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Katie McGing honoured at FTAI AGM 2014

Dr. Imelda McCarthy, Fifth Province Centre, Dublin, made a presentation, on behalf of the FTAI, to Katie McGing at the recent FTAI AGM on the 1st March 2014, and spoke about Katie’s enormous contribution to Family Therapy in Ireland as follows: It is such a delicious privilege to honour Katie McGing, one of the five […]

Trainin in Supervision Programme – Clanwilliam Institute

Training in Supervision Programme Clanwilliam Institute invites application for their 18month part-time Training in Supervision Programme (TISP). This programme is accredited by FTAI. Entry requirements for this programme are 2 year post FTAI registration. Enquiries to Michelle Mc Cafferty – 01 6761363 or accounts@clanwilliam.ie Closing date for receipt of application is February 28th 2014 Interviews […]

Married to the Job

Married to the Job Going into business with your spouse can be a dream or a nightmare – good communication is the key to making it work Sheila Wayman – The Irish Times Nov 11 2013 When Jamie and Lisa Cobbe gave up jobs in Dublin to start a business together in the west, they […]

The Weekday emigrants

The weekday emigrants Significant numbers of people now work abroad, away from their families, often for lifestyle reasons Sat, Feb 22, 2014, 00:00 Irish Times Ciara Kenny Cheaper airfares have allowed for an increase in cross-border commuting from one European country to another in recent years, but it was the advent of the recession in […]

One Day Workshop with Dr. Karl Tomm 31st March 2014

Interpersonal Patterns of Interaction that influence Mental Health One Day Workshop with Dr. Karl Tomm Date: Monday, 31st March 2014 Time: 9.00a.m. – 5.00p.m. (Registration from 8.30a.m.) Venue: Ashling Hotel, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8. The systemic approach in family, couple, and individual psychotherapy gives priority to understanding the context of human behaviour, thoughts, feelings, and […]