Categories: Therapist

Business Hours

09:30 am to 06:00 pm
Break Time
09:30 am to 06:00 pm
Break Time
09:30 am to 06:00 pm
Break Time
09:30 am to 06:00 pm
Break Time
09:30 am to 06:00 pm
Break Time

Address Info


Kilkilleen Church Cross Skibbereen Co., Cork, County Cork, Ireland


Tel: 0899809115
Mob: 0899809115


51.5293209, -9.3983514


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International Certification In Counseling
Professional Herbalsit Certificate Elizabeth Heck Herb School
KEW Training Academey Accredited CTAA / Complementary Therapists Accredited Association
USUI RYOHO REIKI Practitioner Lineage Master Teacher
Sound Healing & Sound Therapy Accredited Practitioner
Human Anatomy & Physiology, Introduction to Naturopathic Medicine Module 2: Human Anatomy and Physiology Module 3: Disease of the Respiratory system Module 4: Diseases of the Digestive System Module 5: Cardiovascular Disease Module 6: Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat Module 7: Diseases of the Nervous System Module 8: Skin Disease (Dermatology) Module 9: Diseases of the Urinary System Module 1 O: Gynaecology Module 11: Metabolic and Joint Disease Module 12: Acupressure and Reflexology Module 13: Homeopathy
Digestive System 1, TACT, Endocrine System Immune, Aura & Electric System, Nervous System, Digestive System 2, Emotional Clearing, Advanced Structure
AP1022 Social Psychology AP1023 Lifespan Development EC1117& EC1118 Markets & Government: An Introduction to Economics SS1017 & SS1018 Politics & Social Policy (1 & 2) SC1012Introduction to Sociology, SC1013 Key Issues in Sociology Electives PH1005 An Introduction to Philosophy & Social Science or SS1012 Social Practice & the Social Professions Year 2 Modules: Core: Social Policy, Sociology, Psychology, Philosophy, Economics Electives: Social Policy; Sociology; Statistics; Languages; Philosophy Year 3 Modules: Core: Politics and Social Policy, Social Research Project Electives: Sociology; Social Policy; Economics; Social Work and Social Services; Sociology and Society; Applied Psychology; Languages; Philosophy; Statistics See the College Calendar for more detailed information on the programme and the Book of Modules for a more detailed description of programme modules.
SS1101 Introduction to Youth & Community Work SS1102 Social Analysis SS1104 Principles and Practice of Youth and Community Work SS1105 Social Policy 1 SS1107 Level 1 Professional Placement SS1110 Informal/Non-Formal Learning in a Community Youth Work Setting Year 2 Modules: SS2101 Communications and Community Youth Work SS2102 Working with Individuals in a Community Youth Work Setting SS2103 Working with Groups in a Community Youth Work Setting SS2104 Social Analysis II SS2105 Social Policy II SS2107 Placement II SS2108 Introduction to Research Methods. Year 3 Modules: Core: SS3114 Project Planning, Management and Leadership Skills SS3102 Law, Rights and Equal Opportunities SS3104 Reflective Action in Youth and Community Work SS3105 Social Policy Studies: The Position of Minorities SS3107 Placement III SS3113 Research Methods II Electives: Housing and Homelessness; Education and Welfare; Poverty and Social Exclusion; Youth Policy and Practice; The Politics of Racism; Social Perspectives in Mental Health; Sexuality and Society; Comparative Social Policy; Issues in Planning and Sustainable Development; Politics of Health and Medicine; Critical Perspectives of Age and Ageing; Personal Lives and Family Policy; Penal Policy and Practice; Global and Environmental Issues in Youth and Community Work.
Integrated Energy Therapy® is the art of healing with the loving and pure energy of spirit. IET® works at the next level beyond Reiki to detect and release energy blocks formed by suppressed emotions. Energy blocks lead to physical, emotional, mental and spiritual disorders. IET® is a safe, gentle, nurturing way to release patterns of the past and help you empower and balance your life. It provides gentle but powerful support for survivors of childhood traumas such as physical and sexual abuse, alcoholic and dysfunctional families. Brain cells remember facts but cells in the rest of the body remember and store the suppressed emotion connected to any event that cannot be dealt with at the particular time it happens, so, for example the emotion of ‘fear’ becomes suppressed in the cellular memory area of the kidneys, anger in the liver & gallbladder etc. and these suppressed emotions create blockages in the natural flow of life energy resulting in physical/emotional/mental issues. Anger is a very strong emotion so it takes a lot of energy to keep it suppressed (if it is not possible to have it expressed in a healthy manner) and this can result in the person feeling lethargic or even depressed as too much of their energy is being used up trying to suppress the powerful negative emotion.
Master Of Social Science Youth Work & Education
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