Date: October 6th

Venue: Osprey Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare.

Cost (Includes lunch): €90 (Non-Members) €81 (Members – discount on web payment if logged in)



8.45 Registration and Coffee

9.30 KEYNOTE: Ruth Bradbrook: ‘Working creatively and actively with young people using Choice Theory’

Ruth is a Reality Therapy and Choice Theory Instructor with the WGI-UK Faculty. Her background is teaching Choice Theory to young people, especially those who are from challenging circumstances. She is the Co-Founding Director at Developing Youth Practice whose mission is to support and develop the youth sector workforce by using Choice Theory to build aspirations and promote sustainable behaviour change. Ruth loves to be active and has a strong need for fun! Her Keynote will be interactive and fun,. Drawing on her extensive experience working with young people, she will share a range of fun and engaging activities and games to teach key concepts from Choice Theory to young people and facilitate learning from the lived experience.


10.30 Annual General Meeting

11.15 Coffee

11.45 Workshop Session 1

Workshop A: Choice Theory and Teenager Wellbeing. Presenter: Brian Lennon.

Workshop B: Certification Presentations: Two of our newly-certified RTCs will share the presentations they offered for certification. Anita Doyle will present on: “Lead Management”, and Tracy Fox will present on “Parenting with Choice Theory”

1.15 LUNCH

2.30: KEYNOTE: Padraig O’Morain: Self-Compassion and the Quality World

Self-compassion has been defined as friendship towards the person you are now, combined with an awareness of what we have in common with other people, and mindfulness. Padraig O’Morain, author of ‘Kindfulness – be a true friend to yourself with mindful self-compassion’, will look at how we can use self-compassion as a filter to help us make good choices between our quality world pictures. Padraig is certified in Choice Theory and his books include ideas – acknowledged – from Dr Glasser’s work. He writes a weekly column, That’s Men, for The Irish Times Health supplement. His website  is


3.30 Coffee

4.00 Workshop Session 2

Workshop A: Creating the Quality Primary School: Engaging children, parents and teachers. Presenter: Stacey Hearne.

Workshop B: Self Care using Choice Theory. Presenter: Norah Finn.

5.30 Closure

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Summer Courses 2018

August 13th 2018: A huge congratulations to this group of people who completed their Basic Intensive Weeks Training in Choice Theory at the William Glasser Institute Ireland, with faculty instructor Norah Finn. We created a very special week together, filled with support, fun and learning. Thank you to the group for allowing me to experience YOU, and a big huge welcome to the WGII, we look forward to our continued journey together. Strong QW pictures formed. Back row L-R: Sarah Roche, Sharon Brady, Valerie Ní Raighne, Declan Maloney, Sandra Healy, Deborah Murphy, Norah Finn, Front row L-R: Daniel Wheatley, Ken Morrissey, Catherine Noonan, Siobhan Tormey, Fiona Keely, Yvonne Wheatley, Niamh Traynor.

June 22nd 2018: On behalf of the William Glasser Institute Ireland, we want to congratulate these students, who have just completed their Basic Intensive Weeks Training in Choice Theory/Reality Therapy, with Faculty Instructor Jimmie Woods, at Newcross College, in Finglas Dublin. We extend our congratulations to you all. Well, well done, and welcome to the WGII. We look forward to our continued journey together.

10th June 2018: On behalf of the William Glasser Institute Ireland, we want to congratulate these 12 students, who have just completed their Basic Intensive Weeks Training with Faculty Instructor Norah Finn, at Alethea Holistic and Healing Services in D 12.  We extend our congratulations to you. We don’t call it an “Intensive” by chance! Well, well done, and welcome to the WGII. We look forward to our continued journey together.
Back row, L to R: Olivia Faye, Catriona Roche, Debbie Byrne, Margaret Keane, Jennie Finnegan, Cliodhna Colgan, Norah Finn. Front row, L to R: Nuala Bergin, Jacqueline Walsh, Kim Owens, Siobhan Daffy, Una Ahearne, Margaret Fox.

21st July 2018: A little introduction to some of our WGI faculty team at our planning meeting today here at WGII. Quality work done!
L – R : Arthur Dunne, Anne Mannion, Marcella Finnerty, Brian Lennon, Ann Martin, Basil Gaffney, Norah Finn, Stacy McAuley



MO Connection Newsletter
 August 15, 2018

Those in attendance: Ali Sahebi (Iran), Al Zamel (Kuwait), Katina Diano-Vandenbroeck (Philippines), Jean Seville Suffield (Canada), Susan Fleming (Australia), Masaki Kakitani (Japan), Denzyl Wibooi (South Africa), John Cooper (Board Chair), and Kim Olver (WGI ED).

We had another productive and positive meeting. John and Kim shared the discussions of the International Board in Bogota. The Board is excited to restructure and become more representative of our membership by all MOs having representation on the board, instead of just large geographic areas being represented. We know we want to be an umbrella organization that creates standards to protect the quality of the work being done, provides an International presence for MOs to reference, and helps connect MOs with the exciting things that are happening other countries. WGI does not want to piecemeal this, nor do we want to decide everything without MO input. We plan to get a draft package together of what we are thinking and once this is complete and agreed upon, we will send it out for your comments, questions, suggestions and feedback. Stay tuned.


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