All those posts in the category “Events”

28 Mar 2015 10:30 : Taboo or not Taboo? Clinical Series

The Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Clinical Series 2015

Early Bird Offer

‘Taboo or not Taboo?’

Forbidden thoughts, forbidden acts in Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy

Based on the collection of papers in ‘Taboo or not Taboo?, this series concerns topics in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis that are not spoken about under usual circumstances.

Guided by this courageous book, we want to encourage conversations and explorations amongst practitioners, around topics such as money, spirituality or self-disclosure, in an atmosphere of openness and safety. Mary Pyle, MA, H.Dip.Ed, trained Group Analyst, founder member of the IFPP and a psychoanalytic psychotherapist of long standing, will facilitate this series. She has developed a module based on these writings for the Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy course in TCD, since the book’s publication in 2009. Her students’ enthusiasm and interest, seeded by her teaching of this material, has led to the series being offered to clinicians in the wider psychoanalytic community.

In the current age of demand for greater transparency from professionals, this is a timely and important collection.’ Peter Fonagy in the Foreward.

Venue: PSI, Grantham House, Grantham Street (off Camden Street), Dublin 8.

Dates: Saturdays, January 31st, February 21st, March 28th, April 18th , May 16th.

Time: 10.30am-1.30pm

Teas and coffees provided

Early bird cost, inclusive of a copy of ‘Taboo or not Taboo?’, €150 (€100 student) up to December 8th 2014.

Late booking €150 (€100 student) not including the book

€50 non-refundable deposit secures a place

This offer lasts until December 8th. Collection of the book from central Dublin can be arranged by emailing ifppeducation@nullgmail.com on payment of €50 …read more

Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

21 Feb 2015 10:30 : Taboo or not Taboo? Clinical Series

The Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Clinical Series 2015

Early Bird Offer

‘Taboo or not Taboo?’

Forbidden thoughts, forbidden acts in Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy

Based on the collection of papers in ‘Taboo or not Taboo?, this series concerns topics in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis that are not spoken about under usual circumstances.

Guided by this courageous book, we want to encourage conversations and explorations amongst practitioners, around topics such as money, spirituality or self-disclosure, in an atmosphere of openness and safety. Mary Pyle, MA, H.Dip.Ed, trained Group Analyst, founder member of the IFPP and a psychoanalytic psychotherapist of long standing, will facilitate this series. She has developed a module based on these writings for the Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy course in TCD, since the book’s publication in 2009. Her students’ enthusiasm and interest, seeded by her teaching of this material, has led to the series being offered to clinicians in the wider psychoanalytic community.

In the current age of demand for greater transparency from professionals, this is a timely and important collection.’ Peter Fonagy in the Foreward.

Venue: PSI, Grantham House, Grantham Street (off Camden Street), Dublin 8.

Dates: Saturdays, January 31st, February 21st, March 28th, April 18th , May 16th.

Time: 10.30am-1.30pm

Teas and coffees provided

Early bird cost, inclusive of a copy of ‘Taboo or not Taboo?’, €150 (€100 student) up to December 8th 2014.

Late booking €150 (€100 student) not including the book

€50 non-refundable deposit secures a place

This offer lasts until December 8th. Collection of the book from central Dublin can be arranged by emailing ifppeducation@nullgmail.com on payment of €50 …read more

Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

31 Jan 2015 10:30 : Taboo or not Taboo? Clinical Series

 

The Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

 

  Clinical Series 2015

 

Early Bird Offer

 

 

‘Taboo or not Taboo?’

 

Forbidden thoughts, forbidden acts in Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy

 

 

Based on the collection of papers in ‘Taboo or not Taboo?, this series concerns topics in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis that are not spoken about under  usual circumstances.  

 

 

Guided by this courageous book, we want to encourage conversations and explorations amongst practitioners, around topics such as money, spirituality or self-disclosure, in an atmosphere of openness and safety.  Mary Pyle, MA, H.Dip.Ed, trained Group Analyst, founder member of the IFPP and a psychoanalytic psychotherapist of long standing, will facilitate this series.  She has developed a module based on these writings for the Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy course in TCD, since the book’s publication in 2009. Her students’ enthusiasm and interest, seeded by her teaching of this material, has led to the series being offered to clinicians in the wider psychoanalytic community.

 

 

In the current age of demand for greater transparency from professionals, this is a timely and important collection.’    Peter Fonagy in the Foreward.

 

 

<span style="font-family:

Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

29 Nov 2014 09:30 : The Psychodynamics of Writing & Presenting

 

Irish Institute of Group Analysis

 

Workshop for IIGA members and colleagues

 

at St. Vincent’s University Hospital.

 

 

The Psychodynamics of Writing & Presenting

 

with Nick Barwick

 

 

The workshop will explore creative anxiety and writing blocks and how these and other difficulties experienced in producing work as a professional may be linked to underlying unresolved conflicts. The workshop will give attention to means of alleviating anxiety with particular reference to the use of transitional space.

