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Meet The Team


Marie Byrne

Marie is a qualified Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapist & also is the Glosna House Founder. She is a fully accredited member of The Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapists. All IAHIP accredited psychotherapists are fully qualified and experienced practitioners. She is also registered with The Irish Council for Psychotherapy - ICP. Marie creates & facilitates weekly support groups, meditation classes & workshops encouraging personal growth, self acceptance and letting go.


Before qualifying as a psychotherapist, Marie spent a large proportion of her career within the communication industry, in sales management and training positions. She worked for AIB, 2020 Logistics, Vodafone, Irish Broadband & The Sitel Corporation to name a few.

Marie works in an integrative, humanistic and trans-personal way with clients, honouring all parts of the person, emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually. She incorporates creative expression into her work and believes that each person has the ability to heal themselves and that self acceptance is key to bringing about positive change.


Marie is currently training in couples & relationship therapy and will be offering this service from September at Glosna. 


Jacinta Maher
Child Play Therapist

Jacinta is a qualified Humanistic & Integrative Play Therapist following training with the renowned Children’s Therapy Centre (CTC).


She is a trainee Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist commencing her final year in the MA Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy programme with CTC. Jacinta is pre-accredited with the Irish Association of Play Therapy and Psychotherapy (IAPTP).


Jacinta’s background is in social care and early years. After graduating with a first-class honours degree in Applied Social Studies & Professional Social Care, Jacinta worked with adults and children with mental health diagnosis, intellectual disability and autism.


She draws on her many years’ experience of working from a person / child-centered approach. Jacinta uses play-based approaches, interventions, media, and activities that are appropriate to the age and developmental stage of each child. The therapeutic powers of play incorporate change agents and specific components that improve a client's attachment formation, self-expression, emotion regulation, resiliency, self-esteem, and stress management, among other things.

Jacinta is passionate and dedicated in supporting children and families so that they may flourish and reach their full potential.

Jacinta works in accordance with Children First National Guidelines for the protection and welfare of children and the Code of Ethics set out by IAPTP.


Andrei Tcaciuc

Throughout the years, Andrei has focused on helping individuals to improve their mental health and to work on alleviating their personal difficulties. He uses a psychoanalytical approach to help people explore how the unconscious mind affects current relationships and patterns of thought, emotion and behaviour, especially in the context of continually experiencing loss and traumatic events.

Andrei has been helping people to become aware of the underlying sources of their difficulties, intellectually and emotionally, and to develop coping skills that would allow them to deal with the realities of their life situation. He offers a talking therapy which rather than trying to get rid of the problem, allows individuals to come to understand the experiences which have shaped their lives and are affecting their ability to deal with current difficulties. The purpose of this insight is to help them to bring about major change on their whole life perspective.

Areas of expertise (include, but not limited to): trauma, loss, grief, bereavement, anxiety, self-harm, addiction, eating disorders, stress, depression, gender issues, sexual identity, relationship difficulties, phobias, chronic fatigue, loneliness and isolation.


Academic background:

MSc. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, U.C.D., SVUH

MSc. Bereavement studies, R.C.S.I.

Post-grad diploma Specific Modality Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, SVUH

B.A.(Hons.) Psychology and Sociology;

Advanced Suicide Intervention Skills Training – HSE

Andrei is a fully accredited member of APPI and ICP.

Andrei operates a 72 hour cancellation policy and sessions are to be paid for in advance. 


Peter Mulvihill
Pre Accredited Psychotherapist

Peter has completed a 4 year Masters Degree in Integrative Humanistic Counselling and Psychotherapy with Turning Point Institute and University College Cork. He is a member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP).


He has worked in many different roles within healthcare and currently provides services in Health & Safety, Life Coaching, Group Facilitation in Health & Wellbeing, Mental Health Awareness and Training.

His aim is to create a relaxed, safe space that will allow clients to feel free to explore and discuss their concerns, worries, thoughts and even the happy events in their lives, whatever emerges during a session.


Peter draws on a number of psychotherapeutic modalities to assist clients in the therapy room. Grounded in a Person Centred Approach where the client holds all the answers, he draws from a Psychodynamic approach to help clients understand their emotions and unconscious patterns of behaviour. He has a Psychosynthesis approach where he supports clients to explore their potential as a unique individual and an Existential approach to help find meaning and purpose in life.


