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  • 13/05/2022 10:49 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    To mark International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia 2022 the European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland is organising an in person discussion on metal health issues and LGBTQ+ young people.

    Research has shown that LGBTQ+ young people are more likely to experience challenges to their mental health than their heterosexual peers. This is largely due to the bullying and discrimination they may encounter at school, home and in their wider communities. LGBTQ+ teenagers have higher rates of suicide and consider suicide at nearly three times the rate of heterosexual youth. Rejection, isolation and bullying can all conspire to make it more difficult for LGBTQ+ youth to feel safe and supported. Our panel will discuss these issues and try to identify what can be done to help these young people.

    Date & time: Friday 20 May 2022 from 3:00pm - 4:00pm

    Venue: Europe House, 12-14 Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2


    Maria WALSH, MEP

    Moninne GRIFFIT, CEO BeLonG To Youth Services

    Rory O’Neill - AKA Panti Bliss, “Gender Discombobulist” & “Accidental activist”


    Aifric Ní Chríodáin, Executive Director, ShoutOut

    Please feel free to share this event with your contacts.

    To register just email: events-epdublin@europarl.europa.eu

  • 10/05/2022 15:07 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Do you dream about building an online business by sharing your wisdom, advice, your expertise, and knowledge?  

    But you do not know where to start or how to create it.

    As a psychotherapist you...

    • love taking your clients on a journey of transformation
    • adore helping others improve and heal their own lives
    • have a passion to help others tap into their true potential
    • are elated when your clients make breakthroughs and get those lightbulb moments
    • feel it is your purpose to help your clients tap into their natural healing potential

    BUT you also...

    • get overwhelmed with your client load at times
    • burnout from overworking and overdelivering
    • want to move away from the solidarity of 1:1 work
    • would love to impact more people, but there are only so many hours and energy in the day. 
    • have to take as little time off as possible, because if you don't see clients, you don't get paid

    Does any of the above sound familiar?

    You are not alone!

    Some of my most heart-centred clients are therapists and they LOVE what they do.

    They overwork and over-give for many reasons.

    They want to specialise in a specific field, but are afraid to show away any clients or fear they have to take any clients that come their way because they do not want to show away any "income". 

    So they feel trapped in this weird money-time-client dance. 

    They dream of raising their fees, but wouldn't dare, because it will be more than the average "going-rate". 

    They often undervalue their knowledge and expertise and therefore undercharge. 

    They would love to grow their practice in a sustainable and ethical way, that feels good to them energetically and financially. 

    Hi, my name is Jo-Anne Mac Millan and I would love to help you transform your private practice.

    Having had a private psychotherapy practice for 14 years, I understand many of the pitfalls and the joys of having a private practice.

    I also understand the many fears psychotherapist might have around “tech” and how to manage it all.

    The last couple of years especially have shown how important it is to move your business online, but many feel that they need someone else to “run” the tech for them and they have questions then about confidentiality or losing “ownership” of their private practice.

    That does not have to be the way and there is a solution to transition in a wonderfully empowered way to having a dream online business or even “hybrid” therapy practice.

    So that you can:

    • Free up your time
    • Stop swopping time for money, by serving your clients in a different way. 
    • Make a bigger impact
    • Create a signature online program 
    • Build a membership or online community 
    • Move your 1:1 work to group work online
    • Turn your expertise and years of experience into a certificate program
    • Live in a warmer climate during the winter without it interrupting your cash flow. 

    If this sounds like something you would like to do.

    Please get in touch for a no-obligation connection call, so that we can discover how you can move your business online. You can book a call here: https://joanne.as.me/connection

    Special Announcement

    I am also looking for 5 therapists who want to create a signature online program for their practice.

    I’m specifically looking for individuals who:

    1. Feel like the way they currently “work” needs to change.
    2. Currently work with clients 1:1 in-person and want to move their work online
    3. Are experienced in a specific area and want to create an online program
    4. Want to move from 1:1 to doing more group work online 
    5. Have a burning desire to change their career and do something more fulfilling and on “purpose”

    If you said “yes” to one of the items above, then send me and email to info@joanne.ie with “HUMMINGBIRD” in the Subject line and and I’ll share more details.

    Looking forward to hearing from you!

  • 10/05/2022 14:58 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Supervision Group: Psychodynamic & Systemic Approach

    Dr. Evelyn P. Gilmore

    June, 2022, to March, 2023.

    Group Supervision

    This group provides an opportunity for coaches, organisational consultants, organisational psychologists and group facilitators to be 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. Numbers will be limited to six participants.

    Supervisor: Dr. Evelyn P. Gilmore B.A., M.Sc., Prof. D., C. Psychol. Ps.S.I., F.I.I.T.D, 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 in the department of management in NUIG, and she is currently a visiting lecturer in the Tavistock.

    Dates and Times

    • Saturday, 25th June, 2022. 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
    • Saturday, 24th September, 2022. 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
    • Saturday, 12th November, 2022. 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
    • Saturday, 7th January, 2023. 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
    • Saturday, 4th March, 2023. 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 €1,100 plus VAT of 23% per person. This amounts to a total of €1,353 per person.

    The Supervision fee can be paid in two instalments. The first instalment / booking deposit of €700 is paid on acceptance of the place in the supervision group. The balance of €653 is payable on or before the 12th November, 2022.

