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.

Cork charityAg Eisteacht; in cover picture are Dr Maeve Hurley (centre) with Susanna Abse (left) Consultant Psychotherapist and Dr Sinead Hanifan, a scholar of the European Academy of Nursing Science. Picture credit: Darragh Kane.

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Parent Child Attachment Play; This is a gentle play-based approach aimed at improving the attachment quality of the parent-child relationship using attachment mechanisms and child-oriented play with parents/carers and their children aged 3-15+ years.

Venue: Flannerys Hotel, Renmore, Galway.

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‘With One in Ten babies born prematurely world wide’; Irish Neonatal Health Alliance  are hosting an exciting morning event to celebrate World Prematurity Day 2018 in raising awareness of the global burden of preterm birth and making a difference for preterm infants. Click on the link below for further information and to book. (Free Event)

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From one of our associates: ‘Connected for Life’ has been delivering training for organisations and groups in N Ireland on ACEs and Resilience for a number of years. We have developed this training in response to requests from individuals who are interested in the training, but have not been able to access organisational training.

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We know that good mental health begins early in life, and is particularly influenced by our relationships with our primary caregivers. This relationship between parent and child is referred to as an attachment.

Sometimes this attachment can be secure and healthy, but for around 30% of the population, their attachment is insecure and can lead to mental health difficulties later in life. Event hosted by ‘The British Psychological Society, NI”

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Circle of Security LogoCircle of Security has established a parenting reflection program offering core components of the evidence based and internationally acclaimed COS protocol. This 4-day seminar trains professionals to use an eight chapter DVD to reflect with parents and caregivers  on examples of secure and problematic parent/child interaction and healthy options in care giving. Further details and how to register click on the link below. Hosted by our colleaugues at Young Ballymun, Dublin.

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