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Discover Psychosynthesis with ICPPD

 Dear Precious Being, Psychosynthesis is a therapeutic approach that derives from psychoanalysis. It was developed in the early 20th century by Italian psychiatrist, Roberto Assagioli, who unlike Freud believed in a more inclusive concept of humanity...
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Exploring the Dynamics of Complaints – Robin Shohet

Many professionals have a fear of a complaint being made against them. In this article, my aim has been to throw some light on some of the dynamics that might be operating around complaints in order to move towards a more compassionate, systemic view...
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Christine Moran – Personal Experience & Life-long Learning

IACP Talk for student and pre-accredited members – by Christine Moran in Wynne’s Hotel Dublin, June 2017 Personal Experience, Life-long Learning and Counselling and Psychotherapy Training Welcome everyone, it is my pleasure and my privilege to be...
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Ethics. What has love got to do with it? by Robin Shohet

Ethics. What has love got to do with it?   (Talk given on behalf of Severn Talking Therapy. Cambridge October 2014.) By – Robin Shohet   The subject for this talk came in part from a book called Lovability by Robert Holden.  He was talking...
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Citation for the Carl Berkeley Memorial Award 2016

Carl Berkeley Memorial Award 2016 was presented to Christine Moran, (Academic Director at ICPPD) by the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP), for her outstanding work in the field. “The recipient met with the late Carl Berkeley...
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How does Psychosynthesis promote personal and spiritual development?

At ICPPD all our programmes have a holistic aspect, and on our 3 year Academic and Professional Programmes in Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy one of the ways we introduce this to adult learners is through a module on Psychosynthesis. How does Psychosynthesis...
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