Institute of Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy (IICP) return to exhibit at Education Expo Written by educationexpo on June 28, 2019

IICP courses

We are delighted to announce that IICP will be exhibiting one again at Education Expo. The Institute offers a range of Bachelor Degree, Masters and Certificate courses for prospective students. If you are interested in pursuing a career in mental health, get your FREE ticket today and we’ll see you 7th September in the RDS’s Industrial Hall.

About Institute of Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy

Over the past 15 years, IICP have built up a reputation for delivering professional, high quality CPD courses. These courses  concentrate on in-demand areas such as Counselling, Family Therapy, Integrated Supervision, Mindfulness, Anger Mangement and Supervision, Child & Adolescent Counselling & Psychotherapy amongst others. All their CPD courses are competitively priced and undergo regular quality checks to ensure the highest level of training is being provided. IICP offer a variety of IACP validated and QQI accredited courses ranging from Certificate level up to Masters Degree level.

Furthermore, IICP aim to contribute a community dimension to the development of mental health care and counselling. Notably, through the use of a practical, cutting-edge and integrative model, which formed the basis for this pioneering and innovative programme. They consider that training in counselling and psychotherapy is an inter-disciplinary endeavour. It’s a combination of art and science to include, amongst others, the disciplines of philosophy, psychology, sociology and anthropology.

 The ethos of IICP reflects the Quality School Model of CT/RT/LM, which promotes the following goals:

  • A warm, safe environment that is free from fear, criticism and coercion.
  • Clear and direct communication that enhances relationships and fosters an environment conducive to learning.
  • Clear goals and plans to maximise the training experience.
  • A contract of learning that clarifies roles and responsibilities for learners and lecturers.
  • Consistent feedback utilising self-evaluation, concurrent evaluation and co-verification.
  • A need-satisfying environment where choice and personal responsibility will enrich creativity, attitudes and the development of competent and confident practitioners.
  • A system for monitoring standards of good practice by promoting ethical awareness for both counsellors in training and lecturers.

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