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Batt, Vivienne and Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse and Falvey, Fiona (2002) Perspectives on the provision of counselling for women in Ireland. Dublin: Women's Health Council.

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This report was commissioned by the Women's Health Council in conjunction with the Women's Health Advisory Committees of the Northern Area Health Board, East Coast Area Health Board, South Western Area Health Board, the North Western Health Board and the Southern Health Board. The aim of this report was to collate the experience of counselling services from women, service providers and health professionals, how effective they perceive the service to be and how the counsellng service can be enhanced in the future. The term 'counselling' is used to include psychotherapy as well as counselling. Interviews, literature survey, questionnaires and documentation from health boards and service providers were used to complete this report.


Date
2002
Call No
JU4.6, TE10, VH4.2
Pages
136 p.
Publisher
Women's Health Council
Place of Publication
Dublin
Keywords
adequacy of health care programs and facilities, counselling, counselling service, Ireland, mental health, mental-health-facility-based prevention, prevention, psychotherapy, woman
Notes
Includes appendices and bibliography.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 3328 (Available)

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