Rooms to let for accredited counsellors / psychotherapists

Dublin Counselling & Therapy Centre

41 Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin 1

 ●   Rooms to Let   ●

 for accredited counsellors / psychotherapists

 in a long-established Counselling and Psychotherapy Centre (founded 1990) near to the City Centre.

Spacious rooms, reasonable rates and possibility of referrals

 For further information contact Paul O’Donoghue

tel. 01 8788236       e-mail: info@nulldctc.ie

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Advanced Mindfulness Courses

Autumn Mindfulness workshops at Oscailt:

Advanced Mindfulness Courses

Mindfulness and Beyond

 Mindfulness is rooted in a particular psychological matrix which is compatible with although different from our western psychological models.  This course will explore the psychology of mindfulness placing it within the context of Buddhist psychology and comparing it with our own psychological models.   During the course we will examine and discuss:

 

  • 1.          The Anatomy of Mindfulness
  • 2.        The ‘self’ from the perspective of mindfulness
  • 3.        Eastern and Western approaches to well/ill being
  • 4.       The unconscious from Eastern and Western perspectives
  • 5.        The 7 factors that support mindfulness
  • 6.       The 5 factors that hinder the cultivation of mindfulness.
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     Four Foundations of Mindfulness (Satipatthána Sutta)

    All mindfulness trainings, including MBSR and MBCT, are based on the Satipatthána Sutta. This sutta (text) is recognised by all schools of Buddhism as the most fundamental and comprehensive teaching on the practice of mindfulness. It outlines the four places – body, feelings, mind and objects of mind – where mindfulness is cultivated.  During the course we will explore this text and engage in some of the practices outlined to deepen our understanding of mindfulness.

     

    The above courses will be run between September and December 2013.  Please check our website for more details.

     

    These courses will be facilitated by Mary O’Callaghan IAHIP EAP.  As well as being an experienced mindfulness trainer, Mary is an accredited psychotherapist and supervisor.  She has an MA in Jungian Studies. Before becoming a psychotherapist she lived as a buddhist nun and underwent intensive training in buddhist psychology and meditation practices.  She is now committed to integrating mindfulness practices into everyday life.

    Residential Retreat:  Mindfulness of the Body  

    This retreat, led by Mary O’Callaghan, will take place on Cape Clear Island between 20th and 23rd Sept 2013.  (For information on this retreat check our website.)

     

    Oscailt, 8 Pembroke Road, Dublin 4     (01) 660 3872

    www.oscailt.com 

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    Exploring and Owning Your Power and Authority

    Galway Psychotherapy & Consulting

    Annual Summer Experiential Workshop

    Exploring and Owning Your

    Power and Authority

    Thursday, 27th June, 2013, to Saturday 29th June, 2013.

    Mike O’Halloran and Evelyn P. Gilmore

    The workshop provides an opportunity for psychotherapists, counsellors, psychologists, educators, managers, health care professionals, and allied professionals, to enhance their awareness of their own power and authority.  In addition, as participants gain greater awareness of these aspects of themselves, they will gain greater insight as to how to help their clients explore and own their own power and authority. Many individuals do not fully own their own powerfulness and project it onto others: friends, partners, siblings, colleagues; or onto organisations, and experience themselves as relatively powerless in interpersonal or organisational life.  In addition, individuals who may be formally qualified as professionals, or who may be formally appointed to roles with authority, experience difficulty exercising their authority, due to internal feelings of powerlessness.

    The ‘internal world’ of the person is fundamental to how he or she experiences and uses power and authority.  This, in turn, is largely a function of the person’s relationships with past authority figures such as parents and teachers.  Self-doubt, can lead to the person never being able to fully experience his or her powerfulness, whilst it’s opposite, an inflated self-image, can lead to authoritarianism. When individuals explore their relationship with power and authority, they can experience much greater aliveness and energy, an expanded sense of personality, and greater choice in life.

    During the three days, participants will be provided with an opportunity to explore the following:

    • Exploring and Owning Your Power and Authority
    • Past experiences and Internalised Images that You Hold
    • Enhancing Your Own Sense of Internal Power
    • Sexuality, Gender, and Power
    • Enhancing Awareness of Beliefs and Feelings about Power
    • Doubting yourself and it’s impact on Powerfulness
    • Gaining greater awareness of how you Project Power onto Others
    • Working with the Body
    • Exploring the Power of Powerlessness
    • Exploring the Fear of our Power
    • Gaining greater aliveness, excitement and being afforded greater choice in life

    Style of the Workshop

    The learning over the three days is highly experiential with a focus on participant’s process and experience. We will use Gestalt work, Biodynamic work, attention to Dreams, and small and large Group Process. The work will include Music, Movement, Dance, Drawing, and Guided Visualisation to bring into the present aspects of the participant’s relationship to Power that are normally outside awareness.