Claire Boland

Having returned to college, from the world of business and motherhood, Claire completed a first class BA in Counselling and Psychotherapy with ICHAS ( Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences) at Griffith College in Dublin. She qualified with distinction & was awarded student of the year. She has worked in a voluntary capacity with organisations such as AWARE & Domestic Abuse Portlaoise and has a particular interest in supporting those suffering with depression, anxiety, loss of identity through trauma and relationship difficulties.


Claire has a particular interest in working with clients from a pluralistic perspective. Because each client is unique, each client needs different things from therapy. This collaborative integrative approach to therapy allows the therapist to draw from a number of interventions in the process of finding the most effective way to help. A key element of the pluralistic approach is shared decision making: talking to clients about what they want from therapy, and how they might most effectively be helped to get there.


Claire is an accredited member of the APCP (Association of Professional Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Ireland) and the ACP. She attends regular personal therapy. Has regular supervision and has undertaken numerous extracurricular courses in pursuit of better understanding the many innovative ways of working in therapy.


Kamila Flemming
Training Psychotherapist

Kamila is a 3rd year degree student of Counselling and Psychotherapy with ICHAS. Her stream is adolescent therapy. She also actively attends various workshops and webinars to broaden her skills.

Life can be very challenging at times and we all experience events that can cause us to feel overwhelmed, stressed or anxious. Therapy can give you insights into your thoughts, feelings and behaviour patterns and increase the awareness necessary for change and healing to begin.

Kamila works from humanistic-integrative perspective. She combines ideas from different therapeutic orientations depending on the unique needs of a given client.


Kamila believes that the most important aspect of counselling is building a strong therapeutic relationship with clients. She recognises that starting therapy can be a courageous thing and it's vital to her to create a welcoming, non judgemental and confidential environment in which clients will have a safe space to explore their life difficulties.

Kamila has particular interest in the area of anxiety, panic attacks, low confidence and depression.

As a student member of NAPCP she works within their ethical framework at all times and uses their values to guide her work.


Kamila is able to provide therapy in English and Polish. She works with clients that are 16 and over. 


Ann Butler

Ann is a fully accredited psychotherapist with the Association for Professional Counsellors and Psychotherapists (APCP), she is a member of The Association for Child & Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH) and is a Graduate Member of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) and the American Psychological Association (APA).

She is an integrative psychotherapist which means that she uses whatever approach is needed by that particular client for the situation they find themselves in. She uses a combination of person-centred and psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), solution-focused therapy and humanistic therapy in her practice. This integrative, bio-psycho-social approach allows for a flexible approach in working with clients and particularly suits teens. Ann continues to broaden her approach and incorporates positive psychology and self-care into her practice and her own personal life.

With many years experience working with a local cancer charity & a Post-Graduate Diploma in Loss & Bereavement, she has a special interest in working with those who have been impacted by cancer or chronic disease. Ann is the resident psychotherapist for Sarcoma Cancer Ireland and counsels clients from all over Ireland using the convenience of online therapy.

As Ann holds a Diploma in Parent Mentoring and has extensive foster-carer training, she is in a good position to assist parents with difficulties. She continues her studies, working towards a Post-Graduate Certificate in “Child Development & Mental Distress” with SETU Waterford and also with The Child Psychology Institute studying for a Certificate in “Working with Children who have experienced Trauma”.


Academic Background

M.A. Counselling & Psychotherapy, (I.C.H.A.S.),

Post-Graduate Diploma Loss & Bereavement, (R.C.S.I.),

B.Sc. (Hons.) Psychology, Open University

Diploma in Parent Mentoring, (U.C.C.)

Certificate in Menopause, (U.K.)

Advanced Suicide Intervention Skills Training, (H.S.E.)

CLIMB Training Programme (for Children whose relative has cancer) National Cancer Prevention Programme

The Rape Crisis Centre Training

Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI training)Tusla Children First Certificate


Kamila Jelinkova

Kamila holds a PSI accredited BA Degree in Psychology (QQI8) and MA in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (QQI9). She is currently undergoing a Specific Modality Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, which is a specialised programme for Master’s students carried out by UCD within the premises of St. Vincent’s University Hospital.

