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09 Dec 2017 09:00 : Working Psychoanalytically with Children and Adolescents

One Day Symposium

Description

Bringing together psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists of different theoretical orientations and affiliations working with children and adolescents in Ireland, this one-day symposium aims to create the opportunity for several important discussions and exchanges to take place which are both topical and relevant to psychoanalytically informed clinical practice with children. The symposium will also create a space for practitioners to get to know each other’s work and meet with others in this field. Arranged in three core panels, the work with children and adolescents will be examined and discussed across a range of themes. Each panel will be organised roundtable style with 4-6 presenters each speaking on a particular aspect of the theme, followed by a chaired discussion and participation from the floor.

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02 Dec 2017 10:00 : How it is: On the humanistic practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

IFPP Clinical Series: September to December 2017

with

Ian Miller, PhD

HOW IT IS:

On the humanistic practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

This series of clinical workshops is conceived as a study group, a unique and bespoke professional development opportunity for certified therapists of all ICP orientations to deepen their clinical practice. The workshops will explore what it is to be a psychotherapist, reflecting the continuing orientation of Humanism within contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and will directly address the daily work of clinical practitioners.

The series will convene over five 2.5 hour Saturday morning sessions. Each session will feature a theoretical paper, drawn from the top 10 contemporary publications available on the PEP website (to be circulated in advance). This will be followed by a discussion of clinical applications of the core ideas of the paper, taking working examples/narratives from the field of literature.

Dates:

2 September 2017

7 October 2017

28 October 2017

18 November 2017

2 December 2017

Time: 10.00a.m. – 12.30p.m.

Venue: The Carmelite Centre, Aungier St, Dublin 2

Cost: Student €120

Early Bird (before August 4th) €150

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18 Nov 2017 10:00 : How it is: On the humanistic practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

IFPP Clinical Series: September to December 2017

with

Ian Miller, PhD

HOW IT IS:

On the humanistic practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

This series of clinical workshops is conceived as a study group, a unique and bespoke professional development opportunity for certified therapists of all ICP orientations to deepen their clinical practice. The workshops will explore what it is to be a psychotherapist, reflecting the continuing orientation of Humanism within contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and will directly address the daily work of clinical practitioners.

The series will convene over five 2.5 hour Saturday morning sessions. Each session will feature a theoretical paper, drawn from the top 10 contemporary publications available on the PEP website (to be circulated in advance). This will be followed by a discussion of clinical applications of the core ideas of the paper, taking working examples/narratives from the field of literature.

Dates:

2 September 2017

7 October 2017

28 October 2017

18 November 2017

2 December 2017

Time: 10.00a.m. – 12.30p.m.

Venue: The Carmelite Centre, Aungier St, Dublin 2

Cost: Student €120

Early Bird (before August 4th) €150

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28 Oct 2017 10:00 : How it is: On the humanistic practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

IFPP Clinical Series: September to December 2017

with

Ian Miller, PhD

HOW IT IS:

On the humanistic practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

This series of clinical workshops is conceived as a study group, a unique and bespoke professional development opportunity for certified therapists of all ICP orientations to deepen their clinical practice. The workshops will explore what it is to be a psychotherapist, reflecting the continuing orientation of Humanism within contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and will directly address the daily work of clinical practitioners.

The series will convene over five 2.5 hour Saturday morning sessions. Each session will feature a theoretical paper, drawn from the top 10 contemporary publications available on the PEP website (to be circulated in advance). This will be followed by a discussion of clinical applications of the core ideas of the paper, taking working examples/narratives from the field of literature.

Dates:

2 September 2017

7 October 2017

28 October 2017

18 November 2017

2 December 2017

Time: 10.00a.m. – 12.30p.m.

Venue: The Carmelite Centre, Aungier St, Dublin 2

Cost: Student €120

Early Bird (before August 4th) €150

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07 Oct 2017 10:00 : How it is: On the humanistic practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

IFPP Clinical Series: September to December 2017

with

Ian Miller, PhD

HOW IT IS:

On the humanistic practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

This series of clinical workshops is conceived as a study group, a unique and bespoke professional development opportunity for certified therapists of all ICP orientations to deepen their clinical practice. The workshops will explore what it is to be a psychotherapist, reflecting the continuing orientation of Humanism within contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and will directly address the daily work of clinical practitioners.

The series will convene over five 2.5 hour Saturday morning sessions. Each session will feature a theoretical paper, drawn from the top 10 contemporary publications available on the PEP website (to be circulated in advance). This will be followed by a discussion of clinical applications of the core ideas of the paper, taking working examples/narratives from the field of literature.

Dates:

2 September 2017

7 October 2017

28 October 2017

18 November 2017

2 December 2017

Time: 10.00a.m. – 12.30p.m.

Venue: The Carmelite Centre, Aungier St, Dublin 2

Cost: Student €120

Early Bird (before August 4th) €150

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Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

02 Sep 2017 10:00 : How it is: On the humanistic practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

IFPP Clinical Series: September to December 2017

with

Ian Miller, PhD

HOW IT IS:

On the humanistic practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

This series of clinical workshops is conceived as a study group, a unique and bespoke professional development opportunity for certified therapists of all ICP orientations to deepen their clinical practice. The workshops will explore what it is to be a psychotherapist, reflecting the continuing orientation of Humanism within contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and will directly address the daily work of clinical practitioners.

