Aisling McMahon

Aisling McMahon (B.A., M.A., M.Psych.Sc., D.Psych, Adv.Dip.Sup) is a chartered clinical psychologist (Psychological Society of Ireland), integrative psychotherapist (Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy) and clinical supervisor with 30 years' clinical experience. She has been working as an Assistant Professor in Psychotherapy in DCU since 2015, where she enjoys teaching on the psychotherapy and clinical supervision training programmes. In the HLC, Aisling is conducting a once-weekly Analytic Psychotherapy Group, where group members work and learn together to develop healthier ways to manage their lives, relationships and personal concerns - for further information about the therapy group, please contact the HLC office or  

Erica Delaney
Erica Delaney BSc. (Hons) Psychology applied to IT, Msc. Applied Psychology, Dip. Counselling Psychology, Msc. Integrative Psychotherapy. Having recently graduated with first class honours from the MSc programme in Integrative Psychotherapy in DCU, Erica is currently a pre-accredited member of the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP). Erica has undertaken clinical placements’ in DIT’s Student Counselling Services; the National Counselling Service which caters for individuals who experienced childhood abuse; and has been working within the HLC for the past two years. In working within these organisations, Erica has gained clinical experience working with a broad spectrum of issues, such as stress, depression, anxiety and trauma.
Gerard Moore
Gerard Moore PRN, RGN BA(Psychoanalytic Studies), MSc (Psychotherapy),PhD is a registered practitioner member of the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI). He has worked clinically in the mental health field since the late 1970’s and in Dublin City University’s, School of Nursing and Human Sciences since 2002. He teaches on the Masters and Doctorate in Psychotherapy in DCU and works as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and supervisor.
Jan Cremmins
JAN CREMMINS NMC (UK), Counsellor and Psychotherapist (MIACP Accred.). Jan has a nursing background and is an experienced accredited therapist who has worked in different organisations for more than ten years. She works in a compassionate, mindful and non-judgemental way, and is trained in various therapies including integrative, client-centred and humanistic approaches. Jan works with adults dealing with issues such as anxiety, bereavement, relationships, depression and self-esteem, as well as issues relating to pregnancy (PND and IVF).
Evelyn O'Connell

Evelyn O’Connell, B.Sc. Counselling and Psychotherapy, Dip. Counselling and Psychotherapy, Languages: English and Spanish. Evelyn received her Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy through PCI College and subsequently her B.Sc. in Counselling and Psychotherapy through Middlesex University. Evelyn is a qualified Level 1 practitioner of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. This practice method integrates the body and mind to help accelerate the person’s healing process. Evelyn also has a Level 8 Certificate in Crisis Pregnancy Counselling through NUI Maynooth. Evelyn is a pre-accredited member of the IACP and follows the IACP code of ethics for best practice. Evelyn also has diplomas in general nursing and complementary therapies. As well as working as a therapist with HLC, Evelyn also has her own private practice. Evelyn provides a warm, safe, and confidential environment for clients at all stages of life who wish to explore, manage and move forward through personal life experiences. Evelyn uses various methods of therapy including: Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Person centred approach, Humanistic approach, Pastoral and spiritual counselling,  Solution focused therapy, Body and psychotherapy, CBT. 

Líam MacGabhann
HLC Director of Academic Practice
I work in the School of Nursing and Human Sciences at Dublin City University as an Associate Professor in mental health practice and a community activist. I have been working as a systemic family constellations facilitator for several years having completed my initial training with Barbara Morgan and the Coming Home Foundation. Family Constellations unfolds what is and what has been in family systems in such a clear and uncomplicated way for people experiencing serious physical, emotional and systemic problems in life. Deep immediate understanding and healing with clear impact on our family systems is the hall mark of this work and the reason why I embrace it wholeheartedly. In addition to individual family constellations work, much of my facilitation is in the areas of nature, organisational and community constellations and I am part of the organising collective that offer a family constellations healing camp each summer in Co. Wicklow, Ireland.
Rita Glover
RITA GLOVER M.Ed., D.A.S.E., Dip PST. Cert CC As an integrative psychotherapist, Rita Glover provides brief to longer term therapy to clients who present with issues such as anxiety, stress, bereavement, depression, domestic violence and sexual abuse. Rita is a highly experienced psychotherapist who specialises in working with individuals and couples experiencing marriage, relationship and sexual problems. Rita is an accredited therapist with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapy and is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Rita is also an accredited psychotherapy supervisor and is a lecturer on the M.Sc. and Doctorate in Psychotherapy programme, in Dublin City University.
Tomás West
Prior to qualifying as a psychotherapist Tomás had a varied career as a telecommunications manager. He served as an electronics engineer and lecturer in the Irish Defence Forces both at home and on UN service. Upon leaving the Army he worked with US multinationals, Irish and UK firms as a service manager in leadership roles. He also lectured at night in mathematics and microelectronics for the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT). Since qualifying as a psychotherapist he has provided counselling and long term psychotherapy for clients in North Dublin, many of whom are overcoming addiction.
Siobhan McKeon

Siobhan McKeon BA (Hons), Dip. Prior to working in the area of Counselling and Psychotherapy , Siobhan held a variety of positions, mostly accounts based in the construction industry. Siobhan’s introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy commenced in 2010 when she completed a foundation course at PCI College, Dublin, moving on to complete a diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy in 2014 and has also just completed a  degree is Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy. Siobhan is now a fully accredited member of IACP, working as a volunteer counsellor at St. Catherine’s Low - Cost Counselling Services in Tallaght since 2012. Siobhan has been a member of the HLC team since April 2016, she is also a Core Group Member and facilitator with Dublin North Mental Health Trialogue Group which meets once a month in the Healthy Living Centre at DCU. The Trialogue meeting is a community based forum which encourages open discussion between mental health service users, carers, family members and professionals with an interest in mental health.   Siobhan works with a diverse range of individuals including adults who are experiencing anxiety, low self-esteem, depression and relationship difficulties in a person centred non - judgemental, congruent way. Siobhan is also and experienced couples therapist. 

Sandra McGrath
Sandra McGrath BA Soc. Studies (Disability), MSc Psychotherapy. Sandra has worked in social care settings since 1998 with children and adults with disabilities and their families. She completed a four year professional training programme in psychotherapy in Dublin City University and has been working with clients in the HLC since October 2016. Prior to this, Sandra worked with clients in Kilbarrack Coast Community Counselling Service (an addiction and community counselling service), and DCU Student Counselling Service. Sandra has experience working with clients at many life stages and from various backgrounds and works with clients whose lives are being impacted by trauma, anxiety, depression, bereavement and loss, relationship difficulties, and many other life events. Sandra also has experience working with people with mental illness. Sandra has expertise in the area of intellectual disabilities having managed services for over a decade. Since 2014 she has worked therapeutically with adults with intellectual disabilities as well as parents of children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing a space to process the many potential associated emotional and psychological difficulties for the person themselves and their families. Sandra is also the module co-ordinator on Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities delivering sessional training to students undertaking Applied Social Studies through The Open Training College.