A Tribute to the Work of Cormac Gallagher

The symptom of the psychoanalytic group and the transmission of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud wrote in 1914 that for the first years in his practice of psychoanalysis and the transmission of its teaching, he was alone. Ever since the first group formed around Freud the...

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FOUNDATION COURSE in GROUP ANALYSIS*

Have you ever sat in a group and wondered what is going on? FOUNDATION COURSE in GROUP ANALYSIS* September 2018 – June 2019 Weekend Training Programme   We all live and work in group settings - personally in our relationships with family and friends and professionally...

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Pioneers of Group Analysis

Film event jointly hosted by IGAS, UCD School of Medicine and The School of Psychotherapy, St Vincent’s University Hospital. Pioneers of Group Analysis Saturday 10th February 2018 at 12.45 University College Dublin Student Centre Cinema Belfield Campus, Dublin 4 In...

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Why was psychoanalysis founded by an emigrant?

Why was Psychoanalysis founded by an Emigrant? This one day conference will address a fundamental question for psychoanalysis: "why was psychoanalysis founded by an emigrant?" As early as 1893 the question of the 'foreign' was raised by Freud and Breuer in their...

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A Taste of Group-Analytic Large Groups

The School of Psychotherapy, St. Vincent’s University Hospital in conjunction with The Irish Institute for Group Analysis extends an invitation to: A Taste of Group-Analytic Large Groups Thursday 16 February 2017 6pm to 9.15pm in the Tutorial Room, School of...

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What is Anxiety? 2016

What is Anxiety? Conference on Friday 9th December 2016 Any health practitioner who encounters the challenge of treating anxiety will benefit from this event. [button...

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