I am a fully accredited member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP). In addition to my psychological qualifications, I hold an Honours Degree and Professional Qualification in Law and a Masters in Education and Counselling from Trinity University Dublin. Over the years I have worked extensively in employment law, recruitment, career coaching and psychotherapy.
I have always been fascinated with helping others live their optimal lives. I am a firm believer in the resilience of the human spirit and the importance of providing people with crucial skills to awaken their sense of autonomy and self-determination during difficult times in their lives.
I specialise in a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, self-esteem issues, obsessive thinking patterns, intrusive thoughts, grief, trauma, couples issues, separation processes, workplace stress, work-life balance, workplace assertiveness, and workplace bullying. I bring an optimistic, non-judgmental approach to therapy and use a variety of modalities including humanistic, person-centred, psychodynamic, existential and CBT. In addition, I am highly experienced in the solution-focused model, which is best suited for the EAP referral system.
My unique, diverse background, experience and qualifications equip me with a range of specialist skills that can help my clients bring balance to their lives and overcome the hurdles that prevent them from reaching their true potential.
IICP (Institute of Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy). Professional Counselling and Psychotherapy qualification.
Trinity College Dublin. (Masters in Education, Guidance and Counselling).
Trinity College Dublin. (Psychology and French. Bachelor of Laws; LL.B.).