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Upcoming WORKSHOPS & Courses

IAHIP holds training workshops and courses throughout the year. As they are announced, they will be listed in the section below.

To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of IAHIP there will be ongoing workshops and seminars available free of charge to all members and associates.

A Law Workshop (via Zoom) to address psychotherapist's concerns around note taking, court appearances and other legal concerns. 

Barbara Dowds presented a seminar Challenges in Working with Depression in the Glenside Hotel, Wicklow on 2nd April 2022. This was a welcome return to live attendance.  

Stephen Flynn presented a workshop on Suicide in the Room which was also live attendance, venue was the The Strand Hotel, Limerick

Allison Joyner will present Engaging Existential Perspectives in your Therapy Practice on 18th June 2022.  This will be held in the Maldron Hotel, Galway - Registration is now open below. 

Christiane Sanderson will present two workshops on Shame in July (dates to be confirmed). This will be held on Zoom. Registration will open shortly. 

Simon Forsyth will present a workshop on Gender Variance/Diversity on 3rd September - Venue will be in Dublin. Registration will open in late June. 

Margaret Brady will present a workshop on Spirituality. This will be in person in October (dates to be confirmed) and held in Dublin. More details to follow

Further workshops and events will be announced during 2022.


Upcoming Events

    • 08/10/2022
    • 10:00 - 16:00
    • The Gresham Hotel Dublin - RIU PLaza
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    This day long workshop is the first of two supervision workshops addressing issues across the developmental continuum of practice. Supervisors are free to attend both or just one, as befits their needs. Where-as this workshop focuses on those in the earlier stage of development, the second workshop, planned for Cork in November, looks at supervising more mature therapists and supervisors.

    Details of workshop

    In this workshop, Sheila and Monica plan to address issues and themes that are relevant for the Supervisory Relationship for students, pre accreds and the newly accredited Psychotherapist.

    Some of the themes include : the context, frame, notes and recordings, boundaries, relevance of theory, possible conflicting approaches in the supervisee experience and the role of supervision in practice development.

    Presenters Sheila Killoran Gannon & Monica Haughey (joined by Michael O'Mahony during the panel discussion). 

    Food is included - Please see the options below. 
    CPD Hours:  5
    Registration:  from 9:30am
    Location: The Gresham Hotel - In person only. 

    Sheila Killoran Gannon

    Sheila has worked in private practice as a psychotherapist for the past 30 years. She was accredited in 1994.  She has been an IAHIP accredited supervisor since 2000.  Her experience as a supervisor has been with individuals and groups     

    Since 1998 she has delivered training on the Counsselling and Psychotherapy training course [BACP] in Dublin Business School (DBS) at under-graduate level. 

    She has been involved with the MA in Psychotherapy training course run by DBS College since the inception of this programme in 2007 as a trainer, lecturer and group supervisor.

    Her background is in education at Primary and post-Primary level. This underpins her interest in didactic supervision.

    She has served on the IAHIP GB  from 2000 to 2004 , taking the position of Chair 2002-2004. She subsequently served for some years on the ICP Board.

    Currently, she is working her way slowly and at times, ambivalently, toward retirement!

    Monica Haughey

    Monica is an experienced and established psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer who works with individuals and groups. She has been accredited with the association since 1997 and as a supervisor since 2010. 

    She has been in practice for over twenty years and maintains her own private psychotherapy and supervision practice and regularly runs “Practice Development” supervision groups for psychotherapists. She is also experienced in corporate wellbeing and passionate about the wider applications of psychotherapist to a range of settings.

    In 2019 she organised the 1st Conscious Living and working conference in Dublin that connected senior leaders and entrepreneurs in the wellbeing, business and environmental sectors. She regularly runs groups and webinars for psychotherapists on the possibilities open to psychotherapists and has recently launched the new School of Conscious Living. This innovative school is to support those who feel it’s now time to take more control of their own lives and listen to their hearts desire. She sees the relevance of our work as psychotherapists in supporting this shift towards people taking more agency of their lives and works with creative entrepreneurs from different backgrounds in taking “their courageous next step”.

    She is a former tutor in Turning Point Training Institute for psychotherapists and has delivered to the IAHIP conference in 2016; “Keeping Psychotherapy Relevant in these Changing Times”.

    • 15/10/2022
    • 10:00 - 16:00
    • Trinity City Hotel, Dublin
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    We are delighted to present a Workshop for IAHIP Members and Associates

    Spirituality is one of those subjects that can quickly leave a therapist feeling out of their depth. This workshop aims to unpack some of the complexities that surround this fascinating area, so that you will feel more at ease and equipped to explore issues of a spiritual nature when they arise in the session.

    During the workshop, we will examine our own assumptions and attitudes around spirituality, its place in our own lives and in psychotherapy.

    Drawing on the background of transpersonal psychology, we will explore the ways in which a transpersonal lens can transform our view of the person and the psychotherapeutic relationship.

    We will look at how spirituality can serve as a valuable resource for clients in psychotherapy, and also at how it can show up as the problem, for example in cases of spiritual abuse.

    Finally, we will explore whether psychotherapy itself can become a spiritual practice, and we will learn some practical tools for beginning to add a spiritual or transpersonal element to our work.

    This workshop will contain a mix of presentation, experiential exercises and pair or small group work. A reading list will be provided.

    Presenter: Margaret Brady 

    Food is included - Please see the options below. 
    CPD Hours:  5
    Registration:  from 9:30am
    Location: Trinity City Hotel, Dublin - In person only.


    About Margaret

    Margaret Brady MIAHIP is a psychotherapist and spiritual companion based in Dublin 6. She holds an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy (Turning Point Training Institute/DCU, 2012), as well as an MA in Consciousness Studies (John F. Kennedy University, 2003) and a BA in Philosophy and English Literature (Trinity College Dublin, 2000).

    More recently, Margaret completed the two-year Art of Living and Dying training on healing spiritual pain, and the further two-year Anam Cara Apprenticeship run by the Sacred Art of Living Centre at Our Lady’s Hospice Dublin. She was awarded a certificate in non-denominational spiritual direction accredited by Spiritual Directors International (2018). She has since joined the Irish training team for both the Art of Living and Dying and the Anam Cara Apprenticeship.

    Margaret’s interests include Celtic spirituality, dreams and ecopsychology. She is a founder member of Ecotherapy Network Ireland and served as a member of the Inside Out Editorial Board from 2014-2022.

    More information at www.margaretbrady.ie.

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