Provider: Cuan Mhuire and IT Tralee
Address: Tralee, Co Kerry
Contact: Admissions Officer
Telephone: 066 7145638
Graduates of counselling and psychotherapy programmes, completing studies in 2019 will be regulated under CORU, and all of the relevant Irish professional bodies will require practitioners in counselling to hold, as a minimum entry qualification, a NFQ Level 8 (Honours) Degree in counselling.
This one year programme has been specifically designed to facilitate holders of an NFQ Level 7 qualification in counselling to upskill and bring their qualifications into line with the upcoming changes in regulation.
The first semester will be delivered on Thursday evenings, Fridays and Saturdays over 12 weeks commencing 11 September, 2017 (excluding mid-term week commencing 30/10/2017).
• Research methods
• Psychodynamic perspectives
• Motivational interviewing
• Clinical supervision
The second semester will commence 22 January 2018 and will run every Saturday for 12 weeks (excluding week commencing 12/2/2018 and weeks 12/3/2018 to 31/3/2018).
• Advanced addiction studies
Counsellors with a NFQ Level 7 qualification in counselling.
Applicants must be 23 years of age on 01 January on the year of entry AND hold an NFQ Level 7 in Counselling (or equivalent) AND are accredited as counsellors with the IACP or ACI or NAPCP.
See website for further requirements http://www.ittralee.ie/en/
This is a collaborative programme between the Insitute of Technology Tralee and Cuan Mhuire/Galilee House of Studies in Athy, Co. Kildare.