Jeanette Rigney, of the Tabor Institute is no longer a member of IAHIP from Sunday 9th February 2014.

Withdrawal of membership

Following the conclusion of the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP) complaints procedure, investigating a complaint against Jeanette Rigney, the membership of Jeanette Rigney in IAHIP has been withdrawn by IAHIP.

Jeanette Rigney is no longer a member of IAHIP from Sunday 9th February 2014.

Ursula Somerville, MIAHIP
Honorary & Membership Secretary
Membership | withdrawal | Published: February 9, 2014 Continue reading

Jeanette Rigney’s Libel Therapy Phoenix Dec 16, 2011

We produce this article as part of our archive on the Tabor Institute.

You will note that the Institute did not take up the right of reply offered by DI, nor did they offer any examples of material which was inaccurate. They  also wrote to a former Chair of Dialogue Ireland who was dead at the time they wrote to him in 2010.

We again offer them space to publish any article covering the Tabor Institute which will not be censored. Continue reading

Correspondence from Jeanette Rigney and John Sherwin of TABOR

Correspondence from Jeanette Rigney and John Sherwin of TABOR:

Tabor Corr

Dialogue Ireland received a forwarded registered letter to our former Chairperson who died earlier this year. It was addressed to Veritas House and they forwarded it to us. Unfortunately, Fr Tierney died in May of this year and was not involved with Dialogue Ireland for over 10 years. Continue reading

The esoteric and exoteric dimensions of Tabor.

Following the article in the Sunday Times by Colin Coyle we feel that a few pictures are worth a thousand words.  These are taken from Tabor Photos of the Course found on the public site for Tabor on Face Book.   We show them to illustrate the esoteric and exoteric dimensions in Tabor. To protect the privacy of those who no longer wish to be associated with Tabor their images have been removed. Continue reading

Students quit the ‘cult-like’ Tabor Centre, Sunday Times by Colin Coyle

More than half the students at a psychotherapy institute have walked out, writes Colin Coyle.

STUDENTS at a psychotherapy institute have staged a “walk-out” following accusations of unethical and “cult-like” behaviour. More than half of the 60 students at the Tabor Institute, which has centres in Dublin and Mullingar, did not return to complete their studies following the summer break. Some claim they were intimidated by Jeanette Rigney, the institute’s founder and director.

Tabor Sunday Times (c)

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Post on incorrect comment by Louise from IAHIP

In light  of a comment by 

2010/09/20 at 1:05 pm

we have provided  IRISH ASSOCIATION OF HUMANISTIC & INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY an opportunity to correct what is in fact out of date material and in fact incorrect. Continue reading

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