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comprehensive range of information and resources about improving ,
children's emotional literacy, and alleviating behaviour and mental
health problems through the use of play therapy, therapeutic play and
creative arts therapies. Your use of this web site is subject to the
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any time without notice and to shut down the Site
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downloaded outside of Ireland or accessed by certain persons
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responsible for the contents of any off-site pages or any other sites linked
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Irish law. Any claims or disputes (of whatever nature and not limited to
contractual issues) shall be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of
the Irish Courts.
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