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.
This Diploma In Integrative Adolescent Psychotherapy has been developed in response to the ever growing demand for competent and appropriately trained adolescent counsellors and psychotherapists.
CPD Recognised and Approved by The Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (IACP )
Diploma in Integrative Adolescent Psychotherapy
Diploma addresses and incorporates the core competencies for working therapeutically with adolescents as set out in IACP’s "Standards for Working with Under 18’s" document.
CPD Recognised and Approved by The Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy
Awarded 143 IACP CPD Points.
Delivered by a team of highly experienced and accredited therapists who have expertise in Adolescent Psychotherapy
Ethical and Legal Issues Pertaining to Working Therapeutically with Adolescents
Adolescent Development across all developmental domains
Parental Involvement in Adolescent Psychotherapy
Developmental Trauma and Implications in Therapy
CBT Principles and Practices with Adolescent Clients
Brief Solution Focused Principles and Practices with Adolescent Clients
Integrating Choice Theory and Reality Therapy with Adolescent Clients
Therapeutic Art Principals and Practice with Adolescent Clients
Theory and Guiding Principles of Utilising Sand Trays with Adolescent Clients
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy with Adolescents
Responding to Suicidal Ideation & Self Harming Behaviours
Participants who complete this Diploma will become proficient in working integratively with adolescents in a manner appropriate to their level of need, ability, developmental level and social context.
Programme Structure & Fees
This CPD Diploma is open to practitioners who have successfully completed
Participants must be accredited or working towards accreditation with an accrediting body such as IAHIP, IACP, IAPTP, BACP, PSI or equivalent.
Commencing Saturday 15th February 2020.
11 weekends once a month from February 2020 to December 2020.
The daily schedule will be 9.30am – 5.30pm, Saturday and Sunday.
Participants much complete 40 hours of one to one client work with adolescents.
Participants must also complete 8 hours of one to one clinical supervision with an accredited supervisor who has expertise in working therapeutically with adolescent clients.
All modules have both a theoretical and practical component. Some are more theoreticality based with an in-built practical application, whereas others are largely experiential with theoretical underpinnings.
Programme Fee & Payment Schedule
Full Fee: €1,950
€450 due on application.
€1,000 due on programme start date.
€500 due on first day of Module 2.
Request an application form by emailing email@example.com or completing the contact form below.
Return completed application form with £450 deposit to:
The Greenane Centre
Cross of The Tree
Once your application has been received a phone interview will be arranged.