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COVID-19 NOTICICATION RE IAHIP OFFICE

Further to the closure of the IAHIP office as notified in our bulletin of the 31st March we wish to advise the following:

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Correspondence already posted to the office will be dealt with when the office re-opens. In the meantime we would ask you to avoid sending anything to the office by post until such a time as the office will be re-opened, notification of which will be sent to you when that time comes.

Any applications for accreditation, re-accreditation, supervision and supervision re-accreditation which were sent to the office before the 28th March are currently being dealt with remotely. If you have received communication from the relevant committee regarding your application, please respond directly to them.

Queries

Please email the office via email to admin@nulliahip.org or manager@nulliahip.org with your queries as the phones aren’t being monitored.

Yours sincerely,

IAHIP Administration

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COVID-19 NOTICICATION RE IAHIP OFFICE

Further to the closure of the IAHIP office as notified in our bulletin of the 31st March we wish to advise the following:

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Correspondence already posted to the office will be dealt with when the office re-opens. In the meantime we would ask you to avoid sending anything to the office by post until such a time as the office will be re-opened, notification of which will be sent to you when that time comes.

Any applications for accreditation, re-accreditation, supervision and supervision re-accreditation which were sent to the office before the 28th March are currently being dealt with remotely. If you have received communication from the relevant committee regarding your application, please respond directly to them.

Queries Please email the office via email to admin@nulliahip.org or manager@nulliahip.org with your queries as the phones aren’t being monitored.

Yours sincerely,

IAHIP Administration

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COVID-19 – IAHIP office is currently closed

Dear Members

Due to the latest Government guidelines, our IAHIP office is currently closed. For the moment, all of our processes are being covered remotely so please rest assured that your applications and requests are still being dealt with.
To reach us, please email one of the following email addresses and we will gladly assist you:

Office Manager ;

manager@nulliahip.org ;

Yours Sincerely
IAHIP Administration

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Note from Chair – On Behalf of Governing Body

Dear Members

We are aware that many of you may be feeling anxious and isolated as the reality of Covid-19 touches all our lives. Many, if not all, have had to make the decision to discontinue face to face therapy sessions in order to protect the safety of your clients, yourselves and the wider community. You may well be at home, self-isolating and keeping the required ‘social distance’.

Telephone/Online Therapy

The use of video and phone sessions for client work has been sanctioned for accredited and pre-accredited members, however text sessions have not.

Some of your clients may have opted for telephone/online sessions. For those of us unfamiliar with online therapy, offering such sessions can be a bit daunting. It is far from ideal, but it may be the only way to offer support to our clients at this time. It will be a learning and an adventure for them and for us, and given our capacity for creativity and adaptation, it need not be too terrifying.

Please see the link below for a 9-hour online introductory training for online therapy which may be helpful in the current situation: https://www.kateanthony.net/shortcoursementalhealth/

Making Connections

We would encourage you all as individuals to reach out to your colleagues in IAHIP to offer and receive support. Make contact by phone, email, WhatsApp etc. so that you don’t feel so isolated, especially if you are ‘home alone’!

Members Forum

We will soon have a members’ forum on the website which will enable people to talk to each other, exchange ideas, share how you are managing and receive support.

However, this is still 6-8 weeks away from being up and running.

In the meantime, we recommend that members utilize the IAHIP Members Network Page on Linkedin where people can communicate with one another and support each other by sharing/getting guidance on work …read more

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Coronavirus – Information regarding Financial Assistance from Government

Dear Members

Please find three links that might help you with application for some financial help from government. There is general information on this one below.

https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/social_welfare/social_welfare_payments/unemployed_people/covid19_pandemic_unemployment_payment.html

There is a very easy form and the payment will go on for 6 weeks.

https://www.gov.ie/en/service/be74d3-covid-19-pandemic-unemployment-payment/

During this time, you must fill out the regular form below, which is a longer more indepth one.

https://www.gov.ie/en/service/a030c1-jobseekers-benefit-self-employed/#apply

I hope this is helpful information.

This is just to ensure that people are not without money.

Governing Body. IAHIP

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Updated Communication: Therapy and supervision SESSIONS using telephone and video communication DURING PERIOD OF COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

Updated Communication: Therapy and supervision SESSIONS using telephone and video communication

Dear Members

Further to our Bulletin of the 11th March in connection with COVID – 129 (Coronavirus) we wish to advise the following:

The use of video and phone sessions has been sanctioned for accredited and pre-accredited members however text sessions have not.

Please note that students training as therapists or accredited members working towards supervision accreditation cannot offer sessions through phone or video, however they can receive supervision from qualified and accredited supervisors.

The Governing Body will continue to monitor the situation and communicate with the membership accordingly.

Governing Body IAHIP

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Updated Communication: Therapy and supervision SESSIONS using telephone and video communication DURING PERIOD OF COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

Updated Communication: Therapy and supervision SESSIONS using telephone and video communication

Dear Members

Further to our Bulletin of the 11th March in connection with COVID – 129 (Coronavirus) we wish to advise the following:

The use of video and phone sessions has been sanctioned for accredited and pre-accredited members however text sessions have not.

Please note that students training as therapists or accredited members working towards supervision accreditation cannot offer sessions through phone or video, however they can receive supervision from qualified and accredited supervisors.

The Governing Body will continue to monitor the situation and communicate with the membership accordingly.

Governing Body IAHIP

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Therapy and supervision SESSIONS using telephone and video communication DURING PERIOD OF COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

Re: Therapy and supervision SESSIONS using telephone and video communication DURING PERIOD OF COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

Dear Members

In light of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, where it becomes necessary for reasons of personal and community safety, IAHIP will formally recognise “video and telephone communication” but not other forms of electronic communication (e.g. WhatsApp) for therapy and supervision sessions carried out by IAHIP psychotherapists and supervisors for the duration of this epidemic. Please inform yourselves as to the safest means of communication with your clients / supervisees. You may also need to check with your insurers before commencing therapy using the above methods. Please ensure your ongoing supervision and support.

Such hours will also be counted towards accreditation for pre-accredited members or supervisors working towards supervision accreditation for the first time.

The above applies to this period of uncertainty in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and will not be a permanent ruling.

Governing Body. IAHIP

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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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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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