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South East Supervisors Forum - An overview of the Human Givens approach.(27/02/21) CPDFREE Presenter : Martin Dunne Facilitators Gerri Cooper & Catherine Lawlor
27-02-2021 , 28-02-2021   Registration: 09:30.A.M. Start:10:00..A.M. - 16:00.P.M.
6 CPD hours
IACP Supervisors Only Limited to 400 attendees.

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South East Supervisors Forum - An overview of the Human Givens approach

Presenters Bio:

Martin Dunne is a Psychotherapist BA (Hon) MA in Psychotherapy, HG, Dip, MGHI, Human Givens Therapy. Martin is a qualified Human Givens practitioner based in Carlow. He has a wide range of experience in all areas including addictions where he spent a number of years as a facilitator on the addiction programme at Cuan Muhire Athy. Additionally, he has extensive experience in group and individual psychotherapy. His main focus at this time is in 'eating disorders' both in treating and writing about them from a Human Givens perspective, his published work includes ‘The possible link between eating disorders and the autistic spectrum’ Published in 2016 and an ‘An individual case study of Anorexia Nervosa’ Published in 2017. Martin is a professional member of Human Givens Institute (MHGI). He is also a Human Givens supervisor.


The learning outcome it is hoped will broaden the scope in which therapy can be delivered more effectively.  By learning about these emotional needs and resources can serve as a starting point to understanding why some people feel angry, stressed, depressed and anxious along with a host of mental and emotional difficulties

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