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SERC AGM 2017 & "Counselling in the field of Addiction" (02/12/17)

Presenter: Ger Campbell

Event Details
Newpark Hotel Kilkenny
Registration 9:30am. Start 10.00am to 2pm

South East  Regional Committee

Present a Workshop entitled: AGM 2017  &  

Counselling in the field of Addiction


Presenters Bio: Ger Campbell is an accredited psychotherapist and addiction counsellor with the HSE. She also holds a Masters in Adult Education and has lectured and acted as co-ordinator on the Certificate and Diploma Courses in Addiction Studies with NUI Maynooth for many years.

Her work as a therapist and an educator are strongly influenced by a humanistic and existential philosophy.

Workshop Outline: Ger will give an overview of counselling in the field of addiction, offering theory,insight, practical tools  and interventions for counsellors in private practice. She will also provide information on referral pathways.

Training Level: All Levels.

 CPD certificates will be emailed to participants after attendance at the Workshop



Workshop Limited to 30 places. IACP Members Only.

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