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 clinical supervision. It is also suitable for supervisors who are currently providing supervision but do not have formal supervision training. The Professional Diploma in Clinical Supervision provides a comprehensive university accredited training in the dominant theoretical approaches, conceptual models and modes of clinical supervision, taking an integrative, relational and evidence-based approach to supervision practice. Students will have the opportunity to apply supervision knowledge and skills to professional supervision practice with supervisees. The course involves 100 hours of training delivered on a modular basis between September and April, as well as internal and external supervision practice, in line with IAHIP and IACP criteria for supervision training.

Apply: www.pac.ie by 23rd June 2019

Further information: www.dcu.ie/courses/Postgraduate/nursing_psychotherapy_community/Professional-Diploma-Clinical-Supervision.shtml

E-mail: Dr Rita Glover, rita.glover@nulldcu.ie or Dr Aisling McMahon, aisling.mcmahon@nulldcu.ie

P: 01 700 7936 / 01 700 7915

Website: www.dcu.ie

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16 Jun 2019 10:00 : APW 3 Day Event on ‘The Drive

The event will include a range of papers from both National & International speakers and will feature keynote speaker Russell Grigg.

Register now at http://apwonline.org/conference-registration.html

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14 Jun 2019 10:00 : APW 3 Day Event on ‘The Drive

The event will include a range of papers from both National & International speakers and will feature keynote speaker Russell Grigg.

Register now at http://apwonline.org/conference-registration.html

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15 Jun 2019 10:00 : APW 3 Day Event on ‘The Drive

The event will include a range of papers from both National & International speakers and will feature keynote speaker Russell Grigg.

Register now at http://apwonline.org/conference-registration.html

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Systemic Cafe 14th May 2019 Non-Violent Resistance (NVR)

DATE FOR YOUR DIARY

Date: 14th May 2019

Time: 7.00p.m. – 9.00pm

Venue: Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2.

Topic: Non-Violent Resistance (NVR): An integrated,
structured and systemic response to child to parent violence and abuse.

Training in the NVR programme, originally designed by Dr Declan Coogan (NUIG), will be introduced to Family Therapists who work with parents/carers who feel they have lost their authority in the relationship with their child. We will also focus on de-escalation skills, increasing parental presence and building stronger relationships.
There is growing evidence that building or restoring parental authority through NVR is also proving to be successful in addressing child and adolescent anxiety and self-harm. NVR is increasingly being used in foster care to reduce conflict and strengthen relationships. Join the growing number of child welfare practitioners around Ireland and Europe who are using NVR successfully.
The training is provided by Catrina Scanlan and Madeleine Connolly- both are practitioners, supervisors and trainers in the NVR programme, having completed their training as NVR practitioners and trainers with Dr Coogan.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) = 2 hours. CPD certificates will be issued by the Family Therapy Assoc. of Ireland (FTAI). See you @ the Systemic Cafe

Date for your Diary Systemic Cafe 14th May 2019

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27 Apr 2019 13:00 : NIIHR Clinical Seminar with Jamieson Webster

The Northern Ireland Institute of Human Relations is delighted to be welcoming Lacanian analyst, author, and cultural critic Jamieson Webster to Belfast later this month – for a clinical seminar on Conversion Disorder.

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10 May 2019 15:00 : Supervision Seminar on Sexual Trauma with Professor Arnold Rachman by The Irish Psycho-Analytical Association.

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/supervision-seminar-on-sexual-trauma-with-professor-arnold-rachman-tickets-58428846252?aff=ebapi

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11 May 2019 10:00 : IPAA Conference 2019: The Budapest School of Psychoanalysis

Irish Psycho-analytical Association of Ireland Conference – 6 PSI/ICP/IACP CPD points. Featuring Dr Arnold Rachman & Dr Judit Meszaros

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/ipaa-conference-2019-the-budapest-school-of-psychoanalysis-tickets-56120733625

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Clanwilliam Institute Open Event 16th April 2019

CLANWILLIAM INSTITUTE
DISCOVER OUR MSC IN SYSTEMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY
OPEN EVENT

TUESDAY APRIL 16TH, 2019
17:30 – 19:00

This comprehensive programme in Systemic Psychotherapy/Family Therapy has particular relevance for professionals in the health, social services, education, and related disciplines. This programme, which is recognised as one of the foremost psychotherapy training courses in Ireland has been running, subject to review and revision, for twenty-five years. The programme fits with academic and professional training requirements emerging from both Irish and European Academic and Professional bodies.
Please visit our website for more detailed brochure:
https://www.clanwilliam.ie/

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: TRAININGADMIN@nullCLANWILLIAM.IE

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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 self-awareness, self-connection and supporting people to develop the necessary foundations for their own healing, evolution, and wellbeing.

And yet… when it comes to our own self-care, this can be lacking. There can be a gap between our ideals of what we ‘should’ be doing or what we convey to our clients, and the reality of our own practices. Different things can get in the way when it comes to ‘filling our own cups’ and ensuring we have the proper resources and supports in place for our own personal flourishing, as well as therapy practices.

This can range from less-than-ideal schedules, ways of working that are not really aligned with our personal needs as practitioners, to neglecting health, or prioritising clients’ needs over our own, and experiencing vicarious trauma or burnout. There is also the reality of being self-employed for many psychotherapists, and the need to ensure a sustainable income and healthy finances.

This evening will be an opportunity to explore the topic of self-care for psychotherapists together, including a discussion of people’s self-care needs at different levels (mind, body, emotional, transpersonal), experiences of typical barriers or impediments to good practice, as well as supportive and practical tips and tools. This will be done via a combination of information inputs, personal inquiry worksheets, creative expression, and discussions.

Delphine O’Keeffe (M.I.A.H.I.P)

Delphine is an Integrative psychotherapist, having trained in Humanistic and Psychodynamic approaches. Her approach is informed by an existential outlook and a respect for people’s personal choices. Delphine has worked in various counselling centres in Dublin …read more

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