The annual Adlerian Summer School will take place in Clonmel from Thursday, 7th July to Sunday, 10th July. This is a change from the usual format of Monday to Friday in order to make it easier for people to attend without having to take too much time off work.
On offer are five 4-day courses and two 2-day courses. There are also age-related programmes, especially for children from 5 to 11 years old.
The titles of the courses on offer are ”Spirituality in Difficult Times”, “Grief and Loss”, “The flow of the Brush”, “Meeting everyday Family/Classroom Challenges”, “Anger Management”, “Introduction to Adlerian Psychology”, “An Adlerian Approach to Self-care”, and the Children,s Programme.
Courses run from 9.30.to 3.30 each day. The day starts with a talk given by one of the presenters from 9.30 to 10.30 on their own special topic. Members of the public are most welcome to attend any of those free of charge.
Meeting Everyday Family/Classroom Challenges is a course geared to parents, childcare givers and teachers. These challenges may range from understanding and re-directing goals of misbehaviour, dealing with power struggles, staying out of sibling rivalry, handling mealtime and bedtime battles and more. This course will use listening and encouragement as powerful tools in order to improve behaviour and create a spirit of co-operation in both family and school.
Anger Management is a course being introduced for the first time at the summer school. Like all emotions anger is healthy and natural but can be harmful if dumped on others. This course will look at our emotions and how we manage them. Part of this course is seeing that emotions have a physical presence in the body and that they won’t go away just because we want them to. We will learn about the vengeance cycle and how to break it. We will raise personal awareness around the issue of anger, with discussion and exploration. A big plus is that we have received accreditation from the International Coaching Federation for this course. On completion of the course coaches will qualify for 10.5 units from the Federation.
All enquiries to 086-3989513, or from the website www.adler.ie