This module is the equivalent of 10 credits from the first year of our MA in Integrative Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy. Suitably qualified therapists who meet the entry requirements have the option to progress onto the MA should they wish to do so.
This module aims to give the learner a solid foundation in the theoretical and clinical underpinnings of child and adolescent counselling and psychotherapy, with a particular focus on Geldard and Geldard’s Sequentially Planned Integrative Counselling for Children (SPICC). For this module assessment, learners who wish to obtain both the CPD cert and the certificate of credits will submit a 4,000-word essay that critically evaluates the theoretical and clinical underpinnings of the SPICC model.
|Saturday 27th January
|Saturday 9th March
|Sunday 10th March
|Friday 5th April
|Friday 24th April
Those eligible to apply are practising therapists who hold either an honours degree, Level 8 on The National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ), in counselling and psychotherapy, or equivalent. Or an honours degree, Level 8 on the NFQ, plus a professional diploma in counselling and psychotherapy that meets with IACP/IAHIP course recognition standards (or equivalent). The diploma must have counselling and psychotherapy at its core.
Learners who wish to obtain the college certificate of credits will have to submit the assignment. Learners who just wish to obtain the CPD Certificate will be issued with this upon completion of the final assignment.
The course will be delivered onsite (2 days) in our Tallaght Campus and online (3 days).
€900.00 (Deposit of €270 required to secure place on course.)
Applications to this course are done online using the link below. If you have any queries, please contact the office on 01 4664205 or call Triona on 086 0499154.
Simply click the below button to be brought to our online application process. When prompted, please select ‘CPD Courses (Long-Term)’, then select ‘Sequentially Planned Integrative Counselling for Children Jan 2024″ and complete the form.