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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 […]

The Fifth Province Systemic Cafe

The Fifth Province Systemic Cafe Venue: The Sandymount Hotel, Dublin 4. Date: Tuesday 11th February 2014 Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm Topic: The Fifth Province The Fifth Province Model was developed in the early 1980s by Dr. Imelda McCarthy, Phil Kearney and Dr. Nollaig Byrne. The notion of the ‘Fifth Province’ is derived from Irish mythology, […]

We need to start talking about sexual dysfunction in an open way

TheJournal.ie Wednesday 29 Jan, 2014 We need to start talking about sexual dysfunction in an open way It’s almost impossible to bring up the subject of premature ejaculation without provoking a cringe or a giggle, but it’s no joke for the one in five men (of all ages) who suffer from this common dysfunction, writes […]

Adopt an Open Approach to Historic Secret

Irish American Child Legacy needs State Help to Unravel, says Valerie O’Brien Published in The Sunday Times, 17th Nov 2013 p 17. http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/news/ireland/article1341254.ece History and story-telling is something that we, as Irish people,think we are good at but many realise now there are some stories that get told more readily than others. In the wake […]