Michelle Dunne and Yvonne Power, welcome you to the Play Therapy Ireland Website
Michelle and Yvonne can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Our site is intended to provide a complete information resource for therapeutic play, play therapy and creative arts therapies. We hope that you will find it useful and enjoy it!
The National Qualifications Authority of Ireland (the NQAI) have approved the alignment of the APAC and the National University of Ireland play therapy training awards with the National Framework of Qualifications (the NFQ).
Play Therapy Conference Ireland
Regency hotel on the 29th of March 2014, €160.00 for the full Day including carvery Lunch, free parking and a workshop of your choice.
For the first time we will have international speaker Dr Joyce Mills as our Keynote speaker. With workshops from Amy Davis, Deirdre Kavanagh, Joyce mills and Julie Meighan.
Places are limited, don't miss out! Book before January 15th and avail of our early bird of €130.00.
Download the flyer HERE
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Therapy Resources - Members offering play therapy and related services
The only play therapy courses currently run in Ireland with valid University Post Graduate awards are the APAC courses which are delivered in a collaborative
partnership with National University of Ireland and which have been approved by the NQAI as equivalent to HETAC level 9. Please check the status of any
play therapy course you want to undertake with PTI on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We are proud to announce APAC's Post Graduate Certificate & Post Graduate Diploma running in collaborative partnership with NUI Galway. Summer School for 15 days starts 8th July 2014 Click For More Details
The Play Therapy Ireland website is designed for everybody interested in helping children with emotional, behaviour or mental health problems including parents, carers, teaching staff, nurses, care workers, social
workers, counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, play therapists, paediatricians, students etc
New Leaflet for Members' Use see News
Ireland needs 1531 Play Therapists. This is the estimate produced by Play Therapy Ireland's Demand Model, just published. See which counties and areas have the highest need - see News
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