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Report of the Expert Group on Mental Health Policy
Cloonee House, which was finally completed in 1757, was built as a hunting lodge on the shores of Lough Carra for the Browne family of Westport House (Lord Altamont).
Psychotherapy is for anyone who wants help, perhaps at a time of crisis or otherwise, who is unhappy with his or her present circumstances and hopes for change, or who wishes to make progress in personal development.
Established in 1981, the IACP identifies, develops and maintains professional standards of excellence in counselling and psychotherapy through education, training and accreditation.
IAHIP is the professional body in Ireland for humanistic and integrative psychotherapy. Humanistic and integrative psychotherapy has its roots in humanistic philosophy, which emphasises human dignity and the human capacity for fulfilment. It aims to work with a full range of influences to encourage the development of the individual and her/his relationship to others and to society.
BACP is a professional body representing counselling and psychotherapy with over 37,000 members and works toward a better standard of therapeutic practice.
Psychotherapists are trained to relate to and treat people who are distressed. We work to alleviate personal suffering and encourage change.
The Association was established following the publication in 2006 of the report of the 'Expert Group on Mental Health' entitled 'A Vision for Change'.