QQI degree in holistic counselling and psychotherapy at ICPPD Athlone and Galway

The International College for Personal and Professional Development (ICPPD ) is offering a part-time degree in holistic counselling and psychotherapy, commencing again in September 2017 in Athlone and Galway. This three-year degree programme is validated by Quality Qualifications of Ireland (QQI ), ensuring it is an internationally recognised programme and qualification. ICPPD is a specialist in the field of holistic counselling and psychotherapy training and education.

ICPPD’s BA degree is also accredited by the national professional accrediting bodies Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP ) and the National Association for Pastoral Counselling and Psychotherapy (NAPCP ).

The focus of ICPPD’s counselling education and training programmes is on experiential learning and practitioner preparedness. This BA is unique; the programme with its third level academic standards also combines and supports a body, mind, spirit focus. Participants and graduates of programmes at ICPPD acknowledge and appreciate the holistic ethos, the learner centred environment, the expertise of tutors, and the support of staff who are experienced in the field of education and psychotherapy.

Ten-week personal development programmes, introductory courses in holistic counselling and psychotherapy, professional certificate in psychosynthesis, professional diploma in expressive arts, and an IACP accredited diploma in advanced supervision for professionals are also offered at ICPPD Athlone and other venues. One and two-day therapeutic workshops are also offered, and for anyone interested in online courses, ICPPD offers short CPD programmes in mindfulness, personal development, bereavement and loss, etc.

Applications are being accepted for all programmes commencing this academic year 2017/18.

For full details of all courses at ICPPD, visit www.icppd.com or call 0906 470484.

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