Aside other fields, Kamila trained in the areas of perinatal mental health, chronic illness, inter-relational difficulties, depression, anxiety, trauma and addiction, and has published a paper related to some of these topics.

Kamila has a special interest in female-specific issues including the challenges of motherhood, sexual identity, female health, or domestic violence, and volunteered with organisations such as the SAOL Project. To support her training, Kamila attends regular workshops and educational seminars, is a registered member of the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI) and her work is under continuous supervision.

Kamila is available for long term support and is able to provide therapy in English or in Czech. Her work is based on psychoanalytic theories which emphasise the importance of unconscious processes and the power of language. Kamila believes that the human-subject is primarily a speaking-subject and therefore language founds the core of our being. Language / speech has the potential to transform - listening and suitably responding to a person’s speech can create a lasting change.

Kamila’s aim is to provide a safe non-judgmental space in which clients feel listened to, valued and supported throughout their journey of self-discovery and transformation.


Marion Byrne
Addiction therapist

Marion holds a first-class honours degree in Counselling with Addiction from Munster Technological University. She also attained a certificate in Gambling Addiction in June 2022 & is a fully accredited member of IACP. Marion attends regular supervision and is committed to continued personal & professional development.


Seeing the therapeutic relationship as central to the

process of healing, Marion welcomes every client with warmth and acceptance. Using an integrative client centred approach, she provides a safe, supportive and nurturing environment from which the client can explore past experiences to better understand themselves, and find more satisfying ways of living.

She believes that each person is unique and has the ability to connect with their own inner strength, supporting them in developing a stronger sense of well-being. Marion also practices in a family resource centre, and has experience working with a diverse range of clients dealing with anxiety, addiction, depression, bereavement & loss, childhood trauma, life purpose, relationship & work-related issues, coping skills, self-esteem and self-compassion.

Marion sees self-care as an integral part of living a whole life. The greatest display of self-care is simply showing up for ourselves, and being present

in the moment. Like the seasons, we are ever changing and with the right supports we can move forward towards inner peace contentment and happiness..


Liz Hutton

Liz is a qualified Integrative and Humanistic Psychotherapist who trained with the Tivoli Institute, Dun Laoghaire. She is a fully accredited member of The Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapists. All IAHIP accredited psychotherapists are fully qualified and experienced practitioners.


In her work with clients Liz uses a humanistic and integrative approach, embracing psycho-dynamic & person-centred styles, which she tailors to suit individual client needs.


Liz continues to broaden her approach and has trained in mindful psychotherapy in addition to a range of continuous professional training courses including Trauma Training with Babette Rothschild. Liz is an affiliate psychotherapist with Towards Healing, an organisation that offers support services to survivors of clerical & institutional abuse.

Working from the belief that all human beings are unique and have the potential for positive growth, Liz aims to provide her clients with a professional, non-judgemental, supportive and safe environment.


Sarah Donnelly
Coach & Pre Accredited Therapist

Sarah holds a Masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy (Integrative Modalities) and is a member of APCP. She possesses a sincere passion for aiding in understanding human psychology and addressing mental health concerns, using her knowledge to support individuals in overcoming personal obstacles.

Sarah's therapeutic approach is tailored and encompasses diverse methodologies but is not limited to person-centred therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, emotional-focused therapy and creative therapy to support her clients in attaining their goals. She believes in adopting an integrative and holistic approach, enabling her to customise her therapy sessions to meet the distinct requirements of each client. Sarah acknowledges the significance of employing the biopsychosocial approach in therapy.

In addition to her counselling and psychotherapy work, Sarah has also been providing life coaching services since 2014. She has supported numerous individuals in establishing and attaining their personal and professional goals with her coaching sessions focusing on aiding people to lead more enriching and purposeful lives.

Throughout the years, Sarah has added Reiki and Energy Healing into her services. She acknowledges the significance of the mind-body connection and utilises these techniques to foster relaxation and healing in her clients.

Sarah offers coaching and therapy to individuals, teens and couples as well as holistic treatments and workshops here at Glosna. 


Martina Cahill
Training Psychotherapist

Martina holds a Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy from PCI College. Currently she is studying towards a BSc Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy at the same college.

