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Inside Out Survey

Dear students, associates and members

We would like to thank everyone who has participated in the Inside Out survey. To date, we have received a large number of responses, which have been very encouraging and full of creative and innovative ideas. The results of this survey are critical in determining the future shape and life of the journal, so we would urge those of you who have yet to fill it out to do so as soon as possible. The survey will remain open until Monday 26th of March, allowing us time to analyse the data and present it to you in the next edition of Inside Out.

Below is a link to the survey, which should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5WY2ZXL

Many Thanks

Diane McDonald
IAHIP Editorial Board

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Original post: Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy

M.Sc. Systemic Psychotherapy

UCD

School of Medicine and Medical Science

M.Sc. Systemic Psychotherapy

The UCD Family Therapy Training Programme now invites applications for

Year 1 of its 4 Year Part-time

M.Sc. in Systemic Psychotherapy.

The programme will commence in September 2018.

Closing date for Applications:

27th April 2018

Further Information:

Contact: Ciara Reddy

Email: creddy@nullmater.ie

Apply on line at www.ucd.ie/apply

Shortlisted candidates will be called for interview

Ad for Mater UCD MSc Systemic Psychotherapy 2018

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Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland

Cancellation of FTAI Annual General Meeting 3rd March 2018

Please note that the FTAI Annual General Meeting, due to take place in Wynns Hotel, Dublin on the 3rd March, has been cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.

Apologies for any inconvenience.

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Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland

IAHIP 2018 AGM

NOTICE OF AN ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

IRISH ASSOCIATION OF HUMANISTIC AND INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY LIMITED
A COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE

Our 2018 AGM will be held at the Menlo Park Hotel, Galway on

Saturday 3rd March 2018 at 11.00am
Social Evening on Friday Evening 2nd March with wine and cheese, from 7.30pm

Book your attendance for both events on Eventbrite: Eventbrite Event

Apologies to: admin@nulliahip.org

Special Delegate rate available at the hotel for Friday March 2nd on a first come basis.

Notify us of your attendance here

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Original post: Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy

Film Event: Pioneers of Group Analysis

ICP wishes its IGAS registrants every success in the upcoming film event ‘Pioneers of Group Analysis’

Group Analysis Film 10Feb18

Student Counsellor – Permanent

Reporting to
The Academic Administration and Student Affairs Manager
The Job
The Student Counsellor offers a specialist professional service on a confidential basis to
individual students who are experiencing personal difficulties which may be affecting
their work. In addition, the Student Counsellor will play a key role in helping students
with their academic progress and personal/social development through group
counselling, seminars and workshops. The Student Counsellor will develop and maintain
close links with other student support services in the Institute, will participate in
multidisciplinary case management meetings, and will advise on further sources of help
within the community. The range of duties assigned to the Student Counsellor may vary
from time to time.
Main duties
 To provide individual counselling to students with emotional, psychological,
academic or personal development needs.
 To provide psychological assessment and intervention.
 To maintain case records and statistical data as required by the Institute, including
usage statistics, as well as annual and periodic reports.
 To provide group counselling to students with a view to helping their academic
progress and personal/social development.
 To design and deliver regularly scheduled seminars/workshops on life skills/personal
development, stress management, substance abuse etc.
 To organize and run, in collaboration with other appropriate staff, workshops or
groups on study skills, presentation skills, examinations’ techniques, etc.
 To be involved in the preparation and provision of special training/information
seminars for staff
 To collaborate with staff in the design and provision of special programmes/projects,
for example, induction, peer mentoring, etc.
 To support and provide training to student groups such as Student Union Officers
 To lead the evaluation, consumer satisfaction and research relating to the Student
Counselling Service
 To liaise with and make referrals (as appropriate) to academic, administrative and
support services staff within the Institute
 To make a regularly updated calendar available to student support staff, for the
purposes of indicating availability for appointments
 To participate in multidisciplinary case management meetings for complex student
cases where multiple stakeholders are involved
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Original post: Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy

Student Counsellor – Permanent

Reporting to
The Academic Administration and Student Affairs Manager
The Job
The Student Counsellor offers a specialist professional service on a confidential basis to
individual students who are experiencing personal difficulties which may be affecting
their work. In addition, the Student Counsellor will play a key role in helping students
with their academic progress and personal/social development through group
counselling, seminars and workshops. The Student Counsellor will develop and maintain
close links with other student support services in the Institute, will participate in
multidisciplinary case management meetings, and will advise on further sources of help
within the community. The range of duties assigned to the Student Counsellor may vary
from time to time.
Main duties
 To provide individual counselling to students with emotional, psychological,
academic or personal development needs.
 To provide psychological assessment and intervention.
 To maintain case records and statistical data as required by the Institute, including
usage statistics, as well as annual and periodic reports.
 To provide group counselling to students with a view to helping their academic
progress and personal/social development.
 To design and deliver regularly scheduled seminars/workshops on life skills/personal
development, stress management, substance abuse etc.
 To organize and run, in collaboration with other appropriate staff, workshops or
groups on study skills, presentation skills, examinations’ techniques, etc.
 To be involved in the preparation and provision of special training/information
seminars for staff
 To collaborate with staff in the design and provision of special programmes/projects,
for example, induction, peer mentoring, etc.
 To support and provide training to student groups such as Student Union Officers
 To lead the evaluation, consumer satisfaction and research relating to the Student
Counselling Service
 To liaise with and make referrals (as appropriate) to academic, administrative and
support services staff within the Institute
 To make a regularly updated calendar available to student support staff, for the
purposes of indicating availability for appointments
 To participate in multidisciplinary case management meetings for complex student
cases where multiple stakeholders are involved
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Original post: Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy

IAHIP Workshop Series – Recovery from Trauma

Workshop 7 – Recovery from Trauma -Jim Fitzgibbon –
Sunday November 26th 10am – 4.30pm
Limited Number of Spaces still available
Book your place now

This workshop will be a collaborative, educative and experiential workshop for psychotherapists.
My workshop on recovery from trauma is designed for experienced psychotherapists however whatever your experience we will have commonality in that we all survived at least one trauma namely receiving birth.

Consciously forming ground as a way of being in a relational experience will be at the core of this group experience.
Many members will be interested in an integrative relational written exercise re exploration of grieving that I learnt from Gianni Francesetti in 2010 and I’ve many times used it successfully. It’s an excellent key to unlocking deadness recovery from trauma.

On my own background for more than 7 years I am member of a supervision group and a personal development group both facilitated by the experienced psychotherapist Rob Tyson of the Manchester Gestalt Institute.
I am learning we all have unique experience and by gathering in a safe place this difference is of immense value to one another and to our clients.
In this workshop I will invite the group to focus on what we do know cognitively and theoretically about the subject. When we form as a working group, our own experiences of recovery and of our clients may emerge, in the present.

The use of creative technique of art may be possible so please bring art materials of your choice.

My intention is the exposition of my relational in the here and now approach, supported by the theoretical approach by James Kepner in his books particularly Healing Tasks (1996) and Body Process (1987) and Miriam Taylor’s Trauma Therapy (2014) and Zoe Londricks paper What Every Trauma Worker Should Know (2006). …read more

Original post: Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy

How to lose your clinical balance, while holding on to your therapeutic bearings, and other ideas on working therapeutically with a ‘treatment resistant’ client diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder by Don Boardman

How to lose your clinical balance, while holding on to your therapeutic bearings, and other ideas on working therapeutically with a ‘treatment resistant’ client diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder

by Don Boardman

Click below for full article

Don Boardman Article

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Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland