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All those who contribute the development of content for are covered by Creative Commons License. We at continue to work and develop quality mental health information with the Psychological Counsellors in Third level Colleges in Ireland (PCHEI).

Terms of use

Guidelines for content provision were developed by the editorial team, made up of members of the PCHEI, and Leonard Douglas.

Please read these guidelines for the Terms of Use that highlight all submissions of text, images and works to are working with the understanding that the peer reviewed materials are intended in good faith for free access by our students for educational/personal use only.

With this is mind, a further Disclaimer section will be included. This will explain that work will be refreshed only by the original authors to facilitate updates in line with research/new information. This will enable the maintenance of the boundaries of the individual disciplines as well as protect, as far as is reasonably possible, the integrity of the original work/ownership by the individual organisations and serve to prevent any future derogatory use.

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