CONFERENCE: “The Role of Psychotherapy in a Healthy Ireland.”
VENUE: Radisson Blu Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8.
Psychotherapy plays a central role in the management of mental illness and good mental health, in an Irish population becoming more aware of our personal mental health.
Nessa Childers MEP in partnership with The Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP) will hold a national conference with international and Irish speakers, which will be of interest to a national audience working in and supporting the role of psychotherapy in the Irish health services.
The conference is aimed at health professionals and policy makers.
The ICP represents more than 1,500 registered psychotherapists in Ireland, with 11 member organisations.
Nessa Childers MEP is an non-party member of the European Parliament representing Dublin and is also co-chair of the European Parliament Mental Health Interest Group. Prior to becoming a full time politician in 2009, Nessa worked in private practice as a psychotherapist for over twenty-five years.
The conference is being funded by the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists & Democrats in the European Parliament and held in partnership with Irish Council for Psychotherapy
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