Martina holds a range of qualifications in physical wellness including; sport, nutrition and alternative health. It is her commitment and awareness to overall holistic wellbeing that has lead her into the area of mental health. She has experienced her own personal challenges, in particular with health conditions & is committed to using this knowledge and empathy to help others in their journey through life’s challenges & difficulties.


Martina holds a level 4 in Irish Sign Language (ISL) & can therefore better support clients needing to communicate through sign language. She is passionate about sports, through participation and also in coaching beginner-endurance tri-athletes. She is one of two Total Immersion swim coaches in Ireland and is dedicated to helping people gain confidence, trust and she supports clients in overcoming fears held of the water. These passions and skills come with her as she moves in the field of mental health.

Martina is a trainee member of IACP and works through a person-centred approach. She understands that every client is individual and working at a pace dictated by the client is key to building a strong working alliance. 


Clare Mansfield 
Wellness Therapist

Clare Mansfield currently works as a Primary School Principal & Teacher. She is also a qualified Personal & Business Life Coach and a Holistic Therapist. She is passionate about writing, teaching, and helping others. 


Her first book “Away with the Fairies – A Fairy’s Guide to True Love” was published by Seaburn Books in October 2013.


Clare runs regular Integrated Energy Therapy (IET) Practitioner Training Days in addition to Angel Card Reading, Manifesting Miracles and “How to Read the Akashic Records” workshops for adults in Glosna House.


She offers one to one Readings during the summer months at Glosna House.


Her proudest achievement has been becoming a mum to her precious twin daughters Zoe and Lily and their little sister Isabella. She is happily married to Shane and they all live together in the beautiful countryside in County Carlow.


Maria Ruiz-Flynn
Holistic Therapist

Maria is a fully qualified Holistic Therapist, Health & Nutrition coach as well as a birth and postpartum Doula. Having studied several healing & mindfulness modalities, she combines her wide range of skills & knowledge to give each client a truly person centered holistic experience based on how they are & their unique needs.


She works with clients on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels, so whether it's Massage, Reflexology, Maternity Treatments, Healings or any of the many treatments she offers, you know you are in safe hands.


With more than 10yrs experience in supporting clients in their journey of wellbeing, Maria aims to bring a little peace and tranquility to all who come see her at Glosna. She offers a compassionate, authentic and safe space where everyone is supported to be themselves as they are. She aims to create an environment that facilitates relaxation & comfort so clients have the opportunity to relax, unwind and begin the journey of self love.


Claire McEvoy
Massage Specialist

Claire is a fully qualified massage specialist, sports injury therapist and Tutor.

She has trained & qualified in Deep Tissue, Cupping, Sports Injury, Holistic, Pregnancy & Baby Massage. 

She is drawn to the holistic approach and so also offers her clients Reflexology, Indian Head, Hopi Ear Candling 


Anna Venegas
Pre Accredited Psychotherapist

Anna has completed her degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy with ICHAS. Her stream/speciality is in adolescent therapy (14 years upwards.) Additionally Anna holds certificates in Suicide Intervention, Working with Trauma, CBT, DBT & REBT. She holds a diploma in psychology.


Anna understands that life can be challenging and unpredictable, and when facing difficulties or life stressors, it is understandable for our life to unravel at times. It has been her passion to help others who have been through traumatic and stressful experience and help them find the strength to get through it. She is a volunteer in SOSAD suicide prevention.


Anna believes that there is no one approach to every individual, and therefore has also trained in DBT, CBT, and REBT to tailor to the individual client. Her aim is to provide a confidential and non-judgemental space, helping clients to identify, come to terms with problems and work towards reaching their goals.

Whilst Anna completes her degree, she also actively attends various webinars and workshops, as well as being a member of counselling tutor, to improve her skills.


Gail O'Rourke Glynn
Massage & Skin Therapist

Gail is a fully qualified Massage and Skin Therapist.

She specialises in Dermalogica Skin Health, tailored to the clients skin needs, concerns and goals. She is also fully qualified in many Holistic treatments such as Holistic Massage, Indian Head Massage, Hopi Ear Candling, Hot Stone Massage & Pregnancy Massage.