The series will convene over five 2.5 hour Saturday morning sessions. Each session will feature a theoretical paper, drawn from the top 10 contemporary publications available on the PEP website (to be circulated in advance). This will be followed by a discussion of clinical applications of the core ideas of the paper, taking working examples/narratives from the field of literature.

Dates:

2 September 2017

7 October 2017

28 October 2017

18 November 2017

2 December 2017

Time: 10.00a.m. – 12.30p.m.

Venue: The Carmelite Centre, Aungier St, Dublin 2

Cost: Student €120

Early Bird (before August 4th) €150

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17 Jun 2017 09:30 : Children’s Literature, Building Resilience

Parental Pathways, in partnership with Children’s Books Ireland,

present their inaugural conference:

Children’s Literature, Building Resilience

Saturday, 17th June 2017

The National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

A non-profit conference promoting childhood mental health in an exciting coming together of two disciplines – the literary and the therapeutic.

Celebrating the imaginative impact children’s literature plays in building a child’s resilience.

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21 Oct 2017 08:00 : Psychoanalysis and Sexuality Today

PSYCHOANALYSIS & SEXUALITY TODAY CLINICAL CONFERENCE

Irish Museum of Modern Art & History, Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7

Saturday 21 October 2017 at 9 am-5.15 pm

This clinical conference considers a range of issues relating to sexuality, as it exists in our consulting rooms today, from a clinical psychoanalytic perspective. The conference brings together clinical practitioners of psychoanalysis from a number of different traditions (Freudian, Kleinian, Lacanian, Jungian, Relational), who work in a range of settings (private practices, public services, training organisations), and in a variety of ways (with adults and/or children and adolescents, individuals, couples and groups). Speakers come from all the clinical psychoanalytic organisations operating in the South and North of Ireland: the Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (IFPP), the Association for Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI), the Irish Analytical Psychology Association (IAPA), the Irish Forum for Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (IFCAPP), the Irish Group Analytic Society (IGAS), the Northern Ireland Institute for Human Relations (NIIHR), the Irish Psycho-Analytic Association (IPAA), the Irish School for Lacanian Psychoanalysis (ISLP), the Irish Circle of the Lacanian Orientation-New Lacanian School (ICLO-NLS), the Northern Ireland Association for the Study of Psychoanalysis (NIASP), and the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC), and from a number of different traditions of psychoanalysis: Julie Brown, Gráinne Casey, José Castilho, Barbara Fitzgerald, Noreen Giffney, Belinda Moller, Ian Miller, Ann Murphy, Pauline O’Callaghan, Barry O’Donnell, Ray O’Neill, Medb Ruane, Florencia Shanahan, David Smith, Julie Sutton, Eve Watson and Rob Weatherill. Many of the speakers also work as clinical supervisors and are involved in the training and further professional development training of practitioners working in the field of clinical psychoanalysis.

This conference is organised by Noreen Giffney (IFPP and Psychoanalytic Section, ICP) and Eve Watson (APPI and Psychoanalytic Section, ICP). We expect the conference to book out so early …read more

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25 Mar 2017 09:00 : All Babies Count: Why Babyhood Matters

PSYCHOANALYTIC SECTION OF THE ICP LIMITED

presents

The Squiggle Foundation

and NSPCC

All Babies Count:

Why Babyhood Matters

A day of discussion focused around an acclaimed five-part series of short documentaries “Breakdown or Breakthrough? Pregnancy, birth and the first eighteen months of life”, led by Dr Amanda Jones and Angela Joyce (director Amy Rose). The documentaries explore the effects of perinatal breakdowns on babies, parents and the professionals who work with them (including midwives, social workers, health visitors, mental health professionals).

Saturday 25th March 2017 09.30 – 16.30 pm

Venue: TBA, Dublin

Highlighting the crucial issue of perinatal mental illness the NSPCC’s All Babies Count campaign underlines the need for improved and earlier support for parents. It calls for the mental health of mothers and babies to be given the same priority as their physical health. The campaign report suggested that every year in the UK up to 200,000 babies under a year old are living in households in which substance misuse, domestic violence and mental illness are real problems. With research suggesting that up to twenty per cent of parents become emotionally unwell during the perinatal period, with an inevitable impact upon the emotional, neurological and cognitive development of the baby, the question of how to help such parents and their babies is a pressing public health concern.

This NSPCC-sponsored series of films, made by Dr Amanda Jones and Amy Rose, aims to help practitioners of all kinds working with vulnerable family members explore the salient themes from a psychodynamic perspective.

The five documentaries will be screened over the course of the day. Angela Joyce (training and supervising [psychoanalyst, Institute of Psychoanalysis, London) will chair the day, with Dr Amanda Jones (strategic & clinical lead, consultant perinatal psychotherapist, NELFT NHS Foundation Trust, Perinatal Parent Infant Mental Health Service) giving …read more

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