IAHIP Office Update – Level 5 Restrictions- 21st October

Dear Members

Due to the latest Government guidelines, our IAHIP office is currently closed and the staff will be working from home.

All applications received before the Government guidelines came into place have been documented and will be dealt with by the relevant Committees, as the guidelines allow.

To reach us, please email one of the following email addresses and we will gladly assist you. Kindly note that it is sufficient to email only one of the addresses.

admin@nulliahip.org

manager@nulliahip.org

Yours Sincerely

IAHIP Administration

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IAHIP member guidelines in relation to Covid-19 for 5th October 2020 – 1st September 2021

IAHIP COMMUNICATION TO MEMBERS

IAHIP member guidelines in relation to Covid-19 for 5th October 2020 – 1st September 2021

The following guidelines apply to the specified period above only. There will be a regular review of these guidelines due to the changing nature of the Covid-19 pandemic. The governing body of IAHIP reserve the right to adjust the guidelines at any time.

It is a given that appropriate training is undertaken by members and students working remotely and that all members work to their personal proficiencies and IAHIP ethical guidelines. Existing IAHIP standards apply in addition to these guidelines e.g. 50-60 minute session, specific needs for working with under 18’s, etc. Separate logs must be maintained to identify face-to-face and video/phone sessions separately during training, pre-accreditation phase and for re-accreditation purposes.

ACCREDITED MEMBERS.

  • Fully accredited members are sanctioned to work remotely (Video and phone only) and remote clinical practice hours will be recognised for re-accreditation purposes
  • On-line CPD training courses will be recognised for re-accreditation purposes.
  • Remote personal and group therapy hours submitted will be recognised for re-accreditation purposes.
  • Remote supervision hours submitted will be recognised for re-accreditation purposes.

PRE-ACCREDITED ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

  • Pre-accredited associate members are sanctioned to work remotely (Video and phone only) and remote clinical practice hours will be recognised for accreditation up to a maximum of 125 hours
  • On-line CPD training courses will be recognised for accreditation purposes.
  • Remote personal and group therapy hours submitted will be recognised for accreditation purposes.
  • Remote supervision hours submitted will be recognised for accreditation purposes.
  • Any shortfall in clinical practice hours from Phase 1 will require supervision at a ratio of 1: 4 to reach a minimum of 200 hours.

4th YEAR STUDENT MEMBERS

The Landscape Of Fear, A Clinical Perspective Presented By IFPP

Part 2 – ‘Fearing The Imposter – The Actor, The Analyst And The Other’ With Clive Brassington

Date: Saturday October 24th, 2020

Time: 10am – 12pm

Delivery: Online Interactive Webinar

Suitable For: Supervisors

Modules: 1

CPD Hours: 2

Price: €30

Website: IFPP

 

*This seminar is open to all registered psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, counsellors, and psychologists.

 

South East Regional Meeting on Saturday, 10th October 2020

South East Regional Group

The South East Regional Group is holding a meeting to discuss the upcoming EGM.

Due to the COVID–19 restrictions currently in place, this meeting will be held via Zoom, details as follows:

Date: Saturday 10th October 2020

Time: 11.00am

All members are welcome to attend.

To join the meeting please register by sending your email address and mobile phone number to Finbarr at finbarr.odonoghue61@nullgmail.com

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Seminar – A Clinic of Excess (APPI)

  • Date: Saturday 10th October 2020
  • Time: 10am – 12pm IST
  • Location: Online Event
  • Cost: €16.87 – €32.88

The Association for Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy in Ireland Ltd (APPI) presents A Clinic of Excess: Contemporary Symptoms and the Analytical Orientation towards the Real

Key Note Address: Domenico Cosenza

Schedule

  • 9.45 am – Zoom opens
  • 10.00 am – Address by Domenico Cosenza
  • This event will be chaired by Marie Walshe. It will include a panel discussion with Tom Conlon, Cristina Valentini and Cristine Seixas. There will be an opportunity for audience participation in the Q & A
  • Who should attend: This event is open to anyone interested in this important topic.

Tickets via Eventbrite

The Landscape Of Fear – A Clinical Perspective (Autumn Clinical Series)

The Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (IFPP) are pleased to present The Landscape of Fear; A Clinical Perspective. This series will take place on September 19th; October 24th and November 21st from 10am to 12pm. Julie Brown, Clive Brassington and John O’Connor will be the respected speakers.

Date: September 19th; October 24th; November 21st

Time: 10am – 12pm

Medium: Online Interactive Webinar

Tickets: Tickets are available from Therapy Academy at €30 per seminar.

