5 stage, 14 step expanded model of EFT-C for forgiveness and resolving emotional injuries, focusing on working on attachment and identity needs, as well as self and other soothing. As an emotion-focused therapy we focus on how to work with emotions such as anger, sadness, fear and shame. Participants will be asked to identify key interactional cycles in their own present or past primary relationships and work on these by accessing their own primary, underlying emotions in the training.

    EMOTION-FOCUSED COUPLES THERAPY is one of the most researched interventions in couples counselling. EFT focuses on the emotional bond between a couple but also on each partner’s own emotional experiences and needs. It strives to uncover the manner by which each partner’s emotional reaction to events contributes to negative interactional patterns within the relationship. Over the course of therapy, the fractured emotional bond is healed by identifying these negative interactional cycles, and transforming them by accessing, articulating and responding to primary attachment and identity related emotions and needs. The essential goal of EFT is thus the creation of new, healthy patterns of interaction by using emotion to restructure interactions.

    DR. SERINE WARWAR, PH.D., C. PSYCH., is a Clinical Psychologist and the Director of the York University Emotion-Focused Therapy Clinic in Toronto, Canada. She is also the Founder and Director of the Centre for Psychology and Emotional Health (www.cpeh.ca), a private practice for individual, couple therapy, EFT training, and a satellite training site for the Emotion-Focused Therapy Clinic at York University. She provides EFT supervision, training and consultation to graduate students and therapists. She conducts international trainings, workshops and master classes on emotion regulation, EFT for individuals and couples, as well as workshops in resolving emotional injuries and forgiveness in couples. She has been an EFT skills trainer for 28 years. Dr. Warwar’s EFT institutes are highly praised for their warmth, authenticity, and her focus on to teaching participants micro-skills in EFT. She was trained in EFT by Dr. Leslie Greenberg. Dr. Warwar has been a therapist and researcher for several EFT randomized control trials in individuals and couples. With Drs. Greenberg and Malcolm, she co-developed an EFT psychotherapy treatment and research program for forgiveness to help couples and individuals resolve emotional issues. She has published in the areas of emotional processing; emotion regulation, homework and experiential teaching; suicide and borderline personality disorder; and resolving emotional injuries and forgiveness in individuals and couples. She has also adapted and applied EFT in working with vulnerable clinical populations such as: chronically suicidal individuals, domestically violent men in prison, borderline personality disorder, and psychological and physical trauma.

    The workshop is open to qualified clinical/counselling psychologists and accredited psychotherapists/counsellors, and will accommodate those with no prior experience of EFT as well as those with extensive EFT and/or Couples experience.

    For participants working towards certification as an EFT Couples therapist, and who have already completed a 4 day EFT couples training, this workshop will mean that the didactic/experiential component of Level A basic training is met: for further information please see: http://www.iseft.org/Standards -for-couples

    Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Places can be booked by paying a non-refundable deposit of €150. Early bird rate applies when the full fee is paid before 31/07/2021. Full refunds will only be given with two weeks’ notice. Thereafter a booking deposit of €150 will be retained unless the place can be filled from waiting list.

    For all enquiries and bookings, please contact: ieftireland@gmail.com

    The Institute of Emotion Focused Therapy, Ireland is an accredited institute with ISEFT, the International Society for Emotion-Focused Therapy.


  • 16/07/2021 09:08 | Anonymous

    Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy: A Five-Day Online Training Workshop

    The Institute of Emotion-Focused Therapy Ireland is proud to host an intensive five-day online workshop in Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy led by Dr. Serine Warwar

    • ·      1pm – 6.30pm (Irish time; GMT)
    • ·      Tuesday September 14th – Saturday 18th September 2021
    • ·      Online
    • ·      Facilitated by Serine Warwar, Ph.D., C. Psych.
    • ·      €850 (€750 early bird booking fully paid by 31/07/2021)

    Building on latest research conducted by Dr. Leslie Greenberg, Dr. Serine Warwar, and colleagues, this intensive 5-day training institute in Couples Emotion-Focused therapy provides registrants with in-depth skills training through lectures, video demonstrations, modeling and experiential practice. The workshop will cover the 5 stage, 14 step expanded model of EFT-C for forgiveness and resolving emotional injuries, focusing on working on attachment and identity needs, as well as self and other soothing. As an emotion-focused therapy we focus on how to work with emotions such as anger, sadness, fear and shame. Participants will be asked to identify key interactional cycles in their own present or past primary relationships and work on these by accessing their own primary, underlying emotions in the training.

    EMOTION-FOCUSED COUPLES THERAPY is one of the most researched interventions in couples counselling. EFT focuses on the emotional bond between a couple but also on each partner’s own emotional experiences and needs. It strives to uncover the manner by which each partner’s emotional reaction to events contributes to negative interactional patterns within the relationship. Over the course of therapy, the fractured emotional bond is healed by identifying these negative interactional cycles, and transforming them by accessing, articulating and responding to primary attachment and identity related emotions and needs. The essential goal of EFT is thus the creation of new, healthy patterns of interaction by using emotion to restructure interactions.

    DR. SERINE WARWAR, PH.D., C. PSYCH., is a Clinical Psychologist and the Director of the York University Emotion-Focused Therapy Clinic in Toronto, Canada. She is also the Founder and Director of the Centre for Psychology and Emotional Health (www.cpeh.ca), a private practice for individual, couple therapy, EFT training, and a satellite training site for the Emotion-Focused Therapy Clinic at York University. She provides EFT supervision, training and consultation to graduate students and therapists. She conducts international trainings, workshops and master classes on emotion regulation, EFT for individuals and couples, as well as workshops in resolving emotional injuries and forgiveness in couples. She has been an EFT skills trainer for 28 years. Dr. Warwar’s EFT institutes are highly praised for their warmth, authenticity, and her focus on to teaching participants micro-skills in EFT. She was trained in EFT by Dr. Leslie Greenberg. Dr. Warwar has been a therapist and researcher for several EFT randomized control trials in individuals and couples. With Drs. Greenberg and Malcolm, she co-developed an EFT psychotherapy treatment and research program for forgiveness to help couples and individuals resolve emotional issues. She has published in the areas of emotional processing; emotion regulation, homework and experiential teaching; suicide and borderline personality disorder; and resolving emotional injuries and forgiveness in individuals and couples. She has also adapted and applied EFT in working with vulnerable clinical populations such as: chronically suicidal individuals, domestically violent men in prison, borderline personality disorder, and psychological and physical trauma.

    The workshop is open to qualified clinical/counselling psychologists and accredited psychotherapists/counsellors, and will accommodate those with no prior experience of EFT as well as those with extensive EFT and/or Couples experience.

    For participants working towards certification as an EFT Couples therapist, and who have already completed a 4 day EFT couples training, this workshop will mean that the didactic/experiential component of Level A basic training is met: for further information please see: http://www.iseft.org/Standards -for-couples

    Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Places can be booked by paying a non-refundable deposit of €150. Early bird rate applies when the full fee is paid before 31/07/2021. Full refunds will only be given with two weeks’ notice. Thereafter a booking deposit of €150 will be retained unless the place can be filled from waiting list.

    For all enquiries and bookings, please contact: ieftireland@gmail.com.

    The Institute of Emotion Focused Therapy, Ireland is an accredited institute with ISEFT, the International Society for Emotion-Focused Therapy.


  • 15/07/2021 14:29 | Anonymous

    Dear Members, 

    I am a student currently undertaking an Msc in Humanistic and Integrative Counseling and Psychotherapy in Turning Point Training Institute and UCC. I am currently in my final year before qualification in October from their four year program and am looking for accredited therapists to assist in my research.  

    Title of research: Tracing the roots: An exploration of the psychotherapist’s experience of the link between childhood trauma and addiction in an Irish context; A thematic analysis.  

    I am looking for accredited psychotherapists who have experience in working with clients who have experienced addiction. If you would be interested or know anyone who would be willing to interview please contact me via email at breslin.12@hotmail.com 

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Kind regards, 

    Daniel Breslin 


  • 09/07/2021 14:42 | Anonymous

    Vacancy: International College for Personal and Professional Development (ICPPD)


    Due to expansion in our programme offerings, the International College for Personal and Professional Development (ICPPD) is now seeking Tutors with expertise and teaching experience in the following:

    Abnormal Psychology and Mental Health Issues

    Understanding Psychopathology

    Please send your CV to collegemanager@icppd.com Tel: 0906470484

    www.icppd.com



  • 09/07/2021 14:40 | Anonymous

    Sarah McKeogh: Research Study
    I am a student currently undertaking an MSc in Humanistic and Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy.

    I’m looking for accredited psychotherapists with online and face to face experience of working with clients to partake in my research. 
    If you would be interested or know anyone who would be willing, could you please contact me directly on 
    Sarah.mckeogh@gmail.com or by mobile on 0858745911.

    Title of research: ‘Behind the Screens’ A qualitative exploration of the effectiveness of online psychotherapy using thematic analysis. 


