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IACP meets Minister Jim Daly [26/01/18]

IACP: counselling/psychotherapy 'should be integral part of health service'

The IACP met with the Minister of State with responsibility for mental health, Jim Daly and Department of Health officials in Dublin on January 25. A wide range of issues were discussed,  including the IACP objective that all people should be able to access regulated professional Counselling and Psychotherapy services. The IACP's vision is one where Counselling and Psychotherapy are an integral part of healthcare provision.

The IACP promotes best practice and the development of the profession as well as safeguards for the public.Representing over 4,500 members, the IACP is the largest Counselling and Psychotherapy Association in Ireland. The IACP has established a comprehensive Code of Ethics and Practice. IACP also partners other National and International Counselling and Psychotherapy Associations to advance the development of Counselling and Psychotherapy.








(l to r) IACP Vice Chair Bernie Hackett, CEO Lisa Molloy, Minister Jim Daly and IACP Chair Ray Henry met at the Department of Health on January 25.  

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