EMMET MALLON B.A.(Hons), M.A. (Hons) Psychoanalysis (Clinical specialisation).  Emmet is an accredited and registered psychoanalytic practitioner with the Association for Psychotherapy andEmmet Mallon
Psychoanalysis in Ireland (Reg. Pract. APPI). Emmet has ten years experience working in varied mental health settings and offers a non-judgemental treatment underpinned by the ethics and philosophy of
psychoanalytic psychotherapy.

 

 

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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.

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ROSALEEN McELVANEY B.A. (Hons), M.Psych.Sc. (clinical specialisation), Dip.Integ.Psychotherapy, PhD. Clinical psychologist and psychotherapist and is based in the School of Nursing and Human Sciences here in DCU here she is the Chair of the Doctorate Programme in Psychotherapy. As a member of the Psychotherapy Programme team in DCU, Rosaleen provides
support to the counsellors and psychotherapists working in the HLC and co-ordinates placements for students and pre-accredited counsellors and psychotherapists in the Centre. Rosaleen’s specialist field is that of child sexual abuse. She has worked as Director of LARAGH Counselling Service (HSE) and as Principal Clinical Psychologist in St. Clare’s Unit (Children’s University Hospital) among other positions in the public health service. Her PhD dissertation was on how children disclose experiences of child sexual abuse.

 Aisling McMahon (B.A., M.A., M.Psych.Sc., D.Psych, Adv.Dip.Sup) is a clinical psychologist, integrative psychotherapist and lecturer in psychotherapy in DCU. Over the last 20 years, Aisling McMahonAisling has worked with adult clients with a range of mental health, adjustment and relationship difficulties, and has supervised other psychotherapists and psychologists. She is a registered clinical psychologist with the Psychological Society of Ireland and an accredited member and supervisor with the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy. Aisling supervises trainee psychotherapists working in the Healthy Living Centre and also does some direct work with clients.

 

 

 Gerry 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.

 

 

 

 

Ishita Sangra BA., PGDC., MSc., is an accredited and experienced Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor working with ACCORD, Healthy Living Centre (DCU) and  has her own private practice.  Ishita works with variety of individuals from diverse backgrounds including ethnic community, seeking help for a great range of issues and problems. She specialises in Couples and Relationship, early loss, trauma, and working with adults who have a history of childhood abuse; sexual and otherwise. In time she has earned the reputation of being able to provide an atmosphere of safety, respect and optimism for the capacity to overcome difficulties. Ishita’s strength also lies in being multilingual which enables her to work with people of different ethnic backgrounds. Ishita also has 10 years’ experience working within the Telecommunication and IT industry before entering the field of Psychotherapy.

 

 

 

 

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.

Tomás brings his experience of working in industry in culturally diverse and often stressful environments to his practise as a therapist. He has developed an understanding that life throws many obstacles in our paths and that most people are reacting in the best way they can to difficult circumstances. Today many people struggle with stress, anxiety, depression and relationship issues that have many origins. Tomás believes that the only expert on the client’s issues is the client themselves. Therefore non judgemental therapy that respects the person in every way is the most effective way to bring about positive personal change in all of life’s experience. Therapy is a challenging, exploratory but ultimately liberating process that can restore self belief, confidence and bring about a new perspective on life. Tomás works as an integrative therapist,                                                      using person centred, psychodynamic, existential and Cognitive Behavioural (CBT) approaches in a holistic manner to his practise.

 

Andrea Ragusa, B.A. (Hons), Dip.Integ. Counselling and Psychotherapy, Dip. Gestalt Therapy. Andrea is a fully trained counsellor and psychotherapist who has extensive experience of working with adult and adolescent clients in community development projects in Ireland and abroad. Andrea’s approach to counselling is humanistic and integrative, he works in a way that seeks to provide support, encourage self-awareness, and explore the underlying difficulties clients are experiencing. Andrea’s qualifications include training in Motivational Interviewing, CBT, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Mindfulness and he has a particular interest in the areas of trauma, suicide, addiction and loss. Andrea can work with clients in either Italian or English. He has worked in Ireland for the past 11 years and is an accredited member of the IACP (Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy).