Entries by FTAI

WHO Mental Health Considerations

Click on link below to access World Health Organisation considerations during COVID-19 outbreak WHO Mental Health Considerations during Covid-19 …read more Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland

Explaining Covid-19 to Children

Explaining COVID-19 (Coronavirus) to Children Let the child/young person’s questions and their age guide as to how much information to provide: • very young children need brief, simple information and reassurance that they are safe and that the people they care about are safe. They may ask Will I get sick? Will granny/grandad die? • […]

Covid-19 and Social Welfare Payments

In these uncertain times, many people are worried about the impact of Covid-19 on their finances. The link below may also be of some assistance in relation to social welfare payments. Keep well everyone. FTAI Executive Committee Covid-19 and Social Welfare Payments …read more Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland

“PPRR” a map for creating a relexive PPRRactice with John Burnham

“PPRR” a map for creating a reflexive PPRRactice Overcoming Problems – Creating Possibilities through …… Wrestling with Restraints and Embracing Resources 2-day workshop with JOHN BURNHAM Contemporary approaches have brought a ‘breath of fresh air’ into the systemic field through creating forward looking practices, de-emphasizing problems and restraints, whilst emphasizing resources and possibilities. I created […]

Kate Middleton Went to Family Therapy to Support Her Brother, James

Family therapy can serve individuals, couples and families. As the article below states- not everyone needs to be there all the time, – people can attend in ones and twos, but it can open up conversations that really go a long way towards recovery. In a new interview with The Telegraph, James Middleton opened up […]

World Mental Health Day 10th October 2019

World Mental Health Day 10th October 2019#weneedtotalk See www.familytherapyireland.com to access list of accredited Systemic Family Therapists. FTAI therapists see individuals, couples and families. …read more Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland

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 […]