Entries by FTAI

The West is Awake!! Systemic Cafe Galway

Child to Parent Violence: A Systemic Response May 25th 2013 , Galway The West is awake!!! The recent Systemic Café on Child to Parent violence was the first Systemic Café to venture outside Dublin. A well attended and lively discussion, facilitated by Declan Coogan, brought up lots of dilemmas for us but also provided ideas […]

Dublin Regional Meeting – Dublin Centre & North

A Dublin (Centre & North) regional meeting has been organised: At this meeting, we will discuss such matters as co-creating a regional structure, developments within the organisational life of IAHIP, and the general experience of our membership within IAHIP. These meetings are designed to give members an influential voice and it is an opportunity to […]

Systemic Cafe 27th May 2013: “Suicide”: a conversation on how therapists can work most effectively with people who are suicidal

Welcome to the next Systemic Cafe where FTAI members, colleagues & friends meet to socialise, share ideas, observe, or participate in a short discussion, have a drink & relax. As always it is free. It was our desire to come together in a relaxed atmosphere of friendship and therapeutic curiosity that has made the Systemic […]

Launch of new video about Couples and Family Therapy in Ireland

Orla Barry, the Director of Mental Health Reform, attended our AGM on 13th April  2013 and formally launched our new video about Couples and Family Therapy in Ireland. The video is an overview about the benefits people can expect from attending counselling with members of our association. The video also looks at the cost and […]

MSc in Systemic Therapy Information Evening, Clanwilliam Institute

‘MSc in Systemic Therapy Information Evening Monday, April 29, 2013 in Dublin Clanwilliam Institute, 18 Clanwilliam Terrace, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Clanwilliam is hosting an Information Evening about our 4-year Masters programme on 29th April (5 – 7 pm). The event will allow anyone (social workers, nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, school guidance counsellors, graduates of […]