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Training, The Wild Atlantic Way

Joanne Hanrahan

Latest 2022 Course Offerings Now Available to Book

Ecotherapy 'Home & Away' Training (Hybrid)

20 Hours CPD - Delivered Hybrid (Online & In Person)


Online Sessions: Sat 17th & Sat 2rth Sept 2022
In Person Sessions: Sat 8th & Sun 9th Oct 2022

Venue for In Person: The Glen, Ennistymion, Co. Clare
Delivered & Hosted by Joanne Hanrahan


Ecotherapy Core Training (Online)

15 Hours CPD - Delivered Fully Online


Online Sessions: Autumn/Winter Dates Coming Soon

Delivered & Hosted by Joanne Hanrahan

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Experiential Outdoor, Selfcare & Skills Workshop 

6 Hours CPD - Delivered Fully In Person


In Person Sessions: Autumn/Winter Dates Coming Soon

Venue for In Person: The Glen, Ennistymion, Co. Clare 

Delivered & Hosted by Joanne Hanrahan

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Ecotherapy: A Trauma Informed Introduction

6 Hours CPD - Delivered Fully Online


Stay Tuned for information on this new exciting partnership with the Therapy Academy.

Delivered by Joanne Hanrahan
Hosted By Therapy Academy

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Nature Based Supervision Group

17.5 Hours Group Supervision - Online & In Person

9 Sessions : 5 Online (1.5 Hours) & 4 Outdoors In Person (2.5 Hours)
Monthly Sessions From September 2022 - May 2023
Delivered by Joanne Hanrahan
Maximum 4 Participants

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Joanne Hanrahan is Psychotherapist, Trauma Specialist, Trainer, Career Coach and Keynote Speaker. She is accredited by the IAHIP, registered with ICP and is a member of the IGC. Joanne has almost 25 years of experience in Psychotherapy and Counselling. Having dedicated her early career to the development and delivery of school counselling services, she now works as a Psychotherapist in private practice in Liscannor Co. Clare, Ireland.


Joanne’s therapeutic approach is trauma informed having completed considerable training in ‘Somatic Experiencing’ and ‘The Polyvagal Theory’. She completed her MSc research thesis on the role Nature can play in Psychotherapy. Joanne has presented her research findings, and clinical experience of taking therapy outside at a number of international conferences over the last 5 years. With a keen interest in nature’s regulating properties and ongoing research in ‘Green Care’ she now brings her knowledge of trauma and ‘Ecotherapy’ both to her practice and to the training of other Mental Health Professionals. Joanne regularly facilitates workshops and training in the Corporate, Educational and Mental Health sectors both in Ireland and the UK. Her recent training schedule included both in person experiential workshops as well as online training in Outdoor Psychotherapy.

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I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out 'til sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in."                                                                          - John Muir

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