    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 – 7944048.
    Alternatively, you can contact Evelyn by e-mail on evelyngilmore15@gmail.com

  • 03/05/2022 14:35 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    RESEARCH - Jennifer Dunne

    You are invited to take part in the above titled research study undertaken in part completion of MA Psychotherapy (DBS). The aim of this study is to further the understanding of how psychotherapists work with clients grieving the death of a pet.

    Participants should be fully accredited with IAHIP. They should also have experience of working with clients for whom the death of a pet made up a significant portion of the psychotherapeutic work.

    This interview will seek to identify participants’ understanding of pet loss and how it affects their clients; to understand how participants’ effectively help and support their clients who are grieving for a pet and to explore meaning making in psychotherapy in relation to pet loss.


    Participants are invited to take part in an interview that will take 1 hour, either online or face-to-face.

    If you are interested in taking part, please contact Jenny Dunne:

    Contact details: M: 085 752 1914; E: jennyrosedunne@gmail.com

  • 27/04/2022 13:14 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Therapy Rooms for Rent in Dublin City

    We invite pre-accredited and accredited psychotherapists to join our practice at 5 Clanwilliam Square, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2

       Join an Experienced and Supportive Team of Psychotherapists

       Evening and Daytime Rental Blocks Available at Affordable Rates

       Newly Furbished, Equipped & Soundproofed Therapy Rooms

       Free Clinical Referrals and Online Scheduling Calendar

       High Speed Wifi for Online / Video Sessions

       Open 5 Days a Week from 8am to 10pm

    Please contact us on 01 661 2220 | Email: info@lifechange.ie

    For more details & photos see: www.lifechange.ie/room-rental

  • 26/04/2022 15:54 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    2-6 September 2022

    Face to face at Teach Bhride, Tullow, Co. Carlow

    Standalone Cost €1060.00. First 20 places: €930.00

    Email heather@enneagramtraining.co.uk

    Web: www.enneagramtraining.co.uk

  • 26/04/2022 13:34 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    May 2022 Courses

    Are you interested in integrating nature into your therapy practice? If so, these highly interactive and practical CPD offerings might be just the thing for you. Come Join me in May!

    Course 1: 3 Day/15 Hour CPD: Outdoor Psychotherapy Training

    Cost: €300

    • Delivered Online via Zoom
    • Experiential Exercises Outdoors at Home
    • Saturday 7th , 14th , 21st May 2022
    • 8:30am – 2:30pm GMT
    • Max 10 Participants

    Course 2: 1 Day/6 Hr CPD : Experiential Outdoor Process & Skills Development

    Cost: €120

    • Delivered In-Person via Workshop
    • Takes Place outdoors in The Glen woods, Ennistymon, Co. Clare
    • Sunday 8th May 2022
    • 9:30am – 5pm
    • Max 10 Participants

    Contact Joanne for more details, Booking and Previous Participant Feedback..

    Email JoannePsychotherapy@gmail.com

    Visit www.joannehanrahan.ie/therapist-training

    Phone: 087 713 3737

  • 26/04/2022 13:27 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Unique opportunity to acquire a long-established and
    well-regarded psychotherapy practice

    located in Dublin North City, 3 kilometres from O’Connell Street.

    Strong referral base through General Practitioners in the immediate area and extending to North and West Dublin, Meath and surrounding counties.

    This opportunity will appeal to individuals or groups of enthusiastic and energetic psychotherapy practitioners who wish to avail of the significant potential in acquiring an already well-established practice.

    For further information contact:

    Hugh Arthurs hugh.arthurs@gmail.com or 087-9583749

    Mary Arthurs mary.arthurs@gmail.com or 086-8518171

  • 26/04/2022 12:45 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The group will provide a space for exploration, support and creativity for therapists.

    Karina Tynan has been a practitioner for twenty two years and a supervisor for fourteen years.That includes experience with therapist training groups and as a group therapist. Further trainings include Integrative Bodywork and The Dynamics of Attachment. She has studied the dramatic arts via The Michael Chekhov Method and its relevance for the creativity living in the individual soul of each person. She is also an author who has explored myth and archetype via Irish mythology.

    A monthly group of four (three and the supervisor) will take place in person on Wednesday evenings from 6.30pm to 8pm and the cost is €50 per session. All levels of experience welcome.

    For more information contact via email : karinatynan@icloud.com or phone : 086 865 4812

  • 26/04/2022 12:22 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    RESEARCH Jennifer McCarthy Flynn

    Dear Colleague,

    I am writing to invite your participation in my research study entitled: 

    In Relationship in Ireland: An exploration of how women are meeting women in the psychotherapeutic relationship in an unequal society

    I am a student on the MSc in Humanistic and Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy in Turning Point Institute (TPI) and University College Cork (UCC). The MSc requires the completion of a research study relating to psychotherapy.

    The purpose of the study is to explore how women psychotherapists and women clients are meeting in the therapeutic relationship in an unequal society.

    The research will involve accredited members of a national body in Ireland, including ICP, IAHIP, IACP, NAPCP, PSI, APCP, with two years or more experience who may be in centre based or in private practice. If you are an accredited Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapist who identifies as a woman and has had clients who identify as women and are interested in the topic of the study, you are eligible to take part.

    If you would like to take part, you will be invited to participate in an interview that will take approximately one hour, at a mutually agreed time and place. Your participation is voluntary.

    If you wish to take part or would like more information on the study, you can contact me at 116106630@umail.ucc.ie

    Thank you for your consideration

    Kind regards,

    Jennifer McCarthy Flynn

    In Relationship in Ireland: An exploration of how women are meeting women in the psychotherapeutic relationship in an unequal society

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