Entries by IAHIP

IAHIP Supervisors Forum – Reflective Conversations to Support Supervisors

Announcing IAHIP Supervisors Forum – Saturday 21st September 2019 “Reflective Conversations to support Supervisors“ An invitation to IAHIP supervisors to engage in conversations on the following themes: ◊ Dilemmas & challenges in the practice of supervision… ◊ Supervisor / Supervisee relationship dynamics… ◊ Different approaches to supervision… ◊ The psycho-educational dimension of supervision… Venue – […]

Professional Diploma in Clinical Supervision

Professional Diploma in Clinical Supervision (PAC Code: DC768) One-year, part-time, NFQ Level 9 Applications are invited for the DCU School of Nursing and Human Sciences, Professional Diploma in Clinical Supervision, commencing September 2019. This course is suitable for experienced and accredited counsellors, psychotherapists and mental health practitioners who are seeking professional and career development in […]

South Dublin, Wicklow IAHIP Regional Meeting

Dear Member,South Dublin, Wicklow IAHIP Regional Meeting Venue:- Bray Counselling & Therapy Centre, 9, Brennan’s Tce., Strand Road (Seafront), Bray Date:- Friday, March 22, 2019 Time:- 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm Tea and coffee provided. The topic of this regional meeting is: Embodying Self-Care as Psychotherapists As psychotherapists, we are professionals in the areas of […]

Jigsaw is now recruiting ICP registered psychotherapists

Jigsaw is now recruiting ICP registered psychotherapists Help to create an Ireland where every young person’s mental health is valued and supported. At Jigsaw we are committed to leading a nationwide transformation in the area of youth mental health. By joining our team, you will play a key part in helping us to create an […]

IAHIP – Last Workshop of our Autumn/Winter 2018/2019 Series

BOOKINGS STILL AVAILABLE ON https://iahip.org/workshops-2 A Few Places Still Available – Please Book Now Sunday 27th January 2019 (Please note the date change from 20th to 27th) The Underground Stream: An Introduction to Curative Writing Facilitator: Martina Breen This workshop draws upon the principles of The Intensive Journal method and Depth Psychology, originated in 1960 […]

Family Constellations Training 2019

Family Constellations Training 2019 Core Concepts of Family Constellations This Foundation Training in Family Constellations aims to up-skill those already working with families and individuals in a professional capacity. It will also help those who wish to understand better the hidden dynamics of their own family system. Trauma and traumatic events in our own lifetime […]

South Connaught IAHIP Regional Meating

The South Connaught IAHIP regional meetings are being re-established. The first meeting is arranged for Sunday, January 20, 2019. Time: 10:00 AM TO 1:00 PM DISCUSSION TOPIC: Focusing in Therapy: Inviting the client’s fresh edge. Interactive seminar exploring Gene Gendlin’s focusing approach. The theme will be presented by Simon McKibbin with the accompaniment of Marta […]

Job Vacancy – Sessional Counsellor

Part-Time Job Vacancy – Trinity College Post Title: Sessional CounsellorsPost Status: Part-time, sessional workDepartment: Student Counselling Services, Trinity College Dublin, the University of DublinLocation: 7-9 South Leinster Street, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin College Green, Dublin 2, IrelandReports to: Clinical ManagerSalary: Subject to qualifications and experienceHours of Work: VariableClosing Date: 12 Noon GMT […]

IAHIP Autumn/Winter Workshops 2018/19

BELOW IS A LIST OF OUR UPCOMING WORKSHOPS FOR NOVEMBER BOOKINGS STILL AVAILABLE ON https://iahip.org/workshops-2 A few places still available on the below workshops – please book soon Saturday 10th November 2018 Dancing the Inner Body: Tuning In, Being Moved: Exploring the Unconscious Through Movement Facilitators: José Castilho & Jessica Cottee In this experiential workshop, […]

IAHIP Autumn Workshops

Last Call for Participants for this Weekends Workshops Saturday 22/09/18 Workshop 2 Just Say ‘YES’ – Applied Improvisation Comedy Maureen Levy The old saying that ‘Laughter is the best medicine’ is born of the fact that humour reduces stress levels and improves mental health. Working therapeutically with any individual mirrors the improvisational comedy approach. It […]