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Many organisations avail of externally facilitated reflective practice spaces to support staff teams. Such spaces allow for team members to better understand their role in the organisation and in particular allow for deeper reflection into the times when organisational dynamics can intrude, interfere and block understanding of team members’ roles and indeed work practices.  If […]

MSC IN PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY & PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMME IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY Trinity College Dublin Start date: September 2021 This highly respected and well-established training has, for over 20 years, provided the only clinical training in Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in Ireland including a two-year infant observation component. This four-year part-time training [...]

The IIPP is pleased to announce our cultural and psychoanalytic event  ‘SÚIL SIAR AGUS SÚIL AR AGHAIDH: LOOKING BACK, LOOKING FORWARD.’ October 6, 2018 A celebration of the Irish Psyche and Culture. Venue: O’ Connell House (Daniel O’ Connell’s former home), 58 Merrion Square, Dublin 2. Time: 2 p.m. – 6.30 .p.m. (followed by a […]

The Commmonweath Fund has reported that Virtual services are safe, effective, and comparable in outcomes to in-person services. However, prior to COVID-19, telemental health was used primarily to provide services in areas that otherwise do not have access — for instance, in rural regions. It is now used throughout the country. Telehealth during COVID19

Opportunity MFA Scholarships at NCAD supporting art practice at the National Forensic Medical Hospital The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) is offering three full-time MFA Fine Art / Digital Art Scholarships that will support art research and practice carried out at the National Forensic Medical Hospital at Dundrum and in its transition to […]

A very quick search of the internet will enlighten and sometimes confuse if you are searching for an accredited, experienced psychotherapist.  It is important to ensure that the therapist you consult is adequately trained and works in an ethical manner. The psychotherapy profession is on the road to statutory registration, meantime, if you are looking […]

Connecting For Life – Mid West When we work together, things can be different. Connecting for Life, Ireland’s National Strategy to Reduce Suicide 2015-2020 sets out a vision where fewer lives are lost through suicide, and where communities and individuals are empowered to improve their mental health and wellbeing. Connecting for Life Mid West 2017-2020 sets […]

“there are a handful of key areas — including depression, chronic pain, and anxiety — in which well-designed, well-run studies have shown benefits for patients engaging in a mindfulness meditation program, with effects similar to other existing treatments.” Click on this link to read more…..   https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2018/04/harvard-research

When people initially think of EMDR therapy their association is generally to trauma. EMDR is also an effective intervention for anyone who is generally content in their life but has some particular challenge in perhaps the business or work environment. The challenge can be as varied as difficulty speaking at meetings, presenting at conferences or […]

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