These are posts that have been republished from websites run by the member organizations of ICP, as well as other posts related to psychotherapy in Ireland.

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Gottman Method Couples Therapy Training

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

www.eastbayrelationshipcenter.com

All levels will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk. See our website for more information.

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Original post: Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy

3-Day Couples Therapy Training Workshop

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.

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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:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/lljra7v9zafa7s0/2019%20Couples%20Film%20Flyer%20.pdf?dl=0

Resnick interview in British Gestalt Journal: https://bit.ly/2BQEzu2

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Original post: Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy

“PPRR” a map for creating a relexive PPRRactice with John Burnham

“PPRR” a map for creating a reflexive PPRRactice
Overcoming Problems – Creating Possibilities
through ……
Wrestling with Restraints and Embracing Resources

2-day workshop with
JOHN BURNHAM

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
and
Saturday 8th February 2020

10.00a.m – 4.00.p.m

Registration: 9.30a.m

Ashling Hotel,
Parkgate Street,
Dublin 8.

5 CPD points apply to each workshop

Click on links below for further information:

John Burnham 2 day workshop
John Burnham Application Form February 2020

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Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland

28 Feb 2020 09:30 : Psychoanalytic Section Conference

Understanding Societal Conflict in the 21st Century

Keynote speaker: Lord John Alderdice

Paper: Barbara Fitzgerald

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Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

07 Dec 2019 : FLi Seminar

Sex, Love and Reproduction in the Age of Technology (Dec 6-7) 2-day inaugural seminar organised by the Freud Lacan institute (FLi)

Friday December 6th (6:30-8:30 pm) & Saturday 7th (10 am-12:30 pm)

Full Fee €60, Student/Unwaged Rate: €30

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/sex-love-and-reproduction-in-the-age-of-technology-dec-6-dec-7-tickets-81280966559

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Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

06 Dec 2019 : FLi Seminar

Sex, Love and Reproduction in the Age of Technology (Dec 6-7) 2-day inaugural seminar organised by the Freud Lacan institute (FLi)

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/sex-love-and-reproduction-in-the-age-of-technology-dec-6-dec-7-tickets-81280966559

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Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

Humanistic & Integrative Supervision


Multi professional training in Humanistic & Integrative Supervision

Suitable for psychotherapists, counsellors, life coaches, community workers & other health care professionals.
The course focuses on the skills, theory and practice and enables participants to supervise across professions.

The training is accredited by IACP for supervisor training and accreditation
Fulfils the requirements for supervisor accreditation with IAHIP.

Training takes place in Ennis, Co.Clare.


January 2020 to December 2020, over 16 days.
(includes a weekend workshop facilitated by an international supervisor)

Places limited, applications now being accepted.
For details and to apply please contact:
Annie Sampson MSc Supervision & Reflective Practice
087 232 0525 / anniesampson@nullsuper-vision.ie
www.supervisionconsult.com

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Original post: Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy

Search and Reunion in Adoption- A Systemic Practice Application with Narrative and Nuance

Presenters:

Dr. Joyce Maguire Pavao

and

Dr. Valerie O’Brien

Outline of Workshop:

  • Context of search and reunion in Ireland – Where the law is now? What is possible and not possible?
  • Clinical Issues in Search and Reunion issues.
  • Case Studies and Narrative information to explore belief systems
  • How are Open Adoption and Search and Reunion alike and different?

Opportunities to discuss case issues

Click on link below for further details and application form

Search and Reunion in Adoption – Application Form

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Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland

Kate Middleton Went to Family Therapy to Support Her Brother, James

Somme Centenary Commemorations In France

Family therapy can serve individuals, couples and families. As the article below states- not everyone needs to be there all the time, – people can attend in ones and twos, but it can open up conversations that really go a long way towards recovery.

  • In a new interview with The Telegraph, James Middleton opened up about his struggles with depression and his personal road to recovery.
  • His entire family—including Kate Middleton—took part in family therapy sessions with him to show their support.

Kate Middleton’s brother, James Middleton, is opening up his struggles with depression—and how his sister, the Duchess of Cambridge, dropped everything to help with his recovery.

In a new interview with The Telegraph, James described his personal battle with depression, which he, like many people, kept to himself for a long time. When James realized he needed help, however, he went to a private psychiatric hospital, where he voiced the fact that he was dealing with suicidal thoughts for the first time.

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“I remember thinking, ‘I might have to answer this one truthfully, because I want them to help me,’” he explained of confronting the doctor’s questions about suicidal ideation. “So I said, ‘Well, actually, yes, but I don’t think I’ll ever action it.’ In my report it said I had suicidal thoughts but wasn’t a threat to myself.”

Once James reached out and made a point to be honest about what he was going through, his journey to recovery (which included nearly a year of cognitive behavioral therapy) could begin.

“Before I started it I was completely lost,” he said, describing therapy as like, “sitting in a chair with a ball of wool made up of eight different colors, and then a …read more

Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland

World Mental Health Day 10th October 2019

World Mental Health Day 10th October 2019

World Mental Health Day 10th October 2019
#weneedtotalk
See www.familytherapyireland.com to access list of accredited Systemic Family Therapists. FTAI therapists see individuals, couples and families.

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Original post: Family Therapy Association of Ireland