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IACP Behaviour & Attitudes Research

Counselling & Psychotherapy Quantitative Research into Public Experience and Attitudes

The IACP commissioned research company - Behaviour & Attitudes - to conduct ‘Counselling & Psychotherapy Experience & Attitudes Quantitative Research’.

The results of the research give a fascinating insight of the attitudes of the Irish public towards counselling / psychotherapy.

Over the past few months we have released some of the findings to the Media and we have received a high amount of interest and indeed exposure in the press, radio and also TV.

By creating a discussion in the media, it has really helped to raise awareness of the issues, the IACP and also awareness of what Counselling / psychotherapy has to offer the general population.

This research is the first of its kind for the IACP and we have established a Research Committee to drive new research initiatives within the IACP.

As part of this Research Development, the IACP will be co-hosting the prestigious 2013 BACP Research Conference in Birmingham, England.

This is a significant step forward in the development of the IACP’s research strategy and a great opportunity for IACP members to become more involved with research.

This IACP research is available to download on this page (left).



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Supervisors Forum- Ennis (21/09/19)
Facilitators: Christina Hogan



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