NAPCP AGM/Workshop November 30th, 2019
Workshop: Capacitar, an integrative model of care
Facilitator: Margaret O’Reilly-Carroll MA Supervision, BA, RGN., RM., RCNT.
What is Capacitar? Based on the theory of Brazilian Paulo Freire (1970), popular education awakens people to their own wisdom and capabilities and empowers them to multiply what they learn in the community. The emphasis is on “body literacy” and integrating skills for body, mind and spirit. Capacitar provides the tools and skills for individuals to help themselves in alleviating symptoms of the ongoing stress of war, political and domestic violence, poverty and disaster. The Capicatar model of care is supported by the neuroscience of stress and trauma. The model has been researched and the evidence proves the benefits.
Margaret is a qualified psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor, with a background in nursing, midwifery and nurse education. She has lived and worked in several African countries in health care. This included mental health care with traumatised refugees and displaced people. Margaret’s post graduate education includes multicultural wellbeing and transcultural mental health supervision. She helped to develop the National Rehabilitation Program for refugees and asylum seekers in Dublin, coordinating therapeutic services and training for 15 years. She delivered workshops to health care professionals on cultural competence in working with refugees. Currently Margaret works independently in psychotherapeutic work, with particular focus on individual and group supervision in a cross professional context. She continues to deliver training on transcultural health care and supervisory practice.
VENUE: Citywest Hotel, Saggart, Co. Dublin
|AGM||10am – 11.00am|
|Workshop:||11.00am – 1.pm|
You will receive a certificate of attendance for 4 hours CPD.
If you are interested in attending, please click HERE to register.