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Internet users must switch off to beat addiction, say counsellors

 

Internet users must switch off to beat addiction, say counsellors

Internet users must learn to switch off and overcome their online addiction, according to the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP).

ICPPD to offer professional qualification in holistic counselling and psychotherapy in GMIT

The International College for Personal and Professional Development (ICPPD) is based in Athlone with outreach centres at Belfast, Dublin, Galway, and Wexford. The ICPPD was set up to inspire, encourage, and support continuous learning. The college provides training and education to adult learners interested in personal development or a career in counselling and psychotherapy, and to professionals already working in those areas.

Students urged to seek help for personal problems

As thousands of students embark on their biggest adventure yet, a recent survey by the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) reveals that almost one in four (23 per cent) adults would be embarrassed to seek professional help for personal problems and only six per cent of under 25s in Ireland would seek professional help to deal with personal issues.

One in five people in Connacht embarrassed about mental health

One in five of adults in Connacht said they would be embarrassed if people knew they were attending a counsellor or psychotherapist. This is according to a nationwide study undertaken by Behaviour and Attitudes for the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP).

Courses in counselling available in Castlebar

Castlebar Counselling and Therapy Centre is currently offering a number of courses for those who would like to explore a new profession.

A qualification in Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy at ICPPD

The International College for Personal and Professional Development, Athlone, is offering various training and educational programmes which promote a holistic approach to well-being. The programmes include a one year foundation certificate course in Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy, and a three year diploma, part-time, professional qualification in Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy. They also offer many other programmes and workshops for the public and for professionals in the field of psychological therapies.

Every day is open day at ICPPD Athlone

The International College for Personal and Professional Development, a third level college located in the well known and established professional area at Garden Vale, Athlone, Co Westmeath is open almost every day and invites anyone interested in a career in counselling and psychotherapy to call and meet with staff who will give them information on all training and educational programmes offered at ICPPD.

Ensure your therapist is qualified, say IACP

At a recent Midlands region AGM in the Grand Hotel Moate, accredited members of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) voiced their concerns for clients who are attending counsellors and psychotherapists who are not qualified or trained in the area.

 

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