I am a psychotherapist and counsellor with a humanistic and integrative approach. I work in a process orientated way, using movement and breath and art, as an effective way of accessing, unfolding and understanding the roots of complex issues and trauma. I am particularly interested in finding ways to alleviate the impact and effects of intergenerational trauma and fear on our lives and in our society. I am an accredited member of the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy.
My aim is to provide a compassionate space for you to heal, where you feel welcomed and understood. To offer a space where difficult and sometimes painful experiences and emotions can be heard, which can offer you freedom from limiting beliefs and perceptions, opening up new ways of relating with yourself, others and the world.
I ensure, confidentiality, respect and privacy, whatever your life circumstances. I am respectful of all cultures, orientations, and beliefs.
My initial psychotherapy training was completed in 2003 with Dublin Counselling and Therapy Centre, becoming accredited with IAHIP in 2006. I undertake continuous Clinical Supervision and Continuous Professional Development.
I provides supervision and reflective practice to psychotherapists and counsellors at different levels of experience; trainees, pre accredited and experienced therapists. I also offers this service across the different professions, such as nurses, GP’s, community and education leaders, guidance counsellors and chaplains.
I maintains a private practice in Kenmare, my home for 30 years. My work is supported by a daily meditation practice, time spent in nature, swimming, gardening and creative expression through art textiles.
For further information or to arrange an appointment please contact me on
087 2564189 or email firstname.lastname@example.org