I qualified as a psychotherapist from Dublin Counselling and Therapy Centre in 2000, and completed a Diploma in Clinical Supervision in 2006. I believe passionately in the potential for change and healing in each individual, through compassionate listening in a psycho-therapeutic setting.
I use a creative approach in my work - using art, working outdoors when helpful, techniques to listen to one's own body (Focusing - the work of Gene Gendlin), accessing the unconscious through attention to one's dreams.
I enjoy working with couples and with groups. I am passionate about finding a spirituality which is meaningful for today. I have learned that being outdoors and paying attention to all forms of life is deeply restorative and an entry point to the Divine. I also facilitate 'soul days' for people who want to spend slow, mindful time in nature.
Anger Management, Anxiety, Bereavement, Coping with Illness, Depression, Family Crisis, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Relationships, Sexuality Issues, Dreams, Focusing, Eco-therapy - psychotherapy outdoors, Process-oriented psychotherapy, Spirituality.
Working in Nature
Soul Care & Finding One's Soul Task
Spirituality of The Outdoors