Mindfulness is a simple but profound practice that is rooted in ancient Eastern traditions. Over the last 30 years Western medicine and science have come to recognise its benefits as a resource to help individuals deal with a variety of physical and emotional difficulties. These include stress, serious illness, chronic pain, bereavement, and other life […]
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Mid-West Regional Workshop Please find below details of the forthcoming event in the Mid- West Region facilitated by IAHIP members Larry de Cleir and Ray Wallace. For full information and booking form please see following: Workshop Three Pillars Info & Booking Form: To book your place please print the information, complete and detach the booking form […]
Dates: 5th, 6th, 7th March Fee: €340 Venue: Castlebar Counselling and Therapy Centre Facilitator:Bronagh Starrs MIAHIP This three-day training workshop will focus on two aspects of psychotherapeutic contact with adolescent clients: We will explore how understanding and supporting the adolescent’s environmental context is a key aspect of therapy with teenagers. The training will focus on […]
To Members of South Region of IAHIP Next Southern Regional Meeting News: Date: Tuesday 29th January Start Time: 8.00 p.m. Venue: SMA Hall Wilton, Cork Debbie Hegarty, from the Governing Body of IAHIP, has kindly agreed to present the IAHIP Five Year Plan at the Meeting. There will also be […]
A Midlands regional meeting (Longford, Meath, Westmeath, Offaly, Laois & Tipperary) has been organised. Date:Wednesday 12th December 2012 Time: 7pm – 9pm Venue: Tir Na nOg, Slievanagorta, Ballymore, Co Westmeath As part of IAHIP’s regional development, it is hoped that regional meetings will take place regularly in the various regions throughout the country. The Regional Officer, Bronagh […]
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