The William Glasser Institute Ireland is recognised by William Glasser International to run official courses in Reality Therapy and other applications of Choice Theory Psychology as developed by Dr. William Glasser.
Brief introductory talks may be organised by contacting WGII using details published at the bottom of this page.
A “Take Charge of Your Life” workshop is intended for the general public.
A “Basic Training Course” is the first step in formal Reality Therapy or Choice Theory training although many people who have no interest in further training find it a very complete entity in itself.
For those who wish to have full training in Choice Theory/Reality Therapy the different components are:
|Stage 1||Basic Training Course|
|Stage 2||Basic Practicum|
|Stage 3||Advanced Training Course|
|Stage 4||Advanced Practicum|
Those wishing to obtain a European Certificate in Psychotherapy using Reality Therapy have the option of continuing to this level after completing RT/CT Certification.
Further information on each of these courses is available under the relevant headings under COURSES in the main menu.
- Basic Course in November A Basic Course in Choice Theory/Reality Therapy is planned for two week-ends in November and to take place in the Dublin region. Dates are 11th-12th November and 25th-26th November. The course will run subject to have a minimum of 6 participants. The maximum number will be 12. For further information please phone 085 7878539 or use the Course Application Form. Recent Basic Weekers with faculty member Norah Finn in June 2017.
- Refresher Workshop FREE WORKSHOP Saturday 23rd September Skylon Hotel, Drumcondra, Dublin This workshop attracted a total of 24 persons and was very successful. Many of those present had studied Reality Therapy/Choice Theory in a variety of settings, not necessarily the offical WGI courses but all shared the enthusiasm for Choice Theory ideas. This might be a project worth considering in other parts of the country. Hopefully many of those present will also attend the Annual Conference in Naas on 7th October next.