26 Longford Terrace
Co. Dublin
Ph/Fax 00353 (0)1 2809313.

The Irish Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy Patrick Nolan (Director) Patrick  founded The Irish Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy (IIIP) in 1990. He was director of the training for psychotherapists offered by IIIP. He has extensive experience working as a trainer in other training institutes. He views the therapeutic relationship as the cornerstone of psychotherapy and places a value on dialogue and openness to learning from different therapeutic perspectives. Fixed ideological positions can limit the creativity of practitioners. No one form of psychotherapy is adequate for all clients or clinical situations. Working in an integrative way which looks for common factors which transcend different orientations can help in responding to the individuality of each person. Supervison: Individual, Group and Staff Groups Patrick offers supervision and consultation for psychotherapists, counsellors, educators and professionals in the health and the social services and in private practice. He integrates a wide variety of therapeutic approaches in attempting to understand the clients, groups and families. He regards the relationship as being central and focuses on the therapist as co-creating what happens in the work. Continuing Professional Development for Psychotherapists He offers courses for accredited psychotherapists. Staff Development He works with training courses and facilitates in-service training in the health and social services. This involves a systemic and integrative approach. He offers post graduate courses. Professional Consultancy He draws from a systemic and integrative model to address management issues, team building and stressful work situations. He provides a consultancy service to professionals in health and educational services as well as in business organizations. Individual Psychotherapy He offers individual psychotherapy. The Irish Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy - An Integrative Approach to Group Supervision -Patrick Nolan Fortnightly and monthly supervision Group size will be four people and meetings will be for two hours on Wednesday mornings. Patrick views the relationship between the therapist and client and the uniqueness of each person and therapeutic journey as central.  In supervising, he takes care to create a, safe, playful, imaginative space to support therapists in their work and development, enabling them to develop and deepen their unique style. Following a career as a social worker, Patrick (Msc. Psych) trained as a psychotherapist at The Institute for Biodynamic Psychology, The Institute of Psychosynthesis, The European Institute of Organismic Psychotherapy and The School of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. He completed the training course in supervision at the British Association of Psychotherapists. He is an accredited psychotherapist and supervisor with The Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP) and The Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (IFPP). He has worked as a psychotherapist for over thirty years and as a supervisor and trainer for over twenty five years. For further information: phone Patrick or Antoinette at 01-2809313 or email nolanpg@gmail.com He has written on integrative psychotherapy over  the last twenty five years. His book Therapist and Client. A Relational Approach to Psychotherapy was published in 2012.