Gail has worked with skin for over 5 years and has been a Holistic Massage Therapist for 2 years. She has a passion for all things mind, body and soul and thrives to achieve a warm, peaceful and soothing experience for her clients.


She believes in the importance of relaxation, having healthy skin and being at your best both physically and mentally.

A combination of her natural passion and her knowledge will provide each client with a safe space to unwind, relax and rejuvenate away from their busy daily lives.


She aims to hold a non judgmental, safe space and be a friendly face for everyone to feel welcomed and safe while having their treatments. She cannot wait to welcome you all to her treatment room.


Caitriona Dalton
Pre Accredited Psychotherapist

Caitríona is a pre-accredited psychotherapist, having completed an Honours Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy from Middlesex University in 2022.

She also holds a Bachelor of Social Studies from Trinity College Dublin and since graduating in 2009 has gained experience in working with children, adults and the elderly in different contexts including children and families and mental health.


Caitríona’s approach to psychotherapy is humanistic and she works in a person-centred way. She views the individual as holding the potential for change and growth and that such growth can be experienced through the therapeutic relationship when the individual feels safe, understood and accepted.

She endeavours to help her clients to better understand and gain insights into their life experiences, stresses and difficulties with a view to resolving problems, enjoying healthier relationships and living a more fulfilled life. She works with the individual’s strengths in achieving their goals as identified by them.


Caitríona is a student member of the Irish Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists


David O'Dea
Pre Accredited Psychotherapist

David is a pre-accredited psychotherapist with the Association of Professional Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Ireland (APCP). He holds a PSI accredited BA Degree in Psychology (QQI Level 8) and Masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy (QQI Level 9).


David is an experienced social care practitioner with experience working with children and adolescents with complex emotional needs and individuals with addiction issues.

David uses an Integrative and Humanistic approach, and endeavours to support the needs of each client. He provides a non-judgemental and welcoming space for clients to explore their individual life situations. David holds the belief that every client has the ability to foster change in their own lives and he works alongside clients to reach their full potential.


David engages in regular supervision and is committed to delivering the highest standard of care with clients. Holding the belief that all individuals are unique and possess the potential for positive growth, David is dedicated to providing his clients with a professional, non-judgemental and supportive environment.  


Geraldine Kennedy

Geraldine is an accredited member of IAHIP (Irish Association of Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy); a registrant of ICP (Irish Council for Psychotherapy) and a member of EAP (European Association for Psychotherapy).  She has more than 10 years of clinical experience working with adults as a psychotherapist. 


Geraldine’s core training is in Integrative Psychotherapy, incorporating Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Attachment Theory, Gestalt and CBT. Her way of working has continued to evolve and is informed by modalities that include working with a body-centered approach and working with trauma and developmental injury.


An integrative therapeutic approach is used based on the individual client and their goals for therapy. The co-created therapeutic relationship enables the client to self-discover and become more self-aware of their life situation and relationships with the aim of enabling the client to live their life in a more satisfying and resourceful way.



Professional Training

Diploma in Integrative & Humanistic Psychotherapy with the Tivoli Institute, Dublin.

Post-graduate training includes:

Level I - Trauma and

Level II - Developmental Injury with the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (Colorado, USA). This training addresses the interaction between traumatic, attachment and developmental issues.

Training in Somatic Trauma Therapy with Babette Rothschild (USA)

The Body Within the Therapeutic Relationship (IPP Dublin).

Certificate in Working with the Gestalt Process (Dublin Gestalt Centre).  


Michelle Mason
Pre Accredited Psychotherapist

Michelle is a Fully Qualified Integrative Counsellor and Art Psychotherapist, having achieved her BA (HONs) with Dublin art Therapy College.  As a Pre-Accredited member of IACP, she attends regular Supervision, with a commitment to on-going personal and professional development. 

Michelle also holds a BA in Applied Social Studies, with over 10 years’ experience in the field of Mental Health and Trauma informed care. It was from this that she became interested in Psychotherapy and Art Psychotherapy.  

She uses the Person-Centred Approach with Integrative Psychotherapy and Art Therapy. Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that binds the power of art as a positive channel for communication. As it is a form of expressive therapy it is highly beneficial for anyone who finds it difficult communicating their feelings with words. You don’t need to be good at art to benefit from it as a therapy.

