Karen Fitzsimons MIAHIP

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  • IACP
Mind and Body Works 15 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
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Phone: 01 6771021
Phone: 086 330 9408
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I presently work with individuals, couples and groups as a psychotherapist and supervisor.
I also work as a part-time course tutor/group facilitator on the Diploma in Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy training course which provides adult learners with the opportunity to explore and develop their interest in the field of holistic counselling and psychotherapy and to, thereby, develop into competent, compassionate, ethical, professional practitioners. I also co-facilitate group therapy process.
I originally graduated from the Tivoli Institute with a Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy in 2002. I then went on to complete a Diploma in Gestalt therapy with The Dublin Institute of Gestalt Therapy in 2003, post graduate training in Integrative Bodywork Theory & Practice with Integrative Psychotherapy Practice and ACCORD Couples Training in 2004, an honours BSc in Counselling & Psychotherapy from PC I college and Middlesex University in 2008, post graduate training in Embodied Psychotherapy Practice in 2010, an Advance Certificate in Embodied Psychotherapy Practice in 2011 with the Embodied Psychotherapy Centre and a Diploma in Counsellor Supervision with Vital Connexions in 2015.

I have also completed ASSIST training and training in Community Addiction Studies, Counselling/Therapy for Sexual Addictions, Skills and Strategies of Suicide Postvention,Critical Incident Stress Debriefing and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.

I am an accredited memeber of the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy, the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and the European Association for Psychotherapy.

My approach is humanistic and integrative incorporating pschodynamic, person-centred, gestalt and bodywork practices.

I believe that psychotherapy offers individuals an opportunity within a safe and contained space to initiate a process towards wellbeing. In time this can lead to the person moving through and beyond the psychological, emotional, and physical impacts that impinge on their day to day living


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