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Do you need professional help from a fully qualified/accredited Masters degree (Hons)  (CIT/MTU) educated and experienced psychotherapist. I have over a decade of fully qualified/accredited experience as a psychotherapist. Fully accredited with IAHIP, ICP, ECP, EFPA and BPS (Psych. Testing) . 


I can be contacted on 086 1069875 or via email

I work person to person and online.

I am also fully trained in EMDR therapy and a member of EMDR All-Ireland. I was trained in parts 1,2 & 3 by Consultant Psychologist Sandi Richman, who was trained by the inventor of EMDR Dr. Shapiro


I work with any of the following difficulties: Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Panic Attacks, Trauma, Personal Development ,OCD, PTSD, Anger Management, Relationship Difficulties, Bereavement, Chronic illness, Confidence/Motivation, Phobias, Self Esteem or other difficulties?

*To ensure you are receiving professional & qualified help from a psychotherapist or counsellor, simply check these online registers for fully qualified and accredited psychotherapists at  or IACP for counselors.


Making Contact with a Therapist:

You can be referred by your G.P. or other health professionals, or you can self refer to me by telephoning 086 1069875 or email People usually select their therapist by recommendation from their G.P., former clients, professional therapy and counselling organisations or word of mouth. 

What is a fully accredited Psychotherapist?

A fully accredited psychotherapist is a fully qualified, experienced and trained psychotherapist, who has been scrutinized and accepted as fit to professionally practice by their professional body. The most recent CORU regulations at this time, indicate a Masters Degree (Level 9 NFQ/QQI) will be the minimum education level for a Psychotherapist,  once the register is established.  The main psychotherapy accreditation body in Ireland is IAHIP . IAHIP have a database  of accredited psychotherapists on their website. They have minimum standards of training, qualifications and supervised clinical practice. 

 I was also awarded the European Certificate of Psychotherapy (ECP), by the board of the European Association of Psychotherapy based in Vienna, which requires a minimum of 7 years recognised/approved Study/training and a minimum of 3,200 hours, as well as supervision, clinical practice, personal therapy and professional recommendation. Psychotherapist's generally undergo longer and more advanced professional training, clinical practice, often at least 7 years before becoming fully accredited. Counsellor training and accreditation is generally less advanced.





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