Seminars & Workshops
We run regular seminars and workshops for workplaces and the public, dealing with issues from dealing with stress, practising mindfulness, to Supporting Children who have behavioural difficulties or anxiety. All of our courses, run through the Actualise Academy are based on the latest evidence in Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology and Behavioural Psychology, and are delivered by a combination of our Clinical Psychology, Behavioural Psychology and Neuroscience teams.
Our focus is on making the sessions practical, so you can leave with something useful every time, which you can apply straight away.
Here is a list of our upcoming series. Stay tuned for updates!
MindfulNESS: 4 x 1hr mindfulness classes
We regularly run a series of mindfulness classes. These will be run at our Head Office in DCU Alpha one afternoon per week for 4 weeks, but we can facilitate you and your colleagues at your place of work at a time that suits you. Just get in touch and we would be happy to discuss your needs! These classes are run by the Actualise Psychology team, led by Dr. Rosemary Keane.
Taking a small amount of time to manage your stress can have huge implications for your mental and physical health, as well as benefiting your work, your relationships and the people who are close to you. We are running a series of four 2-hour classes during April on practical ways to manage and control stress. As with Mindfulness classes, these will be run at our Head Office in DCU Alpha, and are run by our Psychology team, led by Dr. Rosemary Keane of Actualise. If coming to DCU Alpha doesn't work, we can facilitate you and your colleagues at your place of work at a time that suits you. Just get in touch and we would be happy to discuss your needs!
Helping your child manage Anxiety
The workshop will be delivered in an interactive small group format, The workshop will be delivered in an interactive, small group format. It is run by two Clinical Psychologists, Dr. Rosemary Keane of Actualise, along with Dr. Aisling Ryan. It will focus on:
1) Understand the tricky brain - how and why anxiety manifests;
2) Strategies to help your child regulate emotions in general and anxiety in particular
3) Strategies to develop your child’s resilience
Helping your child Manage Attentional and Behavioural Difficulties: Introduction for parents / educators
Participants will learn about practical methods to support children with attention difficulties and/or problem behaviour, facilitated by Behaviour Specialist, Mr. Pádraig Walsh. The following will all be discussed and shared in a relaxed and collaborative learning atmosphere: 1) Educational Approaches 2) Social Skills Training 3) Behavioural interventions 4) Mindfulness 5) Parenting Supports