Certificate in Child and Adolescent
Counselling & Psychotherapy
The aim of this programme is to facilitate counsellors and therapists in furthering their knowledge and experience in working as a therapist with children and adolescents. This programme will focus on an integrated model for counselling minors and will include a placement component.
There will be ten full teaching days and 20 hours of peer group discussion. There is also a requirement for 50 hours of supervised clinical work to achieve the award. The programme will run over a series of Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year from April to July 2017 and will include workshops and lectures. Candidates have a full calendar year in which to complete the clinical requirements.
• The course is open to counsellors and psychotherapists, counselling psychologists and/or clinical psychologists, or those with a recognised clinical qualification in the helping profession.
• Applicants must have experience of working with clients therapeutically and under supervision.
• Learners will demonstrate an ability to engage in self-directed learning.
• Group Project
• Theory Essay
• Supervision Report & Self-Evaluation of Supervision
The course runs over 10 teaching days as follows:
1. Sunday 05 November 2017
2. Sunday 12 November 2017
3. Sunday 19 November 2017
4. Sunday 26 November 2017
5. Sunday 03 December 2017
6. Sunday 10 December 2017
7. Sunday 17 December 2017
8. Sunday 14 January 2018
9. Sunday 21 January 2018
10. Sunday 28 January 2018
Each day runs from 9 am to 5 pm.
Certificate in Child and Adolescent Counselling & Psychotherapy.
An additional €60 application fee will apply.
Additional costs include clinical supervision, as well as books and play therapy material.
Payment Plan options are available.
• The core ethos of IICP is to provide a student centred, warm and supportive learning environment.
• The programme is highly interactive, experiential and taught through lectures, small group work, video and role-play.
• Learners on this programme will be registered with a My Athens password and username so that they have access to EBSCOs online psychological and behavioural science journal collection.
For more details please visit our website: www.iicp.ie/cpdcourses/childadolescent
Or contact: IICP Office: 01 466 4205 / 087 905 5330