The Greenane Centre, Greenane. Tipperary Town, E34 CX13

Professional Training

Our Specialist Diploma in Neurodiversity Informed Psychotherapy is suitable for qualified Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Psychologists, Art Therapists, Play Therapists, Guidance Counsellors, and therapists in training, who wish to ensure a strengths based, neurodiversity affirming and informed approach in their clinical work. Click for more

 

The importance of evaluating the effects of trauma is critical and has substantial implications for case-formulation and treatment planning in therapy. Therefore, before therapists can work with a client’s trauma they need to have a sound understanding of what trauma is and how to engage with it safely. Click for more

 

Adolescent Psychotherapy is an expanding and specialist area of practice. In ensuring principles of best practices when working with this client group, therapists need to possess the appropriate knowledge, skills and competencies in order to ensure they are working ethically, professionally and effectively with this population group. Click for more

 

This innovative, comprehensive, reflective and evidence based Specialist Diploma in Developmental Trauma is appropriate for a wide range of professionals who wish to develop a specialism in Developmental Trauma. It will have a focus on neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiological and attachment theory ensuring a clear theoretical framework underpinned by research and the principals of Trauma and Attachment Informed Care. Click for more

 

Underpinned by the latest research highlighting neuroscientific influences affecting the eating disordered brain, participants will explore the different eating disorders namely Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia, Binge Eating Disorder and Avoidant /Restrictive Food Intake Disorder ( AFRID).  In addition, participants will be exposed to a wide range of theoretical models addressing the types, causes and symptoms of eating disorders. Click for more

 

Integrative Sand Tray Stories © is a projective, dynamic, symbolic and sensory model of psychotherapy. Using a sand tray, water and symbols, the client is enabled to bypass their thinking, logical and analytical brain, facilitating the safe unfolding of their unconscious conflicts. The sand tray story therapist’s atunement and unconditional acceptance of the clients process, enables the development of the client’s sense of agency and psychological healing. Click for more