Entries by adaly

The Recent Tragedy in Cavan

The Recent Tragedy in Cavan   Sometimes it is hard to make sense of a senseless act.  Some things are even harder to acknowledge.    As individuals, families and communities, we are all struggling to comprehend the recent events in Cavan.  One thing that makes sense is that we need to talk.  It may not […]

Remember – Leaving Cert results do not determine the future

Not all students will get desired results but there are ways to lessen the feelings of failure Anne McCormack  Irish Times – Tuesday 11th August 2015 Planning ahead and thinking about ways to cope with possible disappointment may be useful for results day. Disappointment is an inevitable part of life. Everyone feels it at some […]

Attachment Narrative Therapy: an 8-day training: Arlene Vetere and Rudi Dallos

Dates: 4 Thursday/Friday blocks – 24-25 November and 15-16 December, 2016 and 12-13 January and 9-10 February, 2017 at the Institute of Family Therapy, London.   This course provides training in how to implement an attachment narrative based approach to systemic therapy and practice. It is grounded in an integration of modern attachment theory and […]

SYSTEMIC THERAPY AS TRANSFORMATIVE PRACTICE

  SYSTEMIC THERAPY AS TRANSFORMATIVE PRACTICE Eds.   Imelda McCarthy &  Gail Simon                                                                                                                          ISBN 978-0-9930723-2-1 Systemic Therapy as Transformative Practice is a substantial collection of writings on innovative, contemporary practice from leading edge therapists around the world. The book showcases ground-breaking systemic practice from Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Ireland, England, Canada, Sweden and USA.  The writings address connections […]

Systemic Café 11th April 2016 – Drinking, Relationships & Psychotherapy

Date:              11th April 2016 Time:             7.00pm – 9.00pm Venue:           The Schoolhouse Hotel, 2-8, Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.   Topic:           Drinking, Relationships & Psychotherapy:                        Who is afraid of the alcohol question in therapy?   Why? Speakers: Mary Scully:  Mary worked for many years in a frontline mental health service as a […]

M.Sc/PG Dip in Systemic Psychotherapy Family Therapy -Clanwilliam Institute

M.Sc. / PG Dip in Systemic Psychotherapy Family Therapy Clanwilliam Institute invites applications for the MSc in Systemic Psychotherapy for the 2016/2017 academic year, a four year part-time programme which is available in Dublin and Galway (with sufficient enrolment). This student-centred teaching approach provides a comprehensive approach that draws upon three principal theoretical and philosophical […]

Systemic Café: Working Systemically within Hierarchies 25th January 2016

DATE FOR YOUR DIARY  Date:              25th January 2016  Time:             7.00pm – 9.00pm Venue:            The Schoolhouse Hotel, 2-8, Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Topic:            Working Systemically within Hierarchies Given the hierarchical nature of our current educational system, the Café will focus on using a Systemic approach to engage with challenging and distressed […]

Working with Couples: Philosophies, Formats and Processes. Workshop with Prof. Jim Sheehan

This event is co-sponsored by the Family Therapy Association of Ireland and University College Dublin (Family Therapy Training Programme, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital)   Working with Couples: Philosophies, Formats and Processes   One Day Workshop with Prof. Jim Sheehan Thursday 12th November 2015 10.00a.m – 4.00.p.m Registration: 9.30a.m   Morrison Hotel, Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin […]