IAHIP Workshop Schedule – Reading the Bodyshapes

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Reading the Bodyshapes

Facilitated by Paddy Logan

Saturday 24th September 2016

10.00a.m. – 4.30p.m.

IAHIP Office, 40 Northumberland Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin

We will take a one day tour of the world of Wilhelm Reich and Alexander Lowen – whose ideas and theory have influenced the development of many current therapeutic approaches to the body in therapy and contributed hugely to an understanding of the relevance of a client’s physical aspects in the therapeutic process.

*You will be introduced to the theory and practice of including a body aware approach.

*You will learn how to recognise what the physical form of the client reveals.

*We will explore these ideas through discussion, experiential learning and demonstration.

*You can expect to be surprised and hopefully intrigued by what you learn and also to laugh.

*All experiential aspects are simple and easy to participate in.

*No previous experience is required to participate.

Please wear comfortable clothes. Hand outs will be provided on relevant points – a notebook may also be useful to have with you.

Paddy Logan, MIAHIP, MIACP trained in Humanistic & Integrative psychotherapy and provides individual and group psychotherapy, supervision and consultancy services. As a trainer and facilitator he has extensive experience with group process work throughout Ireland. Formerly on the staff of the Institute for Creative Counselling and Psychotherapy, the Tivoli Institute Dun Laoghaire, the Irish Institute of Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies at Turning Point and the Dublin Business School. He is a partner at the Integrative Psychotherapy Practice in Dublin.

Please find a booking form here, or you can book and pay through our website at the following link http://iahip.org/workshops.

Booking for this workshop is closing soon so please book by return if interested.

IAHIP workshops are non-refundable.

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