Michelle works with clients based on their individual needs, with the aim of bringing about self-awareness and resilience through a genuine, compassionate and trusting therapeutic relationship. I offer safe space where you are accepted and supported through the healing process.


Cathy ODonoghue
Pre Accredited Psychotherapist

Cathy is a pre accredited psychotherapist with the Association of Professional Counsellors & Psychotherapists in Ireland (APCP). She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology along with a Masters in Counselling & Psychotherapy.


Cathy has extensive experience working in social care setting providing emotional and psychological support to adolescents and children using a trauma informed approach.


Cathy’s therapeutic approach is person centred and integrative. She believes that the client is the expert of their own lives and tailors therapy to the individuals needs. Through the provision of a safe space to explore the client’s thoughts and feelings, Cathy’s approach promotes healing.


Through a strong therapeutic relationship, providing a non judgemental space and an individualised holistic approach, Cathy believes that every client has the ability to reach their full potential. 


Caroline Shore
Family Therapist

Caroline completed her Masters in Family Therapy at UCD in 2022 achieving first class honours. Since graduating with a Degree in Social Studies from Trinity College in 2007, she has worked with children, adolescents and their families in a variety of areas including mental health and disabilities.


Caroline works with family members who are interested in reflecting on their relationships with each other and how these may be influencing their current difficulties or concerns. She seeks to understand the perspectives of each person and to explore how their past and current relationships, may be influencing their communication and behavioural patterns.


Caroline works with clients to understand the changes they would like to make and supports them in working towards these changes. She is sensitive to diverse family forms, beliefs and cultures and to enabling people to talk, together or individually, often about difficult or distressing issues, in ways that support recovery.


Family Therapy can be useful for children, young people and adults experiencing a range of difficulties and circumstances including: family communication problems; child and adolescent behaviour difficulties; couple relationship difficulties and separation, divorce and step-family life.


Claire Kelly
Life Coach

Claire is a qualified Transformational Life Coach who trained with the Mindful Talent Coaching Academy and is a member of the Association for Coaching of Ireland. She is also certified in ‘The Science of Well Being’ and ‘The Therapeutic Use of Mindfulness’.

Claire is passionate about helping people to realise their value and unlock their full potential. Working from the belief that we all have the answers within, Claire offers a safe, positive, space with a heart centred approach to coaching (because we all need more love, compassion and kindness in our lives). She offers the space and time for her clients to tune in to themselves as she guides them through their transformation process as they go about creating the changes they desire in their lives.


Before training as a Life Coach, Claire underwent her own transformational journey after years of feeling ‘lost’, ‘stuck in a rut’ and ‘not living her life as she wanted’. Through study and her own life experience, she was saddened at how many people felt this way and set about training to support and encourage others to live their dreams, action their goals and makes the changes they longed for.


Founder of ‘The Happy Tree Coaching’ Claire believes that at any moment in time (like a tree) anyone can ‘turn over a new leaf’. As a coach, she will help you bloom and flourish.


Megan Dermody
Pre Accredited Counsellor

Megan is a newly graduated counsellor and is pre-accredited member of APCP, currently working towards her accreditation hours.


She currently holds an undergraduate degree in addiction studies and an honours degree in counselling and psychotherapy. Megan uses an integrated approach which includes but is not limited to CBT, person centred and REBT.


She believes good mental health needs to be maintained and worked on and should be done with no fear of judgement or criticism.


As a therapist she is committed to providing the highest level of care, creating a safe space and building the therapeutic relationship with her clients. She aim to enable them to reach their goals, improve their existing coping skills and empower them to make the changes they set out to make.


Navine Dunney
Training Psychotherapist

Meet Naveen, a BSc (Hons) student specialising in Counselling and Psychotherapy at PCI/Middlesex University. Naveen strongly believes in the power of talk therapy and is a student member of the Irish Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists. 


He has an integrative approach to his practice, prioritising empathy, rapport, and unconditional positive regard when assisting his clients. Thanks to a previous career in the fitness industry, Naveen has a unique perspective on mental and emotional wellness that allows him to connect with people on a deeper level. He's always striving to improve his psychotherapy skills, which is why he has additional qualifications in Neuro-linguistic programming. 


