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Counsellor Therapists required for a number of sessional community based assignments within the HSE Counselling in Primary Care Services (CIPC), to be based in CHO 5, covering Kilkenny city & county and Waterford City & County.
What is CIPC?
The HSE National Counselling Service (NCS) has developed a Counselling in Primary Care service (CIPC). CIPC is the provision of short term counselling in primary care settings to medical card holders aged 18 years and over by professionally qualified counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists under the supervision of the HSE NCS.
An applicant must possess;
Hold a qualification at Level 7 or higher on the QQI framework in a human science discipline (medical, psychological, social, educational) or hold a qualification at Level 7 or higher in a health and social care profession.
PLUS 2A OR 2B
(2) A (i) Hold a degree or post-graduate qualification in counselling, or psychotherapy recognised by one of the following, as appropriate:, the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP), or one of the five sections within the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP)
(2) A (ii) Have full accredited membership with one of the following: IACP or one of the five sections within ICP. Pre-accredited hours must include a minimum of 100 hours of one to one counselling/psychotherapy with adult clients under the supervision of an IACP / ICP accredited
(2) B (i) Hold Chartered Membership with the PSI and be a full member of the
Clinical or Counselling Psychology Division of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI).
(2) B (ii) Provide proof of application for Chartership with the PSI and full membership of the Clinical or Counselling Psychology Division of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI). (NB: Candidates must provide proof of attaining Chartership and full membership of the Counselling or
Clinical Division before a contract of employment can be offered).