Afternoon Tea with Professor Ivor Browne plus how to reduce stress on a daily basis with Paul Marsden M.Sc.Psych Saturday 20th May 2017 – 10.00 to 17.00 The Royal Marine Hotel, Dunlaoghaire, Co Dublin This CPD event is open to the public, … Read more
Report on Professor Denis Ryan Presentation Sat 1st April 2017 in the Maldron Hotel, Dublin Airport The full day presentation by Professor Ryan on two separate subjects was well attended, both in-person and online. Professor Ryan was simultaneously teaching his … Read more
Saturday 1st April 2017 – Professor Denis Ryan The Maldron Hotel, Dublin Airport Professor Denis Ryan – PhD, BSc (Hons) Foundation Professor of Counselling and Psychotherapy In the morning workshop, Professor Ryan talks about stress and anxiety – understanding the … Read more
Report on the Christmas CPD event 10th December, 2016 “It’s all about working together as a unit” The ICHP Graduates Association hosted a very enjoyable and well attended event last Saturday afternoon, and attendance by members was both in person … Read more
CPD Event in The Beacon Hotel, Dublin Saturday 5th November 2016 The Garden School with Ciaran Burke At the well-attended CPD event on Sat 5th November, we were engrossed by our four fascinating and diverse speakers and enjoyed a … Read more
The Buteyko techniques teach the fundamentals of correct breathing, which means breathing through the nose with the mouth closed. When the techniques are practiced consistently for a period and the body conditioned, anxiety and high blood pressure can be reduced, pain relieved, and a healthier and fitter mind and body can be achieved.
Tom Herron from Northern Ireland graduated from the Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy in 1998 and has been working with individual clients and groups ever since. Tom treated us to a fascinating talk about correcting breathing with the Buteyko breathing method which was both fun and educational. His talk was entitled “Close Your Mouth for a Change”.
As Tom explained, over 80% of all the people we meet suffer from symptoms due to ‘Hidden Hyperventilation Syndrome’ (over-breathing), even though it is usually only diagnosed when the symptoms become severe.