Dates: 21 March 2019 and 20 November 2019
Time: 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Venue: Psychological Society of Ireland Office, Grantham House.
4 Learning Credits
Shame is often overlooked in the therapeutic process both within clients and therapists alike and is frequently present in most presentations from trauma, complex abuse, addictions, compulsions, mood disorders and sexual behaviour.
Presented by Kevin Fehin, Senior Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist. Kevin is currently employed in the Adult Mental Health Service with the HSE. Among other qualifications, he holds a Masters in Psychoanalytic Studies.
Psychologists, Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Nurse Practitioners, Youth and Family Care Workers, Social Care Workers and those working in addiction services, homeless agencies and mediation.
To give the learner a more in-depth understanding and overview of Shame and how to determine its effects.
The workshop will use both an analytical and skills based guide to help therapist from all orientations to identify what elicits, evokes and triggers shame and how a shame focused intervention is formulated and structured.
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