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In Person Event NERC - Trauma: Why Talking Works (13/04/24) CPD Presenters: Jim Hutton, Dr. Manish Tomar & Robert Coyle
Creative Spark Clontygora Ct, Muirhevnamore, Dundalk, Co. Louth, A91 HF77
13-04-2024   Registration 09:30.a.m. Starts: 10:00. a.m. - 16:00.p.m.
6 CPD hours
IACP Members only

Places Limited to 40

Event closed for bookings

Trauma: Why Talking Works - Examining neuroscientifically and experientially the links between Trauma and the process of client recovery and resourcing through psychotherapy

Presenters Bios: 

Jim Hutton MIACP first trained as a youth worker in 1975 and as a counsellor in 1979 for couples and groups dealing with alcohol addiction. In 1981 he set up a youth support group for young people directly effected by the Stardust Fire Disaster. He spent 22 years as an advocate and life skills teacher with Youthreach, the state agency for second chance education before retiring in that role in 2021. His further educational training included a diploma in counselling (Maynooth NUI) and an honours degree in counselling and psychotherapy (DBS). Jim has a private practice in counselling, psychotherapy and educational training with a focus on relationships , addiction, care-awareness, and LGBTQI+ issues. His client speaker portfolio includes IACP, BelonG To LGBTQI+ Youth Services, Crosscare, SOAR, Insight Matters and The Irish Defence Forces. He is a former editor, broadcast journalist and media lecturer.

Dr. Manish Tomar graduated with a Ph.D. in Neuroscience as a scholarship student at Cologne University, Germany in 2020. He has a Masters in Neuroscience from Jiwali University, Gwalior, India and a BA in Biotechnology from Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, India. Manish is a native of New Delhi, India and is a technical research scientist for Abbott Laboratories. His specialist areas include immunochemistry, bioassays, molecular biology, microbiology and genetics. He has been involved with multiple agencies across both internet media platforms and in situ presentations for the advancement of scientific community outreach programmes including coordinating facilitator and speaker at the United Nations Conference of Youth for Climate Change at the COY Conference in Bonn, Germany in 2017. He is an advocate and practitioner of yoga and meditation.

Robert Coyle MIACP: Robert Coyle graduated with first class honours in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from IICP in 2020. He chose to specialise in CPTSD after learning about the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (1999) which demonstrated that chronic stress effects us biologically just as impactfully as psychologically. This prompted his ongoing interest in the neurology of counselling. Robert focuses his practice, ongoing trainingand research towards Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Complex PTSD. He works in private practice and with the Dundalk Counselling service and specialises in the adult manifestation of CPTSD and PTSD.

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