Here’s a little of my story

I have always been someone who is interested and cared about people. As a child I was eager to help people in need.  I had some early challenges such as being unpopular at school which  led me to wonder why people chose to do the things they did.

I worked in the Criminal Justice Service for over 6 years, initially in a female bail hostel & then as a probation officer, spending 3 years in a juvenile prison in Dublin. It is here that I discovered the potential impact that a supportive one to one relationship could have on a person ready to make changes to their life.

In 2004 I was awarded a first class Masters degree in Counselling from University College Cork. I am a Senior Accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). My membership number is 572426. I work within the BACP’s Ethical Code of Conduct. I have an enhanced DBS check and Professional Liability Insurance.

  • I have worked with refugees and asylum seekers at an Immigration Removal Centre
  • I have worked in a Barnardos school for children with emotional and behavioural difficulties.
  • I  work with a number of employee assistance programmes, using Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT).
  • I am a Critical Incident Psychological First Aider, providing on site debriefing after traumatic incidents

Finding the right therapist can be daunting. The kind of therapy that I practice is dependent on the relationship that is created between myself and the client. I believe that one-size does not fit all when it comes to therapy, and aim to offer a bespoke service for each client.

Thank you for visiting my site & taking the time to read through the information. Please contact me if you have any questions.