Spirasi Are Hiring! Part Time Regional Therapists Required! *Deadline Today 5pm!*
GOTTMAN METHOD COUPLES THERAPY TRAINING
Presented live in Ireland in 2020 by Master Trainers in Gottman Method Therapy.
Level 1: Bridging the Couple Chasm – Clinical Training (March 12/13th)
Level 2: Assessment, Intervention, Co-morbidities (October 1/2/3rd)
Take your work with couples to a deeper level. Research-based Gottman Method Couples Therapy will help you assess and treat your couples more effectively and is inclusive of all standard theoretical orientations.
Visit at Facebook: Gottman Trainings Ireland and U.K.
See: Eastbayrelationshipcenter.com for registration details.
Learn from Master level teachers who have worked directly with Drs. John and Julie Gottman for over 15 years.
What clinicians have said about the trainings in Ireland:
“Far exceeded my expectations – excellent materials and presenters” M.J, Dublin
“Really valuable at putting it all together after my home study. Loved it!” A.G, Newry
All levels will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk. See our website for more information.
21st Annual Killarney Three-Day Couples Therapy Training Workshop
“TWO BECOME ONE AND THEN THERE ARE NONE”
Rita F. Resnick, Ph.D. & Robert W. Resnick, Ph.D.
with Kevin McCann, H. Dip. GT & Favo Barbarello, M.Sc.
From a fusion model to a connection model of marriage – a practical, “hand’s on” workshop with fundamental theory, rare access to watching seasoned therapists demonstrate live and optional supervised “hands-on” skill practice. Focusing on how couples deal with difference – rather than just what the differences are – opens the window to process work that cuts across today’s content.
Further links: (these links can also be found on the ‘Read More‘ page
Killarney course flyer: https://bit.ly/2t9quXY
Resnick 25 biases about coupling:
Resnick interview in British Gestalt Journal: https://bit.ly/2BQEzu2
DCU School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health
Advance Your Career in Psychotherapy
The Psychotherapy Framework at DCU School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health incorporates a range of programmes providing you with the opportunity to engage with training appropriate to your career path. Programmes are now open for application at www.pac.ie.
MSc in Psychotherapy (PAC Code: DC715)
A four-year, part-time programme, integrative in nature which provides comprehensive academic and practical grounding in Humanistic, Cognitive Behavioural, Systemic and Psychodynamic approaches to practice with individuals and couples.
Doctorate in Psychotherapy (PAC Code: DCD13)
A four-year part-time programme aimed at senior psychotherapy practitioners who are interested in developing their psychotherapy practice, supervision and research skills and knowledge.
Professional Diploma in Clinical Supervision (PAC Code: DC768)
A one-year part-time programme providing training in the dominant theoretical approaches, conceptual models and modes of clinical supervision.
1st EAP Conference on Refugees
- Date: 17th – 18th October 2020
- Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
- Place: Pristina, Kosovo
Topics of Conference
- Trauma of refugees
- Turnout and supervision for care givers
- Refugees issue and governmental support
- Living with the uncertainty of having a chance to stay or having to go back
Registration Fees / Cost
- Eastern countries*: €60
- Western countries: €100
- Early Bird 20% by July 30, 2020
- EAP Head Office
- Tel: +43 699 15 12 52 97 (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9am – 2pm)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 5th Irish National Eating Disorders Conference
Date: Friday February 28th, 2020
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Place: Art Deco Trinity Gas Building, 24 D’Olier Street, Dublin 2.
This clinical conference is aimed primarily at health care professionals interested in eating disorders, though anyone affected by an eating disorder is welcome to attend. In addition to the conference itself, there will be a separate, concurrent session in the afternoon for those affected by an eating disorder.
€110 (includes lunch) or €100 (without lunch)
Student/unwaged €90 (includes lunch) or €80 (without lunch)
Afternoon session only (for those affected by an eating disorder) €40
Places are limited for this conference and early booking is advised.
“PPRR” a map for creating a reflexive PPRRactice
Overcoming Problems – Creating Possibilities
Wrestling with Restraints and Embracing Resources
2-day workshop with
Contemporary approaches have brought a ‘breath of fresh air’ into the systemic field through creating forward looking practices, de-emphasizing problems and restraints, whilst emphasizing resources and possibilities.
I created a PPRRactice map which, when combined with self and relational reflexivity (Burnham 1993 and 2005) can be used to create a workable fit between client and therapist, or therapist and supervisor. It becomes possible to plot a unique pathway from ‘problem to possibility’ for each client/supervisee when they are seeking to ‘wrestle with what restrains them’ and ‘embrace the resources that can sustain them’ along this pathway.
Friday 7th February 2020
Saturday 8th February 2020
10.00a.m – 4.00.p.m
5 CPD points apply to each workshop
Click on links below for further information:
Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland
Further to previous correspondence, ICP would like to clarify and confirm that Registrants’ Day was cancelled and will not take place this Saturday February 1st, 2020.
We will advise you of any new arrangements in due course.
The Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI) are delighted to invite you to the seminar ‘The Clinic of Excess‘.
Date: Saturday 7th March
Time: 9am – 1pm
Place: Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin 2
Price: €16.87 – €48.90
Booking via EventBrite www.eventbrite.ie/e/a-clinic-of-excess-tickets-85796364235
This half day seminar comprises a key note address by Dominico Cosenza followed by a panel discussion of clinical cases. The seminar will examine the issue of ‘excess’ in its various manifestations – including that of food, alcohol, drugs for example. It will reflect on our consumer society where the demand is to buy, buy, buy and consume, consume, consume – all with the promise of a utopian level of enjoyment.
*Be Well Physio* have two lovely spaces available in their clinic for practicing psychotherapists – one consultation room *and* a larger consultation room / studio. It is wheelchair accessible, with a bathroom *and* waiting room space, ample parking *and* flexible options are available. It’s a lovely, bright open space in a ground floor clinic on Ballymun Road, Dublin 9. Contact Details are below if interested:
Clinical Director (Be Well Physio)
MSc BSc Dip MISCP CPSEM
Irish Council for Psychotherapy
29 Upper Mount Street
Dublin D02 K003
Tel: 01 9058698