    Mike O’Halloran, M.A., B.A., E.C.P., M.I.A.H.A.P., M.I.A.C.P.

    Mike is a Gestalt Psychotherapist and Trainer who has been involved in the training of Counsellors and Psychotherapists since 1990.  Some of his trainings and workshops include “Gestalt Psychotherapy Intensive” and “Existentialist Psychotherapy Intensive.”  Mike has previously facilitated workshops for professionals with Evelyn on “Sexuality, the Body, and Body Image”, and “Exploring and Owning the Shadow”.

    Evelyn P. Gilmore, B.A., M.Sc., Reg. Psychol., Ps.S.I., M.I.A.H.I.P.

    Evelyn is a Consultant Psychologist and a Biodynamic & Integrative Psychotherapist. She has an Honours Degree in Psychology from N.U.I.G., a Masters in Psychology from DCU, and a Diploma in Biodynamic & Integrative Psychotherapy. She has facilitated trainings for professionals in Group Facilitation, Body Image and Food Issues.   Evelyn has previously facilitated workshops for professionals with Mike on “Sexuality, the Body, and Body Image”, and “Exploring and Owning the Shadow”.

    Workshop Details/Reservation Details

    The workshop will be held in the Croi Nua Spirituality Centre, Rosary Lane, Taylor’s Hill, Galway, and will run from 9.30am to 5pm., each day. The total cost of the workshop is €390.  If you would like to reserve a place on the Workshop, please complete the attached booking form and forward it, with a non-refundable deposit of €200 to Galway Psychotherapy & Consulting, 1 Devon Place, The Crescent, Galway. Telephone 091-861638 or 086-8391756.

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    Please reserve a place for me on the “Exploring and Owning Your Power and Authority” Workshop. I enclose a booking deposit of €200

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    POST BOOKING FORM TO: GALWAY PSYCHOTHERAPY & CONSULTING,

    1 DEVON PLACE, THE CRESCENT, GALWAY

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    Working with Gender and Sexual Diversity

    A workshop is taking place on Saturday June 22nd in the Sheldon Park Hotel, Kylemore Road, Dublin 12 for counsellors and psychotherapists working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender clients or anyone who would like to improve their understanding of working with Gender and Sexual Diversity.

    This training is being given by Dominic Davies FBACP of Pink Therapy www.pinktherapy.co.uk.

    This one day workshop will explore contemporary perspectives on working with gender and sexual identities, an area which has generally not been included in the training for most therapists, and yet gender and sexual minority clients are over represented in the therapy populations and research shows, have poorer mental health and higher substance abuse issues than the majority population. This is believed to be due to minority stress and not indicative of any underlying psychopathology.

    This workshop will explore the social context for gender and sexual minorities and look at some of the key tenets of gender and sexual diversity therapy and how these can be integrated into the current theoretical models of the participants and explore some things to bear in mind in working with non-monogamies and same sex relationships.

    For further information visit http://www.oakleafcounselling.com/workshop-with-dominic-davies.html
    The cost of this workshop is €100 for the day.

    Brochure: Working With Gender and Sexual Diversities

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    Trish Murphy, Chair FTAI, responds to question about relationships – Irish Times 6th March 2013

    KATE HOLMQUIST – Irish Times Wednesday, 6th March 2013

    Q My widowed father has been in a very happy long-term relationship but is now uncertain about continuing with it and wants to break up.
    My siblings, who live abroad, have always encouraged this relationship, as it assuages their consciences about not visiting often enough and the burden of care falling with me.
    At the moment he is well and independent, but they like him having a companion to be there to prevent loneliness and to be there in a crisis. But I feel that he should make whatever choice he
    Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland

    Boys as young as nine struggling to cope with “tsunami of porn”

    Lynne Kelleher – Independent.ie 6th March 2013
    Children are viewing online pornography at just nine or 10
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    Grown-up sleepovers: Kate Holmquist Irish Times. Terence Herron FTAI, responds to the question

    Grown-up ‘sleepovers’

    Tell Me About It – Kate Holmquist answers your questions

    Tue, Mar 26, 2013, 00:00 – Irish Times
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    Diploma Training Programme in Supervision

    Dublin Counselling & Therapy Centre

    41 Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin 1

    DIPLOMA TRAINING PROGRAMME IN SUPERVISION

    This long-established Diploma course is open again to accredited psychotherapists and counsellors who have at least 5 years clinical experience and who are working, or beginning to work, as supervisors of psychotherapists or counsellors, and who wish to receive accreditation as supervisors.

    The course provides participants with a comprehensive and systematic approach to the theory and practice of supervision. It will be run over a twelve month period beginning in April 2013, and will provide participants with more than 100 hours of training.

    Course tutors: Maeve Lewis, Mary Hilliard & Brían Howlett

    For application form or further information, contact the Centre at the above address or phone

    01 8788236 or e-mail: info@nulldctc.ie

    As course places are limited, early application is advised.

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