Besides seeing clients in my private practice, I also worked for a number of years as a psychotherapist for the Living Life Counselling Centre in Bray, co. Wicklow. I engaged with an extensive range of mental health issues and worked with clients from various age groups, nationalities and backgrounds. From October 2014 until September 2017 I was also a member of the clinical team of Dublin City Counselling and Psychotherapy and got clients referred on a regular basis.
Within my work I mainly focus on bereavement, relationship issues, anxiety and issues related to abuse. I specialize in treating clients with depression and apply therapeutic approaches which are based on the latest research and have the highest success rate.
I also focus on therapy for those who need to adapt and adjust to new and possibly difficult life circumstances, e.g. migration, relationship break up, relocation, coping with illness, change of job etc. Because of my own personal and professional experience I understand issues related to the workplace quite well e.g. stress, bullying and burn out. I am working with Irish clients on a regular basis and I also have experience in engaging with clients from other nationalities and cultures.
I get great fulfillment and meaning from my work as a counsellor and psychotherapist and I am deeply moved when my clients share a part of their life with me.