I would like to wish a Happy New Year to all my clients, supervisees, students and colleagues. I look forward to working with you all again this year Online and Face to Face. Stay Safe!
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I am happy to announce my return to Face To Face sessions beginning Tuesday 4th August whilst still maintaining online sessions. My practice going forward will provide both formats. My rooms at 7 Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin 2 can facilitate all the necessary Covid 19 protection protocols.
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During these challenging times you can contact me by phone and video Contact
During these challenging times you can now contact me by ...
Skype - email@example.com
Call me on 086 8034888 or
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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In the case of any of my clients/supervisiees that may have to self-isolate please know that I am still here to support you and continue our work together.
I will be available by phone and Skype.
I would like to wish a very Happy New Year to all my clients, supervisees, students and colleagues.
The Hakomi Method - 3 Year Training 2016-2019
I attended a workshop in 2009 by the late Ron Kurtz, the founder of The Hakomi Method. It is with a great sense of achievement that I have now completed my three-year training with Hakomi Ireland. This training was enriched along the way by Therapy Circle Workshops, Hakomi Community Weekends, Peer Group Practice as well as Clinical Supervision. I also had the honor of being trained by one of the Hakomi Legacy Holders, Bob Millone. It is my intention to continue my study further in 2020 to level 4 & 5. I integrate the Hakomi Method in to my therapeutic practice with clients/supervisees and students.
When we attend therapy, we are wondering about ourselves, not who we think we are, but being curious about who we truly are. We are all defined by our habits, behaviors and beliefs and these traits are influenced by our own unique Core Material. Our core material is composed of our memories, images, beliefs, neural patterns and deeply held emotional dispositions. Therefore, we can unconsciously respond to life events, daily interactions etc based on this core material. Sometimes this can support who we want to be, however, sometimes we react by using a learnt behavior that we used in response to past trauma, this unfortunately limits us. The Hakomi method allows the individual to distinguish between the two and change the core material that impinges upon their wellbeing.
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I would like to wish all my clients, supervisees, students and colleagues a very Happy Christmas. Clodagh 24/12/19
Once upon a time ….
there was a happy little bear who spent his days playing in the forest with his friends. One day while he was rolling around he stood on a thorn. It went deep into his foot and it hurt. He went home and told his mother, but she was busy and didn’t pay attention to him. He continued on and began to limp a little, as his paw became more tender. He was in pain and he learnt to compensate for it. His paw got bigger from the infection and he stopped rolling around with his friends and became grumpier and grumpier as the infection affected him all over. As the years went on he became known as the grumpy old Bear and people avoided him.
One day as he was walking dragging his hurt leg through the forest he met a little bear who was crying, and he stopped and asked him what the matter was. The little bear had a thorn in his paw and he was in pain. The big bear knelt down and gently eased it out and the little bear went off happy. Later that evening he was in the pub with all the other elder bears and told him about the little bear. One of the elder bears said to him that’s what happened to you a long time ago. If you could go and have your wound treated it could change your life for you too. Doctor Bear could make a small incision and drain the infection bit by bit. It might hurt but you will feel so much better afterwards so the bear agreed reluctantly and the following summer he was able to roll around the grass with the all bear cubs.