 

 

Nick Barwick is a group analyst, psychotherapist and qualified teacher. Head of Counselling at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, he runs groups in private practice and at The Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships. Immediate Past Editor of the journal Psychodynamic Practice, his publications include Clinical Counselling in Schools (Routledge), The Therapeutic Environment (OUP) and Group Music Therapy. He has a particular interest in working with people experiencing creative inhibitions and consults to writers, actors and musicians.

 

 

DATE:         Saturday

Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

07 Nov 2014 08:00 : Melancholia

 
MELANCHOLIA
 
Friday 7-Saturday 8 November 2014
National Museum of Decorative Arts & History, Collins Barracks, Dublin 7
 
This two-day international, multidisciplinary seminar explores the topic of ‘melancholia’ from clinical, theoretical, film studies, and visual arts practice and curatorship perspectives. What does this term mean and how is it understood, worked with and represented in different contexts? We will be looking at how meanings for the term have developed over time and how contemporary understandings of ‘depression’, the ‘sublime’ and ‘affect’ have been used to think about experiences of melancholia. The programme includes a film screening, an art installation screening, an art performance, as well as a range of talks, responses and discussions with speakers specialising in the areas of clinical psychoanalysis/psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychology, visual arts practice and curatorship, and academic research fields, such as literary theory and criticism, philosophy, film studies, history, gender and sexuality studies, and art history and visual culture. The emphasis will be on discussion. 
 
Invited participants include Caroline Bainbridge (University of Roehampton), Bice Benvenuto (Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research, London), Cecily Brennan (visual artist, Dublin), Olga Cox Cameron (APPI, IFPP and St Vincent’s University Hospital), Amanda Coogan (performance artist, Dublin), Ann-Marie Delaney (visual artist, Dublin), Judy Gammelgaard (Danish Psychoanalytic Society and University of Copenhagen), Noreen Giffney (IFPP, IIPP and UCD), Tina Kinsella (visual artist and NCAD), Lisa Moran (IMMA and NCAD), Anne Mulhall (UCD), Ann Murphy (IFPP, TCD and visual artist), Isabel Nolan (visual artist, Dublin), Frances O’Dwyer (visual artist, Dublin), Mary Pyle (IIPP, IFPP and TCD), Emma Radley (UCD), Medb Ruane (APPI), Moynagh Sullivan (NUIM), Marie Walshe (APPI) and Eve Watson (APPI and Independent College Dublin).
 
This event is sponsored by  the Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (IIPP), the Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (IFPP),

Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

30 Sep 2014 09:30 : The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy One Day Masterclass with Dr. Allan Schore

CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY

NORTHERN IRELAND

in association with the NI Institute of Human Relations, the Division of Clinical Psychology NI, and the NI Association for the Study of Psychoanalysis

 

presents

 

The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy’

 

A One-Day Masterclass with Pre-Eminent Neuroscientist and Highly- Acclaimed Author

 

Dr Allan Schore

 

Tuesday 30th September 2014, 

9:30am until 5pm – Europa Hotel, Belfast.

 

Dr Schore’s groundbreaking integration of neuroscience with attachment theory and relational psychoanalysis has brought a highly influential, evidence-based neuropsychoanalytic perspective to the fields of child and adolescent psychotherapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychiatry, clinical psychology, psychoanalysis, family therapy, social work and psychodynamic counselling.

 

Early bird rate of £65 is available until 31st August – fee of £75 from 1st September     To book a place, contact CAPPNI

at <span lang="EN-US" style="color:

Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

17 May 2014 11:00 : Professor Karl Figlio Lecture

 

The Irish Psycho-Analytical Association Presents

 

 

Professor Karl Figlio

 

 

The Difference Between

 

Private and Public Mourning

 

 

Karl Figlio, Professor of Psychoanalytic Studies at the University of Essex in CDColchester, has been a friend of our Association for many years. Here he takes up the topic raised by Freud in his 1917 paper, Mourning and Melancholia, and re-examines it from the viewpoint of the twenty-first century, including his interest in the societal unconscious and in object-relations psychology. His overview is broad and sweeping.

 

This lecture will be of interest to anyone who deals with depression and/or mourning in the consulting-room. Since it throws light on the changes in unconscious structure due to mourning, and those resulting from depression, it will have an appeal for anyone who has lost a person, or a situation dear to them, and who must deal with this loss.

 

 

Date:                           17 May 2014

 

Time:                          11 am

 

Venue:                        The Royal Marine Hotel, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire

 

Entry:                         € 20 (€ 15 for the unwaged)

 

 

<span style="font-family:

Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

Trauma Today Conference

St Vincent’s Hospital, Fairview, Shine and DCU present

TRAUMA TODAY Conference

Multiple Perspectives,Experiences and Approaches

Keynote Speakers:  Erik De Soir, Trauma and crisis specialist and Thomas Reichental, Expert by experience

Venue:  Marino Institute of Education, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9

Date:  Friday 23rd May 2014, 9.30 am – 16.30 pm

Fee:  €50 (€30 reduced rate – students & unemployed)

For further information download brochure here Trauma Today flyer

TRAUMA TODAY conference programme

REGISTRATION FORM- Trauma Conference