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The Irish Group Analytic Society is the professional body for Group Analysts in Ireland and a member of the psychoanalytic section of The Irish Council of Psychotherapy.

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Contact Info

Address:
Group Analytic Practice, 29 Lr. Abbey St., Dublin 1 Phone: (087)7600669
Mobile: (087)7600669
Email: Contact

Work Specialities

  • Weekly Therapy Group
  • Practitioner Supervision
  • Reflective Practice
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Relationship Issues
  • Role Consultation

Howley, Julie

Professional Memberships: IGAS, IIGA, ICP, GAS International

Qualifications: MSc in Leadership and Management Development RCSI; Diploma in Group Analysis IGA London; Diploma in Social Work CCETSW, Diploma in Child Care (Distinction) NCEA

Background Information

I have worked for many years as a Principle Mental Health Social Worker in addition to my psychotherapeutic work in private practice.  My practice is informed by working with adults with relationship difficulties.  Both my group analytic and individual psychotherapy work are distinguished by an emphasis on attachment, relationship and the group/therapeutic relationship as a secure base.

I have previously supervised social work practitioners and community development managers/workers.  I am a clinical supervisor on the Group Analytic Training course and I have a number of years experience as a manager/supervisor in a multi-disciplinary mental health team setting.


Group Information

Name/Nature of Group Day Start Time End Time
Group 1 Analytic Therapy Group Thursday 6.15pm 7.45pm
Location: Group Analytic Practice, 29 Lr. Abbey St., Dublin 1 Phone: (01)8786486 Start Date: January 2003