Entries by FTAI

Sex Work: Contemporary discourses and the therapeutic context

DATE FOR YOUR DIARY Date: 25th September 2019 Time: 6.30p.m. Venue: Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2. Topic: Sex Work: Contemporary discourses and the therapeutic context Speakers: Rebekah Leacy Adeline Berry Kate McGrew Miriam Ryan All will speak on the same topic, but from different points of view. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) = 2 hours. […]

Our son stole from us to fund his cocaine habit

IRISH TIMES 7th August 2019 TRISH MURPHY Tell me about it: We cleared his debt and he promised to stop taking drugs but now he is partying again PROBLEM: We were always very proud of our son. He is 24 years of age and still lives at home. He is our only child and up […]

Systemic Cafe 14th May 2019 Non-Violent Resistance (NVR)

DATE FOR YOUR DIARY Date: 14th May 2019 Time: 7.00p.m. – 9.00pm Venue: Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2. Topic: Non-Violent Resistance (NVR): An integrated, structured and systemic response to child to parent violence and abuse. Training in the NVR programme, originally designed by Dr Declan Coogan (NUIG), will be introduced to Family Therapists who […]

Clanwilliam Institute Open Event 16th April 2019

CLANWILLIAM INSTITUTE DISCOVER OUR MSC IN SYSTEMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY OPEN EVENT TUESDAY APRIL 16TH, 2019 17:30 – 19:00 This comprehensive programme in Systemic Psychotherapy/Family Therapy has particular relevance for professionals in the health, social services, education, and related disciplines. This programme, which is recognised as one of the foremost psychotherapy training courses in Ireland has been […]

Imelda McCarthy Festschrift

A Festschrift for Imelda McCarthy Phd was held in December last in the University of Bedfordshire, who created a Fifth Province to celebrate one of systemic field’s pioneers. A wonderful occasion – as shown in the photos below! Congratulations Imelda! …read more Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland

A 2019 Resolution: Go Off Script

Psychology Today 6 January 2019 Emily Green Psy.D. There Is Always Another Part A 2019 Resolution: Go Off Script This year, let’s challenge the rigid life narratives that keep us stuck. If you had told me five years ago that this holiday season I would be wearing a Christmas sweater with a cat in a […]

How to lose your clinical balance, while holding on to your therapeutic bearings, and other ideas on working therapeutically with a ‘treatment resistant’ client diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder

How to lose your clinical balance, while holding on to your therapeutic bearings, and other ideas on working therapeutically with a ‘treatment resistant’ client diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder Don Boardman Click below for full article Don Boardman Article …read more Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland