Entries by adaly

Review of workshop: How to get online from scratch with Sue Bourke

Review: How to Get Online from Scratch by Sue Bourke FTAI workshop 10 November 2012 Ashling Hotel Dublin. By Eugene Donohoe Having discovered the joys of digital gadget freakery in late middle age, I was thrilled to attend this FTAI organized workshop presented by Sue Bourke. What was even better was that it was for […]

Social Construction and Social Work Practice: Innovations and Interpretations

‘Social Construction and Social Work Practice: Innovations and Interpretations’ On 19 April 2012, the School of Social Work and Social Policy Trinity College Dublin hosted a seminar to mark the publication of ‘Social Construction and Social Work Practice: Innovations and Interpretations’ edited by Professor Stanley Witkin of University of Vermont and published by Columbia University Press in […]

Invitation to join Family Therapy Group in Cork, Kerry, Waterford, Tipperary

FAMILY THERAPISTS IN SOUTHERN COUNTIES (CORK, KERRY, WATERFORD, TIPPERARY)   We are a group of Systemic (Family) Therapists including Family Therapists in training who meet to link with other systemic practitioners for:  clinical discussion and exploration; journal discussion; peer support and to enhance clinical reflexivity from a systemic lens.  Our monthly meetings are based in […]

The Systemic Cafe 27th March 2012 – Review by Declan Moran

The Systemic Café   Entry by Declan Moran – Family Therapist –The Lucena Clinic & Clanwilliam Institute. The D4 Berkley Hotel is usually a renowned gathering point for the Leinster & Irish Rugby faithful. However on Tuesday the 27th of March 2012 it hosted a different type of gathering namely The Systemic Café. This was […]

Vincent Browne writes about Marie Keenan’s book: Child Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church: Gender, Power and Organisational Culture.

Theology of priesthood behind sex abuse crisis VINCENT BROWNE – Irish Times 21st March 2012 CLERICAL SEXUAL abuse is inevitable given the meaning system that is taught by the Catholic Church and to which many priests adhere. Contradictions in that system lead to failure, increase shame and a way of living that encourages deviant behaviour. […]