The Heart of Frontline Practice Touchpoint Series: “Exploring Psychological Safety in Teams”
The collaborators of the Heart of Frontline Practice Alliance: Dr Maeve Hurley, Dr Nicola O’Sullivan and SHEP warmly invite you to the next session in their ‘Touchpoint Series’. The inclusive event will take place on Tuesday 28th February between 11am – 1pm at Northridge House, Blackrock, Cork.
The event will be hosted by Dr Maeve Hurley, founder of Ag Eisteacht, and one of the three collaborators behind the Heart of Frontline Practice.
Martin O’Connor will facilitate a two hour, in-person session on “Exploring Psychological Safety in Teams”.
Martin O’Connor is a Chartered Psychologist with the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) and works independently as a Clinical & Coaching Psychology Consultant. Martin provides training, mentoring, supervision and coaching to disability service organisations and early intervention services in Ireland, as well as clinical and coaching supervision to individuals across the statutory, voluntary, and small-business sectors. Martin lectures and provides coach mentoring to students on the Masters in Coaching Psychology programme in University College Cork, Ireland. Martin also lectures in Mary Immaculate College of Education (University of Limerick, Ireland) to final year teacher training students. Martin is co-author of a book: ‘Coaching Psychology for Mental Health: Borderline Personality Disorder and Personal Psychological Recovery’ (O’ Connor & O’ Donovan, 2022, Routledge).
This in-person continuing professional development session is open to all practitioners. The intention is to create a supportive space where we can come together as committed practitioners to connect, share and learn and to deepen our understanding of what it means to be truly engaged in values-based, heartful practice.