World renowned Dr Patricia McKinsey Crittenden presents her training programme in Attachment and Psychopathology in Dublin. A 3 day course running from Tuesday 21st to Thursday 23rd May 2019 at DCU St Patrick’s Campus, Drumcondra. The course examines development from infancy to adulthood and the process of adaptation and developmental pathways that carry risk for psychopathology. It focuses on development, prevention and treatment of psychological disorder.
Developed in conjunction with Visiting Professor John McLeod, this programme aims to enable existing professionals working within the field of counselling and psychotherapy to achieve a Master of Arts in Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy. The programme consists of ten modules over two years. It is a taught Master’s with a strong research component. The programme utilises a Continuous Assessment Strategy and learners accumulate credits though a variety of assessments over the duration of the programme.
Narrative Therapy was developed by Michael White and David Epston. It is an approach that recognises people as the experts in their own lives. It understands that our lives are shaped by the stories we tell about ourselves, the stories that others tell about us and the way stories are shaped by our culture and community.
The Charities Governance Code explains the minimum standards you should meet to effectively manage and control your charity. This workshop will walk you through the requirements of the code including actions and evidence needed to demonstrate compliance. If your organisation has already started or completed the Governance Code for Community, Voluntary and Charitable organisations, it will help you to use the evidence you already have to comply with the new Charities Governance Code.
Peace Brigades International Ireland is launching an exciting new course entitled “Making Space for Peace: Human rights defenders and peacebuilding.” The course will take place in Dublin and is a 5 week evening course that provides participants with an introduction to the world of human rights, peacebuilding and the role of civil society and social movements in the achievement of positive peace.
Due to high demand from practitioners across all healthcare and social care disciplines, Ag Eisteacht is holding a second open ABLE training course in Cork this May. ABLE (Adopt a relational approach, Build, Listen and Empower) brief intervention training provides a framework and builds skills to help practitioners to engage with, ‘listen to understand’ and empower patients and clients by embedding a relational approach into their practice.
An education course, developed by the Diabetes Ireland, is being run at our Care Centre in Northwood, Santry. The aim of the course is to help you manage your diabetes and it will cover topics such as diabetes knowledge and management, nutrition and physical activity and self-monitoring of diabetes control.
The FPSHP is a 10-day comprehensive capacity building training programme for service providers who want to develop their confidence, skills and knowledge in the area of sexual health promotion, and incorporate sexual health promotion into their work. The programme is free to participants fee’s are covered by Health Promotion and Improvement HSE Midlands.
The Office of Mental Health Engagement in Dublin North City & County in collaboration with the Irish Advocacy Network would like to invite people who use mental health services and their family members or carers who support them in this area to participate in a Free Self Advocacy & Personal Development.
The Office of Mental Health Engagement in Dublin North City & County in collaboration with the Irish Advocacy Network would like to invite people who use mental health services and their family members or carers who support them in this area to participate in a Free