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  • 28/09/2021 12:46 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    50% of Irish adults treated for a mental health difficulty 

    Nearly half of Irish adults have been treated for a mental health difficulty in 2021, as found in our annual Attitudes to Mental Health and Stigma Survey. The report highlights the increase in mental health concerns during the pandemic, the impact on children's mental health and the ongoing need for support.  See the full survey here>>

    St. Patrick's Mental Health Services

  • 22/09/2021 12:48 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Irish Hospice Foundation Forum 2021 is approaching and this year's theme is ‘Are we the same? The art of losing and building back better’. Each day begins with a scene-setting keynote, while each afternoon offers an opportunity to explore a narrower focus through parallel breakout sessions where short presentations are followed by a panel discussion.

    Please click the link below for information on how to attend:


  • 11/08/2021 12:30 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CORU is Ireland’s multi-profession health and social care regulator, set up to protect the public by promoting high standards of professional conduct, education, training and competence through statutory registration of health and social care professionals.

    IAHIP (Accredited and Pre-Accredited) Members will receive an email over the next few days asking to complete a survey of training completed prior to IAHIP Membership. This is part of a scoping exercise to help CORU understand the role or remit of accreditation of education and training programmes, process for determining suitability of qualifications for application for pre-accredited membership and/or other mechanisms in place regarding education quality assurance.

    If you have not received this email by Tuesday 17th August please contact admin@iahip.org

  • 28/05/2021 11:18 | Anonymous

    This is an annual event hosted by Irish Hospice Foundation since 2016 (except 2020 due to the pandemic). This event brings organisations and individuals who support those who are bereaved across Ireland together. Previous attendees include a wide variety of people, such as bereavement nurses, GP’s, social workers, bereavement volunteers, chaplains, therapists, information service staff, NGO CEO’s and many more, from a wide range of organisations, at all levels of bereavement care (from information, peer support to counselling and therapy). 

    This year's National Bereavement Forum will take place Thursday, June 10th, 10am to 1pm. 

    The format of the day was informed by a national bereavement service survey we conducted last month (see schedule and more information about the event at the end of this email). 

    You can book your FREE place for the forum using this link:  https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/national-bereavement-forum-2021-tickets-155984623207

  • 24/05/2021 13:36 | Anonymous

    'Psychotherapy Off the Couch' is a brand new podcast from the Irish Council for Psychotherapy. Each week, it brings listeners topical discussion and conversation with leading psychotherapists from across Ireland regarding a wide range of subjects, from relationships and resilience to coping strategies and children. 

    You can access the podcast here >>
  • 23/05/2021 13:38 | Anonymous

    The attached European Association of Psychotherapy survey is as a result of an EAP Questionnaire conducted in Autumn 2020.  Many IAHIP psychotherapists took part in this research.

    This report presents the results of the survey and offers a useful resource for our members. It is also a means of informing members of the public, General Practitioners, Government, HSE and other stakeholders about what psychotherapy is and the effectiveness of our profession. It is also beneficial to see how we as psychotherapists worked for the benefit of our many clients during a very stressful time and it will most likely help inform our practices for the future.

    Access the EAP Survey here >>

  • 25/03/2021 17:36 | Anonymous

    We are delighted to confirm that the 2021 IAHIP AGM will  take place on Saturday 12th June. Members will receive an official email invitation in the coming days.

    The AGM will be in virtual format, via Zoom, allowing all members who wish to attend to do so safely.

    We will be sending all relevant documents and information via email.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

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