DATE FOR YOUR DIARY Date: Tuesday, 27th November 2018 Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm Venue: Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2. Topic: Complaints: Protecting the client & the therapist. The following members of the FTAI Complaints Sub-committee will lead the conversation: • Ann Marie Burke • Peter Caffrey • Mara de Lacy Continuing Professional Development (CPD) […]
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Narrative Therapy – Exploring with “Maps” 2 Workshops With Therese Hegarty In these two workshops, participants will explore some of the ideas from Foucault, Bruner and Myerhoff, which inspired the work of Michael White and learn to use the “maps” which guide his Narrative Practice [White 2007] Experiential exercises will be used to allow participants […]
Meeting of the NFTO Chamber of EFTA. 33 participants from 16 countries considered the question of identity from multiple perspectives in true systemic fashion.
Relational Suicide Assessment: Client and Family Risks and Resources One Day Workshop With Douglas Flemons The hopelessness and desperation of our suicidal clients, as well as the high-stakes involved in working with them, can invite us to adopt a kind of therapeutic tunnel-vision—a singular focus on individual risk factors. Attending to such dangers is critical, […]
UCD School of Medicine and Medical Science M.Sc. Systemic Psychotherapy The UCD Family Therapy Training Programme now invites applications for Year 1 of its 4 Year Part-time M.Sc. in Systemic Psychotherapy. The programme will commence in September 2018. Closing date for Applications: 27th April 2018 Further Information: Contact: Ciara Reddy Email: email@example.com […]
Please note that the FTAI Annual General Meeting, due to take place in Wynns Hotel, Dublin on the 3rd March, has been cancelled due to adverse weather conditions. Apologies for any inconvenience.
How to lose your clinical balance, while holding on to your therapeutic bearings, and other ideas on working therapeutically with a ‘treatment resistant’ client diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder by Don Boardman Click below for full article Don Boardman Article
Salvador Minuchin, a provocative psychotherapist whose pioneering work with teenagers shifted the focus from their individual symptoms to their family relationships, died on Monday in Boca Raton, Fla. He was 96. Please see obituary below. Salvador Minuchin Obituary
24th November 2017 Family Therapy understands the benefits of therapeutically supported dialogue amongst family members when challenging issues and difficulties need to be discussed. Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) might be considered one of the most challenging, distressing and direction-changing issues that a family has to contend with. In the Irish context the majority of […]