With Kids and a Scottish University are working together to bring back a Masters level Play Therapy training to Scotland. The MSc in Play Therapy will have BAPT accreditation and will start in 2016. A number of modules will be available as stand-alone CPD units.

With Kids will be holding information sessions for prospective students at their Glasgow office at Annfield Place, Dennistoun on Saturday 30th May from 10am -12 noon and on Wednesday 3rd June from 6pm-8pm. There will also be an information evening in the With Kids Edinburgh office at Hailesland Gardens on Wednesday 10th June from 6pm-8pm.

Breakfast (bacon rolls!) or a light supper will be provided. Places will be limited and must be booked in advance.

To register or for further information around this exciting development please contact With Kids or call 0141 550 5770.


Staff from the fabulous Andrew Muirhead & Sons Ltd cycled from Glasgow to Balloch and back and raised just over £5000!  What a fantastic amount, thank you to everyone involved for all their hard work. 

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