Cork Charity, Ag Eisteacht, is running additional brief intervention training courses in Cork and Dublin for frontline staff working in health, social care and community roles. The ABLE model develops practitioners’ ability to build relationships and to manage boundaries.

A three-day course takes place in Cork on November 18th and December 4th & 5th at Northridge House, Castle Road, Blackrock, Cork, T12 H970.

The Dublin training will take place on October 22nd and November 5th & 6th at The Wisdom Centre, 25 Cork St., Dublin 8.

ABLE training is approved for CPD purposes by Social Care Ireland, Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists (IASLT), Irish Academy of Audiologists ( IAOA), the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland, the Irish Association of Social Workers, the Irish College of General Practitioners, the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and the Department of Education city.

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or  contact Ag Eisteacht on 021 4536556 or email Susan at susan@ageisteacht.com

 

 

This training is for practitioners who wish to extend their work to babies/toddlers and their parents/carers using a simple attachment approach.  The programme is based on the very latest research mechanisms which show us how caregivers change and how attachment is operationalised in practice. The programme is designed to intervene early (in the first 1001 days) when attachment internal working models are being formed or are most likely to change.

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Relationships Matter. Able Training is an accredited, evidenced-informed training program designed to help frontline workers understand the impact relationships have on every aspect of a person’s life. It aims to give practitioners the skills and knowledge to respond effectively and engage with people who turn to them for help, often in times of distress.

To Book Email: Susan@egeisteacht.com or Call: 021 4536556

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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As practitioners we are told to self-care, to be resilient, as if there’s something wrong with us when we’re affected by our work. Secondary trauma should be seen in the context of the organisational systems it exists in. Doing this will improve the wellbeing of the workforce, so they can improve the wellbeing of the communities they work with.

Date: Thursday 15th November 2018

Time: 10am-4.30pm

Venue :La Mon Hotel & Country Club, 41 Gransha Road, Belfast.

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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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Blue Skies Clondalkin and Family Matters ABC Ballyfermot are working to develop an

Infant Health and Wellbeing Strategy to develop knowledge, skills, practice and services for the pre-birth to 3 years period development.

We will be offering training and mentoring to a range of staff and practitioners, to utilise science and evidence based practice to inform and influence our work in supporting children and families. For Further information and to book click on the link below.

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