I hold an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy with University College Cork(UCC) and a Professional Diploma in Integrative Clinical Psychotherapy from Turning Point Institute, Dublin. I am also a Sociology, International Law and Politics graduate and hold a BA(Hons) from Queen’s University Belfast and an MA from Dublin City University (DCU) in these respective fields. In addition to this, I completed a National Certificate in Counselling Skills and a HNC in Social Science with Edinburgh College.
I use an Integrative and Humanistic approach to psychotherapy and counselling and believe in the quality of the therapeutic relationship to provide a safe and supportive space for clients. I am an accredited member of IAHIP and adhere to the code of ethics as set out by their guidelines. I am also a registered member of the Irish Council of Psychotherapy (ICP).
I am available for both long and short-term therapy sessions in-person and online. I work from a relational model and incorporate elements of psycho-education in facilitating sessions in supporting clients’ self-awareness development and personal growth. As an integrative therapist I adapt my approach depending on the individual client to ensure that their needs are addressed.
I have previously trained and practiced as a therapist in a variety of Therapy Centres including; My Mind, Remedy Clinic, The Oasis Centre, LifeChange and in TU Dublin (Technological University Dublin) student counselling services where I worked alongside the resident team of Psychologists and Psychotherapists.