Maria is a Psychodynamic Integrative Supervisor. Fully Accredited with Addiction Counsellors of Ireland (ACI) She holds a Diploma in Integrative Supervision across professions (IICP) together with a Masters (Hons), BA(Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy and a Diploma in Counselling and Addiction Studies
Maria offers Clinical Supervision and Reflective Practice to Counsellors (including Students and pre-accredited Counsellors), Psychotherapists and people in the Caring Professions. Additionally, Maria offers Supervision to Education, Health Service and Business Organisations.
Supervision is available on an individual or group basis at our Clinic in Limerick City. Maria also offers individual sessions at her Charleville, Co. Cork location.
Counsellor & Psychotherapist
Margaret has numerous years’ experience as a professional counsellor/psychotherapist both in private practice and within residential treatment facilities. She is a fully accredited member of Addiction Counsellors of Ireland (ACI). Over the years she engaged with issues relating to addiction, domestic abuse and support for families of individuals experiencing addiction.
Additionally, Margarete has extensive experience working with adults (individually and in groups) struggling with Trauma, Abuse, Grief and loss, Depression, Anxiety and Relationships. She advocates Harm Reduction Therapies when appropriate for the client. Margaret actively listens to her clients’ concerns and encourages self-awareness within a “safe, warm and confidential environment”.
Margaret’s distinctive qualities include effective communication skills, acceptance, compassion, kindness, empathy and relationship-building.
As a fully accredited member of the Irish Association of Counselling Professionals (MIACP), Patrick Barrett is a Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapist, specialising in Anxiety, Addiction and Depression.
Patrick believes in growth and transformation, and this is accessible to all regardless of any traumas, or other issues than may simply be slowing the process down. Each client is unique and in that respect require different treatments and/or interventions, hence this is a personal experience for everyone in their individuality. Therapy is a way of expressing that everyone deserves to be supported in who they are and what their individual experiences are.
Patrick works with each client where they are at in their own journey with no fixed agenda.
Sarah is a qualified Psychotherapist with a MSc (Hons) in Humanistic and Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from Turning Point Institute and UCC. She is a pre-accredited member of IACP.
Sarah works with clients to overcome and integrate trauma and any mental, emotional or energy blockages that may be present. Sarah believes in each of us having a unique spirit and dharma. Through enquiry and a safe space, clients can learn to integrate all parts of the self in order to become whole and thrive in their lives and relationships. Sarah uses a range of modalities including Person Centred Therapy, Psychosynthesis, Gestalt, Psychodynamic, Art, Family Constellations, and Somatic movement and Breathwork.
Emma is a qualified and accredited Humanistic Counsellor (MBACP), with further training in Mindfulness based approaches. She has valuable experience supporting people through a range of difficulties including anxiety, panic attacks, depression, trauma, self-esteem, stress, relationship issues, and supporting personal growth and self-discovery.
Emma offers counselling sessions online via secure video platform, providing a therapeutic space to help support you through the difficulties you may be facing. Integral to her practice is to provide a non-judgmental, accepting and empathetic connection where you can gain deeper understanding of your experience, help uncover any unhelpful beliefs or patterns that may be keeping you stuck, release any difficult feelings and emotions, and move towards a greater sense of self-acceptance, authenticity, and autonomy.