Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
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MRC - Gender and Sexual Diversity in Counselling & Psychotherapy (15/04/23) CPD Presenter: Jim Hutton
Sheraton Hotel Athlone, Gleeson St, Athlone, Co. Westmeath
15-04-2023   Registration: 09:30.a.m.Starts: 10::00.a.m. - 16:00.p.m.
6 CPD hours
IACP Members only

Places Limited to 100

Bookings will close Thursday 13th April 2023

MRC - Gender and Sexual Diversity in Counselling & Psychotherapy

Presenters Bio: 

Jim Hutton first trained as a group and couple’s counsellor in 1979 with Stanhope Street Alcohol Treatment Centre, Dublin. He received his diploma in counselling at NUI Maynooth in 1999 before working for 21 years with Youthreach, the state’s agency for second chance education. He has a BA (Hons.) in counselling and psychotherapy. Jim has served as chairperson of the gender and sexual diversity group for IACP and is currently acting chair of IACP’s Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Committee.

Workshop Outline:

This presentation aims to provide an introduction to LGBTI+ Headline History,both National and International.

To offer insight and preparation for the inclusion of Gender & Sexual Diversity work now or in future individual practice.

To outline the Importance of “role” and “language use” in the therapeutic space.

To highlight common fears, perceptions and misconceptions in this area in the therapeutic space.

To provide further resourcing information and contact details for same.

CPD Certs will be emailed to participants after attendance at the Event

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