A little about me
Grief Therapist, writer & mum.
As a Grief Therapist and mum, my work is influenced from many years working in the area of physical and mental health. I was 11 years old when I lost my mother in a horse riding accident, then some years later my father died. I learnt at a young age about death. I am privileged to have worked with clients from all walks of life. Supporting my clients as they learn to understand themselves and their grief with more clarity and compassion. I believe that we all have an ability to heal, even when those experiences of grief and loss have felt insurmountable.
I currently work in private practise, but up until last year I worked as a grief and bereavement therapist in the HSE. A number of years ago I volunteered my services to Feileacain (the Irish Association for pregnancy, neonatal and stillbirth) and currently I offer my services voluntarily to Asylum seekers in Sligo, applying for refugee status.
In my spare time I love to be in nature, climb mountains and swim in the Irish sea. I write whenever I get a quiet moment, and was even lucky enough to have some of my work published. I live in Sligo with my family.
I am certified in the following:
- Degree (Hons) BA in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy.
- Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
- Certificate in Sports Psychology.
- Certified Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Certificate Reality Therapy & Couple Counselling.
- National qualification in exercise, health studies & personal training.
- Pilates Trainer
- Fully insured.
- Pre-accredited Counsellor with the IACP