Norman Warden


Norman Warden

Senior Psychotherapist, Clinical Supervisor (IACP & IAHIP Accredited) and Lecturer. Qualified in psychiatric and general nursing. Lecturer in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy at undergraduate and postgraduate level. P/T lecturer at GMIT (1993-2014) and GTI, Galway. Involved in psychotherapy training, supervision and clinical work since 1985 including 10 years extensive full time work in the mental health services of NHS, UK. Norman has wrote on many subjects in the press and professional journals including: Sculpting (Eisteach, 1994); Teen trouble (1996); A sense of the past (1999); Structuring the Therapeutic process (Eisteach, 1996); Change for the Better (2000); Student Expectations of Trainers (Eisteach, 2001); Managing change in difficult times (2011); Put off procrastinating (2012); Don't fight change (2013); How to Get a good night’s sleep (2013); How to stop worrying (2013); Dealing with Anger (2014); How to Overcome a Bad Mood. 


Qualifications

Post Graduate Clinical Supervision Training, Applied Psychology, Trinity College, Dublin. 120 hours.

European Certificate for Psychotherapy, European Association for Psychotherapy.

Masters in Counselling (Hon), Applied Psychology, UCC.

B.A. Training and Ed. (Hon), NUIG.

Diploma in Group therapy, Eigenwelt Centre for Psychotherapy, UK. 

Diploma in Counselling, Eigenwelt Centre for Psychotherapy, UK. 

Certificate in Counselling (RSA).

Qualified Mental Health Nurse, UK.

Qualified General Nurse, UK.


Accreditation

Psychotherapist - IACP, IAHIP. 

Clinical Supervisor - IACP, IAHIP.

   

Supervision Work

Approved counselling supervisor for MSc Counselling Psychology at Trinity College, Dublin.

2015 - present   External Individual and group clinical supervisor for Masters level trainee psychotherapists at Turning Point Institute.

2004 - present    External Supervisor, Tivoli institute.

2009 - 2015       GRCC  external supervisor.

2004 – 2009   Group Supervisor, Tivoli Institute.

2004 - 2010    Supervisor, Galilee House of Studies.

2012    2 days CBT and mindfulness with staff of Irish Radiological Institute.

2007 – 2011   Guidance Counsellors group supervisor.

2003 – 2006   Supervisor & Trainer, Athlone Rape Crisis Centre.  

2004 – 2005   Group Supervisor, MASC, Galway. 

2003 – 2005   Training team supervisor, Biodynamic Psychotherapy Centre, Kinvara.

Jan - Mar 2004  Group supervisor to post-graduate counsellors, Liberties College, Dublin. 

                       

Teaching Posts

1993 - Present. Director, Galway Counselling Studies , Furbo, Co. Galway.   

2011 - 2014  CBT module trainer, ICPPD.

2011 Member on experts panel, BA Counselling & Psychotherapy, AIT.

2004 – 2009  Group therapist, Supervisor & Trainer, Tivoli Institute, Dublin.                           

1993 - 2014   GMIT Lecturer (P/T): Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy, Managing stress through CBT & Mindfulness.

1993 -  2006 GMIT Lecturer and Director (P/T): Counselling (Advanced).

2004 – 2006  Trainer for CURA.

2001 – 2002  Visiting Lecturer, Higher Dip. Pastoral Care, NUIG, Galway.

1993 - 2003   Founder & Director of Professional Diploma in Counselling, Galway Counselling Studies, Furbo, Co. Galway.                                      


Clinical work

2002 – present  Network Counsellor with Irish College of General Practitioners health in practice programme. 

1991 - Present  Psychotherapist & Supervisor in private practice

1994 – 2007 Affiliate E.A.P. Counsellor for EAR, ICAS, PPC, BUPA & EAP Solutions.

1990 - 1991 Counsellor/Group Therapist (Full Time). Drug Treatment Centre, Pearse st., Dublin . Established group therapy programme for HIV +ve clients and provided individual counselling 

Feb - Aug. 1990 Clinical Team Leader (Full Time), Psychiatric Day Hospital, England. Individual, Couple, Family and Group therapy. Responsible for assessment, treatment and discharge of clients. Supervision of team.

1986 - 1990 Counsellor & Group Therapist (Full Time), St.Andrew`s Counselling & Psychotherapy Unit, York. Individual, couple, family, group therapy  and supervision of trainees. (psychodrama, art therapy, and small group therapy).

1984 - 1986 Psychiatric Staff Nurse (Full Time), Admission/Mother & Baby Unit, York. Responsible for Co-facilitation of groups and individual counselling.

1983 – 1984 Psychiatric Staff Nurse (Full Time) York H.A., UK.

 

Published and Unpublished papers

2003 Psychotherapist's affective reactions to difficult endings with clients. M. Coun Thesis. Link.

2001 Student Expectations of Trainers. Eisteach (IACP), 2, 17. Link.

2001 Adult learners responses to trainers showing their vulnerability. BA Ed. and Training, Dissertation.

1996 Structuring the Therapeutic Process. IACP Journal 1, 36. Link.

1994 Sculpting. IACP Journal 1, 31.

1993 A Critique of Person Centred Therapy”. Dissertation for Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy.

1992 Communication Between Co-Therapists. Dissertation for Diploma in Groupwork.


Articles 

Dealing with Anger (2014); How to stop worrying (2013); How to Get a good night’s sleep (2013); Don't fight change (2013); Put off procrastinating (2012); Managing change in difficult times (2011); Blame your name (2004); Change for the Better (2000); A sense of the past (1999); Teen trouble (1996).


Post Graduate Training

Emotion Focused therapy 

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy  

Advanced Clinical Supervision 

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Family Therapy 

Group Psychotherapy 

Psychodrama 

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