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MA in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

IICP College
Course Info - Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy is a specialised area of practice. This Master’s programme will equip […]
Flexible Learning, Part Time and Evening

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MA in Work-Related Psychology

ICHAS (Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences)
Course Info - Overview This MA in Work-Related Psychology will allow learners to understand the principles of Work-Related […]
Flexible Learning, Part Time and Evening

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Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy

PCI College provide a 75 hour part-time certificate course in counselling and psychotherapy with an emphasis on individuals that are interested in exploring their own personal development and growth. This course is designed to be the first step to a career in counselling and to provide useful skills that you[...]

CBT for OCD and Health Anxiety

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Health Anxiety Disorder (formerly known as hypochondria) are both in the spotlight at present due to the nature of the Coronavirus threat. The link is not just the level of the frequent handwashing that we are advised to do – that is only a relatively[...]

Supervising the Trainee Therapist

Supervising Trainee Therapists is a challenging and rewarding endeavour. This short one-day course introduces supervisors to working with contemporary trainee therapists and provides insights from research and contemporary practice on how to more effectively supervise early stage development therapists and trainee therapists. Clinical Supervision “is generally rated the second most[...]

An Introduction to GSRD

An Introduction to Gender, Sexuality & Relationship Diverse Clients (GSRD) Previously, courses exploring human sexuality often focussed on issues of difference (when compared to heterosexuality) rather than capture the broad diversity and complex interactions between gender, sexuality and relationship diverse clients. These were often called LGBT issues, which set those[...]