Qualifications: M.Ps.S.I., MA Psychotherapy, BA (Hons) Psychology, HDIP Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Kieran is a member of the Psychological Society of Ireland and holds a BA in Psychology, an MA in Psychotherapy, a Higher Diploma in Arts in Counselling and Psychotherapy and a Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). He holds additional qualifications from the National Centre for Eating Disorders in London and a National Certificate in Exercise and Fitness from the University of Limerick.
Having completed a BA in Psychology Kieran went on to train as a Psychotherapist. He has worked in the Student Counselling Service in Trinity College, Dublin, The Oasis Centre, and in private practice. He has facilitated groups for BodyWhys, the eating Disorders Association of Ireland, and is experienced in working with adults covering a range of issues including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addictions, sexuality, identity issues, trauma, self-esteem and confidence, relationship difficulties, OCD, existential issues, life crises and building resilience.
At certain times in our lives we can find life situations and experiences to be overwhelming. Having someone who will sit with and support us while we go through these experiences and develop deeper insight into ourselves can facilitate greater change and growth to emerge from within than we ever thought possible.
Kieran’s humanistic and integrative psychotherapy approach leads the client on an exploration of life experiences and symptoms which has led to the current difficult situation or crisis. In his practice he draws on a variety of theoretical schools and therapies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychoanalysis, Family Systems Therapy, Developmental Psychology, Gestalt Theory, Object Relations Theory and Existential Psychotherapy.