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Family Systems

Understanding our family influences and triggers

Course Details

Transgenerational influences and early learning as well as nature and nurture constitutes a large part of our make-up and is often ignored. If we are aware of this fact, it will help us understand and work on our triggers as we go through life.

 

We all come from a family and encounter relationships every day that are influenced by our own family and from others’ family dynamics.

 

Venue: Online workshop
Next Start Date:
4th April 2020

Time: 10am-5pm


Award: Attendance Certificate

 

Fees: Full Price:€100
PCI College Student:€80

 

This workshop will help participants to know oneself better while becoming aware of how self and others are constantly triggered by family of origin influences.

 

Eligibility: Qualification in Counselling, Psychotherapy or other helping professionals with therapeutic experience and students currently in professional training. Entry is by application form.

 

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Brian O'Sullivan  Brian O'Sullivan, Counselling Faculty, PCI College

B.A. Psychotherapy and Psychometric Testing, M.Sc. Systemic Psychotherapy , BACP
Postgraduate Certificate in Family Therapeutic Skills - Programme Leader

Brian is a Faculty Lecturer at PCI College where he tutors on a number of undergraduate and post graduate modules. He is the programme leader for family therapy post graduate programmes at PCI College.
Brian is a fully accredited and experienced Systemic (Family) Psychotherapist with experience of delivering evidence based therapeutic interventions collaboratively with individuals, adolescents, couples and families across the voluntary, community and statutory sectors. His primary undergraduate award is Emergency Medical Science from the Faculty of Medicine at U.C.D. He then earned a B.A. Degree in psychotherapy and psychometric testing and subsequently earned a M.Sc. in Systemic (Family) Psychotherapy from the Family Therapy Training Programme at the Mater Hospital and U.C.D.
Brian has been published in national and international peer reviewed journals. He has recently completed the only qualitative phenomenological study in Ireland regarding a phenomenon often referred to as  "parental alienation" in the context of high conflict separations & divorces in Ireland  titled, "Being Alien - The Lived Experiences of Alienated Parents in Ireland". Brian maintains a private practice in Laois and Dublin.

 





 

What our Students Say

Very well presented but not an overwhelming amount of information. Jean Notaro is an excellent lecturer, great facilitation of the group.
Daniel O'Mahony-Emotional Intelligence for success

What our Students Say

"Overall it was an enjoyable day and well presented, I took what I could from the workshop and I am trying to apply it to my everyday living.”
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