Wellbeing Support Session for CTC Students

CTC is pleased to offer a new initiative that focuses on student wellbeing. Starting 25th January, we would like to offer a monthly free 1 hour webinar to all CTC students.
These student wellbeing support sessions will be a series of stand alone webinars focusing on self care, wellbeing and mindful interactions to support personal development and resourcing. Self care is essential in therapeutic work so laying patterns and finding what best supports you on an individual basis will have both short and long term benefits.
Places are limited and are secured on a first come first served basis, by booking in via the website. If you book a place and are no longer able to attend another student may attend in your place.
If attending any of these sessions over the academic year please have some paper and art supplies available for use.
Emer McDonagh
Lecturers
Qualifications:SIAPTP
Role:Lecturer

Emer holds an MA in Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy and Play Therapy and a BA (HONS) in Applied Social Studies in Social Care. She has extensive experience working with children who have experienced domestic violence and also with non residential parents and their children, maintaining and promoting quality contact. Emer has been involved in the Daphne III programme Responding to Child Parent Violence action research project, training in Non Violent Resistance and the Break 4 Change programme targeting services to families affected by Child Parent Violence. Emer has also completed Intensive Filial Therapy Training, and mindfulness training. Emer also provides a family support role with families affected by meningitis. She has developed a number of workshops to support adults such as “You, Your Thoughts & Your ACTions”, addressing stress and anxiety, “Don’t Just Survive, Thrive!, parenting children affected by Meningitis”. She has also developed and facilitated workshops to support whole families including “Reconnecting after Meningitis” and the sibling support workshop “Me Too!”. Emer has worked with the Brothers of Charity services and been involved in a number of Humanitarian aid projects in both Ethiopia and Peru. Currently Emer is in private practice at Acorns 2 Oaks Therapy Services and also provides trainings for professionals working with vulnerable children. Emer facilitates our Level 6 Therapeutic Play Skills Certificate in Galway and also works as a CTC supervisor.

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