Naveen participates in personal therapy and supervision to continuously improve his abilities. He understands the challenges associated with emotional and mental health and is committed to providing compassionate and understanding support.

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Niamh O'Donovan
Pre Accredited Psychotherapist

Niamh has just completed a MSc in Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy with the Institute of Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy (IICP). She is a member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP).


She also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in School Guidance Counselling and has extensive experience in providing emotional and psychological support to adolescents and young adults.

Niamh is committed to continuous professional development and will be commencing a Diploma in Integrative Adolescent Psychotherapy this year.

Niamh’s core training approach is Pluralistic. This therapeutic approach is based on the belief that people who come for therapy are experts on their own lives (even if they don't feel like they are!), who have lots of potentially good ideas about how to deal with their problems. One of Niamh’s roles is to help you to make the best use of your own experience and understanding.


Central to her therapeutic approach is the therapeutic relationship where she will work closely with the client to find the therapeutic approach that best meets their needs. She will do this by providing an inclusive, welcoming, non-judgemental safe space for clients to explore the challenges they can encounter in their lives.

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Clare Cranwell
Solar Sound Healer

Clare Cranwell has worked with Gary Collins the founder of the Jade Sun School for nearly twenty years . The Jade Sun School syllabus trains the human “I” in the art and science of becoming fully human.  It is designed to awaken the inner wisdom of the human heart in a way that true individuality is born.  True individuality allows us to experience complete independent sovereignty in our being and at the same time one hearted connectedness with all of life. This is a journey that Clare has started, is committed to and witnesses the truth unfoldment within her own being.  A Solar Sound Healer is trained to feel the truth of the human soul’s essence. Clare communicates this knowledge to the client via a process of intuitive sounding. Her VOICE, bears witness, to the perfectly healed place at the heart of the human soul. Anything from simple meditation, deep breathing to sacred fire ceremony may be recommended and/or tailored to the client’s needs and comfort. Clare is looking forward to offering this work for those who want to heal and transform their being.

Clare Cranwell was certified as a Level 2 Qi Gong Instructor on 9th September 2019 and is a registered instructor with the Jade Sun School of Tai Qi and Qi Gong. Clare teaches simple but powerful methods of core Qi Gong practices. The Qi Gong method may take on different emphasis like sitting form, standing form or moving methods. Some movements focus on increasing deep calmness, others focus on movement and releasing of stagnant or even sick energies. Most holistic approaches will include all of the above. The Qi Gong taught is simple, gentle, and powerful. It strengthens and opens the flow of Qi, and helps the release of sick Qi. It also has a subtle spiritual influence which awakens deep compassion for ourselves and others. The Qi Gong method is protected by the Chinese Bodhisatwva of compassion, Guan Yin.

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Sinead Shortall
Pre Accredited Psychotherapist

Sinead has completed a BSc in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy at the Institute of Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy (IICP). She works exclusively with clients over the age of 18. Before becoming a Psychotherapist, Sinead was a Research Scientist, working as a Research Associate in a university, as well as managing a small team in a research company. She has a PhD in Neuroscience, which helps to inform her therapeutic work with clients, as understanding how our brains work and interact with our bodies can help us make sense of the natural, but sometimes difficult, feelings and physical reactions we all experience.

Life is filled with challenges, and at times can seem overwhelming, leaving us feeling worn out, down, and alone. Sinead has seen firsthand how providing a supportive and non-judgemental space, in a gentle and sensitive manner, can help people take the steps they need to face these challenges. She believes each of us contains all the strength and ability within us that we need to heal, grow, build resilience, and create meaning in our lives. Her main goal as a therapist is to provide this safe and welcoming space to not only allow you to build your self-awareness and self-esteem in the therapy room, but also to expand your personal toolkit with the skills you need to flourish in your life. 

As an integrative psychotherapist with foundations in Person-Centred Therapy and Reality Therapy (a form of CBT), Sinead collaborates with her clients to identify and provide a therapy that best suits the client's personality, needs, and goals for therapy. Sinead has additional training in the therapeutic use of mindfulness which she believes not only allows her to provide the best therapy she can, but also equips her clients with important daily life skills.

Sinead loves to take long walks in nature, get lost in a good book, and is a novice (but enthusiastic) crocheter.


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