Integrative Psychotherapist

Connor Cahill


  • B.Sc. (Hon) in Psychology
  • M.Sc. in Integrative Psychotherapy
  • Member MIACP

Work Experience

After graduating from Union College in New York, Connor spent several years as a mental health counsellor in the Boston area. This work focused on providing counselling, coaching, and skills to people who had struggled with mental health conditions. Connor then moved to Dublin and trained at DCU in Integrative Psychotherapy, where he became a qualified psychotherapist in several counselling and therapy styles, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Systemic Therapy, Humanistic and Person Centred Therapy, and Psychodynamic Therapy. In Dublin, Connor has provided counselling and psychotherapy to people in a wide range of contexts and situations including corporate, homeless, community, low cost, and general individual therapy. Because of this diverse background, Connor works with people who are experiencing any number of difficulties such as anxiety, depression, bereavement, negative thinking or behaviour patterns, anger management, sexual orientation, sexual difficulties, discontent or dissatisfaction, traumatic events, traumatic pasts, suicidal ideation or self-harm, and much more.

Underpinning Philosophy

Connor works with people who are experiencing some type of difficulty in their life, and are looking to understand, grow, challenge, or change through this experience. Each person and situation is unique, and so each session will take tools and elements from different therapy and counselling approaches, like CBT, to help you best. Therapy and counselling is a very personal and cooperative endeavour, so each session provides the space and empathy to include and work strongly with your input and perspective throughout the process. This often comes in the form of building a ‘toolbox’ of practical applications a person can begin to use in their day to day, in addition to building understanding and awareness of themselves and their context in order to meet their goals for therapy. By gaining insight into our thoughts, emotions, behaviours, and pasts we can build our self-awareness and gain the potential to grow or change for the better.

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