Online Event Series

Part One: Fear of Intimacy and the Retreat to the Virtual World with Julie Brown

Date: Saturday September 19th, 2020

Time: 10am – 12pm

Medium: Online Interactive Webinar

Part Two: Fearing The Imposter – The Actor, The Analyst and The Other’ with Clive Brassington

Date: Saturday October 24th, 2020

Time: 10am – 12pm

Medium: Online Interactive Webinar

Part Three: Malign Omnipotence and the Obsessional Thought with John O’Connor

Date: Saturday November 21st, 2020

Time: 10am – 12pm

Medium: Online Interactive Webinar

Announcement

Dear Members,

Following the upholding of two complaints against him, the membership of Mr. Joseph Coughlan in IAHIP has been suspended indefinitely.

Caroline Smith
Chair – Ethics Committee

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COVID-19 Working Group

Dear Members

Over recent months we have all been rapidly adjusting to the Covid-19 pandemic, and we are very aware that Accredited members, Pre-Accredited members and Student members have been working through a wide range of concerns and difficulties, both personally and professionally. It has been an anxious, frightening time, and financially precarious for many.

Now we are moving into a period of re-opening, tentatively heading back into face to face work and additional concerns are rising up to meet us. Members are looking for guidance not only about working online, but now also about the transition, that is already underway, back to safe practice in face to face work.

The Governing Body has set up a Covid-19 working group, made up of GB members and other IAHIP Committee members, to respond to questions and bring clarity and guidance as much as possible in this unprecedented time. The office has received many different Covid-19 queries over a wide area of concern, and we have been working on these through the summer. We have also been in contact with accredited and non-accredited training courses so we can address concerns and queries coming in from student members. The working group is preparing practical recommendations to the Governing Body for working in the new phase of the pandemic.

As you can appreciate it is a challenging and complicated task! None of us have had to navigate this before, and there are important balances to be found in all areas, between valuable new working practices on one hand and ensuring quality of work and good ethical standards for clients and students on the other.

The Governing Body will be ready to give more guidance for the therapists, supervisors, students and trainings in early September, not only addressing the working implications over recent months, …read more

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Therapy Rooms to Rent

Beautiful Consulting Rooms at Oscailt Integrative Health Centre

Situated in the heart of Dublin 4, Oscailt is home to a variety of integrative health practitioners dedicated to serving both the local and wider community.  We have a variety of large group rooms and smaller consulting rooms available.  Many of the rooms are furnished with plinths which make them very suitable for various forms of body work.

We offer rooms on a one-off hourly basis and block bookings on a more regular basis.   For practitioners wishing to locate their practice at Oscailt we also offer the opportunity to be represented on our website for a small fee.

Oscailt has all the amenities associated with a professional centre including kitchen facilities, bathrooms and a waiting area.  We also have a full-time Manager who oversees the smooth running of the centre.

If you are a qualified therapist wishing to be part of a dynamic community of integrative health practitioners and would like a beautiful space to locate your practice, come and have a look at what we offer.

Oscailt Room Hire

For more information, please contact Jan between Monday to Thursday on:

Tel:  01 6603872

Email:info@nulloscailt.com

IAHIP Covid-19 Working Group

COVID-19 Working Group

Dear Members

Over recent months we have all been rapidly adjusting to the Covid-19 pandemic, and we are very aware that Fully Accredited members, Pre-Accredited members, and Student members have been working through a wide range of concerns and difficulties, both personally and professionally. It has been an anxious, frightening time, and financially precarious for many.

Now we are moving into a period of re-opening, tentatively heading back into face to face work and additional concerns are rising up to meet us. Members are looking for guidance not only about working online, but now also about the transition, that is already underway, back to safe practice in face to face work.

The Governing Body has set up a Covid-19 working group, made up of GB members and other IAHIP committee members, to respond to questions and bring clarity and guidance as much as possible in this unprecedented time. The office has received many different Covid-19 queries over a wide area of concern, and we have been working on these through the summer. We have also been in contact with accredited and non-accredited training courses so we can address concerns and queries coming in from student members. The working group is preparing practical recommendations to the Governing Body for working in the new phase of the pandemic.

As you can appreciate it is a challenging and complicated task! None of us have had to navigate this before, and there are important balances to be found in all areas, between valuable new working practices on one hand and ensuring quality of work and good ethical standards for clients and students on the other.

The Governing Body will be ready to give more guidance for therapists, supervisors, students and trainings in early September, not only addressing the working implications over recent months, but also …read more

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