  • 08/07/2021 21:17 | Anonymous


    Role: Psychotherapists / Counselling Psychologists – Tuam

    Essential Qualifications:

    (i) A recognized qualification at minimum Level 7 or higher qualification on the NQAI framework in Counselling or a Level 9 in Counselling Psychology.

    AND

    (ii) Be a fully accredited Psychotherapist / Counselling Psychologist with the Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (IACP), Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP), Family Therapy Association of Ireland (FTAI), National Association of Professional Counselling & Psychotherapy (NAPCP), Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) or Irish Council of Psychotherapy (ICP).

    Role & Responsibilities:

    Reporting directly to the Lead Therapist the role of the Therapist is to provide professional and compassionate therapeutic support to individuals who are in suicidal or self-harm crisis, and those bereaved by suicide.

    • ·        Conduct face to face risk & suitability assessments and implement risk management plans as appropriate
    • ·        Provide evidence informed, brief, strengths based & goal focused interventions
    • ·        Work in accordance with Pieta’s Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
    • ·        Liaise and consult with other professionals in supporting the client as required
    • ·        Maintain accurate, confidential records of practice using Salesforce
    • ·        Ensure clinical records are properly and accurately maintained as required
    • ·        Attend external clinical supervision twice per month (paid by Pieta) and attend group supervision internally in Pieta once per month
    • ·        Contribute to research, audit and evaluation of the service as required
    • ·        Fulfil obligations as per the Children First Act 2015
    • ·        Comply with responsibilities under the Data Protection Acts 1988, 2003 & 2018 (GDPR)
    • ·        Ensure compliance with any necessary on-going psychotherapy registration requirements
    • ·        Maintain professional and personal boundaries
    • ·        Participate in team meetings and attend other meetings as deemed necessary
    • ·        To be flexible regarding working hours in line with the needs of the service (incorporating late evening and weekend work)
    • ·        Share information with the Lead Therapist, Regional Manager, Pieta team and other services as appropriate in accordance with good practice

    Skills Required

    • ·        Ability to engage adults and children in assessment and therapeutic work
    • ·        Experience of working with crisis intervention and suicide bereavement
    • ·        Knowledge of Brief Solution Focused Interventions, CBT etc.
    • ·        Ability to reflect on practice in order to facilitate personal learning, professional development and service improvement
    • ·        Demonstrate great warmth and the ability to empathize
    • ·        Strong interpersonal & communication skills
    • ·        Ability to work co-operatively as part of a team
    • ·        Strong time management skills and capacity to prioritise competing demands
    • ·        Ability to consult, liaise with other services as required
    • ·        Ability to foster good working relationships with external agencies and organisations

    Hours & Salary:

    • ·        25 hours per week over 5 days (including x1 evening) €39,000 per annum

    Note: Garda Vetting is required (of the successful candidates) for all positions.

    Applications for the above should be made through our website or via email, attaching a cover letter (outlining your particular suitability to the role) with an updated Curriculum Vitae to recruitment@pieta.ie by 21st July 2021.

    PIETA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER


  • 08/07/2021 21:14 | Anonymous


    Role: Psychotherapists / Counselling Psychologists – Lucan

    Essential Qualifications:

    (i) A recognized qualification at minimum Level 7 or higher qualification on the NQAI framework in Counselling or a Level 9 in Counselling Psychology.

    AND

    (ii) Be a fully accredited Psychotherapist / Counselling Psychologist with the Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (IACP), Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP), Family Therapy Association of Ireland (FTAI), National Association of Professional Counselling & Psychotherapy (NAPCP), Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) or Irish Council of Psychotherapy (ICP).

    Role & Responsibilities:

    Reporting directly to the Lead Therapist the role of the Therapist is to provide professional and compassionate therapeutic support to individuals who are in suicidal or self-harm crisis, and those bereaved by suicide.

    • ·        Conduct face to face risk & suitability assessments and implement risk management plans as appropriate
    • ·        Provide evidence informed, brief, strengths based & goal focused interventions
    • ·        Work in accordance with Pieta’s Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
    • ·        Liaise and consult with other professionals in supporting the client as required
    • ·        Maintain accurate, confidential records of practice using Salesforce
    • ·        Ensure clinical records are properly and accurately maintained as required
    • ·        Attend external clinical supervision twice per month (paid by Pieta) and attend group supervision internally in Pieta once per month
    • ·        Contribute to research, audit and evaluation of the service as required
    • ·        Fulfil obligations as per the Children First Act 2015
    • ·        Comply with responsibilities under the Data Protection Acts 1988, 2003 & 2018 (GDPR)
    • ·        Ensure compliance with any necessary on-going psychotherapy registration requirements
    • ·        Maintain professional and personal boundaries
    • ·        Participate in team meetings and attend other meetings as deemed necessary
    • ·        To be flexible regarding working hours in line with the needs of the service (incorporating late evening and weekend work)
    • ·        Share information with the Lead Therapist, Regional Manager, Pieta team and other services as appropriate in accordance with good practice

    Skills Required

    • ·        Ability to engage adults and children in assessment and therapeutic work
    • ·        Experience of working with crisis intervention and suicide bereavement
    • ·        Knowledge of Brief Solution Focused Interventions, CBT etc.
    • ·        Ability to reflect on practice in order to facilitate personal learning, professional development and service improvement
    • ·        Demonstrate great warmth and the ability to empathize
    • ·        Strong interpersonal & communication skills
    • ·        Ability to work co-operatively as part of a team
    • ·        Strong time management skills and capacity to prioritise competing demands
    • ·        Ability to consult, liaise with other services as required
    • ·        Ability to foster good working relationships with external agencies and organisations

    Hours & Salary:

    • ·        25 hours per week over 5 days (including x1 evening) €39,000 per annum
    • ·        20 hours per week over 4 days (including x1 evening) €31,200 per annum
    • ·        15 hours per week over 3 days (including x1 evening) €23,400 per annum

    Note: Garda Vetting is required (of the successful candidates) for all positions.

    Applications for the above should be made through our website or via email, attaching a cover letter (outlining your particular suitability to the role) with an updated Curriculum Vitae to recruitment@pieta.ie by 21st July 2021.

    PIETA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER


  • 08/07/2021 21:12 | Anonymous


    Role: Psychotherapists / Counselling Psychologists – Galway

    Essential Qualifications:

    (i) A recognized qualification at minimum Level 7 or higher qualification on the NQAI framework in Counselling or a Level 9 in Counselling Psychology.

    AND

    (ii) Be a fully accredited Psychotherapist / Counselling Psychologist with the Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (IACP), Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP), Family Therapy Association of Ireland (FTAI), National Association of Professional Counselling & Psychotherapy (NAPCP), Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) or Irish Council of Psychotherapy (ICP).

    Role & Responsibilities:

    Reporting directly to the Lead Therapist the role of the Therapist is to provide professional and compassionate therapeutic support to individuals who are in suicidal or self-harm crisis, and those bereaved by suicide.

    • ·        Conduct face to face risk & suitability assessments and implement risk management plans as appropriate
    • ·        Provide evidence informed, brief, strengths based & goal focused interventions
    • ·        Work in accordance with Pieta’s Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
    • ·        Liaise and consult with other professionals in supporting the client as required
    • ·        Maintain accurate, confidential records of practice using Salesforce
    • ·        Ensure clinical records are properly and accurately maintained as required
    • ·        Attend external clinical supervision twice per month (paid by Pieta) and attend group supervision internally in Pieta once per month
    • ·        Contribute to research, audit and evaluation of the service as required
    • ·        Fulfil obligations as per the Children First Act 2015
    • ·        Comply with responsibilities under the Data Protection Acts 1988, 2003 & 2018 (GDPR)
    • ·        Ensure compliance with any necessary on-going psychotherapy registration requirements
    • ·        Maintain professional and personal boundaries
    • ·        Participate in team meetings and attend other meetings as deemed necessary
    • ·        To be flexible regarding working hours in line with the needs of the service (incorporating late evening and weekend work)
    • ·        Share information with the Lead Therapist, Regional Manager, Pieta team and other services as appropriate in accordance with good practice

    Skills Required

    • ·        Ability to engage adults and children in assessment and therapeutic work
    • ·        Experience of working with crisis intervention and suicide bereavement
    • ·        Knowledge of Brief Solution Focused Interventions, CBT etc.
    • ·        Ability to reflect on practice in order to facilitate personal learning, professional development and service improvement
    • ·        Demonstrate great warmth and the ability to empathize
    • ·        Strong interpersonal & communication skills
    • ·        Ability to work co-operatively as part of a team
    • ·        Strong time management skills and capacity to prioritise competing demands
    • ·        Ability to consult, liaise with other services as required
    • ·        Ability to foster good working relationships with external agencies and organisations

    Hours & Salary:

    • ·        25 hours per week over 5 days (including x1 evening) €39,000 per annum
    • ·        20 hours per week over 4 days (including x1 evening) €31,200 per annum

    Note: Garda Vetting is required (of the successful candidates) for all positions.

    Applications for the above should be made through our website or via email, attaching a cover letter (outlining your particular suitability to the role) with an updated Curriculum Vitae to recruitment@pieta.ie by 21st July 2021.

    PIETA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER


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