Sean works in private practice based in Dublin, with a particular interest in how early childhood abuse (physical, sexual or emotional) and trauma come to influence and shape our adult experience. Sean has extensive experience in the area of drug use and addiction and continues to explore it as a mechanism to avoid pain and as a substitute for meaningful human relationships. Other areas of interest include loneliness, social isolation, depression, anxiety & interpersonal struggles.
Sean is a part-time clinical lecturer for the MSc in Psycoanalytic Psychotheray in Trinity Medical School and teaches senior trainees for the IIPP.
Sean is a fully qualified Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist (B.A. (Hons) Psychology, MPhil, MSc, Dip Clin. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, MICP, MIFPP, MIIPP).
Laura practices psychoanalytic psychotherapy which explores how past experiences shape our present selves. Working with a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist offers sensitive insight into the root cause of our distress and how this affects our daily lives. Gaining a true understanding of why we feel and behave as we do can help us overcome our difficulties and can lead to a more enriched life.
With Laura clients can talk and be listened to in a non-judgmental and compassionate environment.
Laura graduated from Trinity College Dublin with an MSc in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. She also holds a post graduate HDip in Psychoanalytic Studies from UCD and a B.A. degree in Psychology from UCD.
Elaine holds an MSc in Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy from Trinity College, Dublin. She has a background in psychology, guidance counselling, yoga and meditation.
Elaine has worked one to one and in group settings with young adults for the past 12 years encountering a broad range of struggles. She is interested in how our initial early life, unconscious, felt experiences influence who we have become and has a desire to work with people to help them uncover and connect with their deeper selves. She believes in a committed, safe and supportive approach in working together to explore, negotiate and manage life's turmoil’s to gain an inner freedom.
Wendy offers private one to one psychotherapy in Dublin 2 and works from a Psychoanalytic perspective. A Psychoanalytic perspective is focused on understanding and working through unconscious motivations and desires to support self-discovery and emotional healing. Wendy is particularly interested in how childhood experiences shape our emotional lives and interpersonal struggles as adults. Wendy is also interested in music and how it can be used to support psychotherapy.
Wendy graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a MSc in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in 2021.
Una offers one to one psychotherapy to adults in a safe and a supportive envirnoment. She works from a Psychoanalytic perspective, using the unconscious drives and desires to help the individual work through whatever is having a negative effect on their lives.
Una has worked with children, young people and families for over 10 years. She delivers research-informed parenting support programmes and works therapeutically with childres, young people and adults.
Una graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a MSc in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in 2020.
Claire offers one-to-one therapy to adults of all ages in her practice in Dublin 8, online & by phone.
Claire is interested in how the stories and experiences of our past can shape our present in ways that are unique to each of us. She works with people who may be experiencing difficulties, or feeling stuck, to explore whatever is going on for them as individuals and in their relationships with others, in order to gain understanding and insights.
Claire holds an MSc in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from Trinity College Dublin.
Stephen has a background in healthcare and psychology. He is interested in patterns that we engage in that can become deeply rooted in life. He is interested in exploring the often unconscious meanings of these patterns that we play out in life, through discussion of repetitions, relationships, dreams and other areas.
He is also interested in addictions, family dynamics and depression.
Stephen has a BSc, and a higher diploma in Psychology, an MPhil in Psychoanalytic Studies and an MSc in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.
Molly Bredin O’ Connell
Molly offers individual therapy to adults in her clinic in Dublin 3. Using a psychoanalytic approach, she is particularly interested in exploring how a client’s problems may relate to unconscious processes, often with their roots in early life. Understanding this can facilitate change in relationships and quality of life.
Molly has worked in mental health for over seven years. She graduated with a Medical degree in 2013 and a Masters in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in 2021, both from Trinity College Dublin.
Elizabeth is a psychotherapist with an MSc in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from the School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin and a Higher Diploma in Psychotherapy from The School of Psychotherapy, UCD. Elizabeth engages with a wide variety of people including those who suffer from anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, grief, relationship problems and stress. Having worked in education and the arts, Elizabeth has a keen interest in the humanities.
Michelle has a private practice in both Dublin 18 and Dublin 2. She is particularly interested in psychosomatic illnesses, eating disorders, the transgenerational transmission of trauma, ASD, CSA and the use of music as a theraputic tool.
Michell lectures on the MSc in TCD and has served on the board of the IFPP for many years.
Michelle Sludds-Hickey is a fully qualified Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, Psychologist and lecturer.
Mary is a fully qualified pschoanalytic psychotherapist (MSc Psycoanalytic Psychotherapy) with a strong background in Healthcare and feels it a privilege to be a participant-observer in the therapy room. Mary believes the key to successful therapy is, as Shakespeare put it, “to thine own self be true”. This sentiment guides her practice.
Mary is a guest lecturer in Trinty College Dublin & the IIPP.
Roisin is particularly interested in working with young adults and with couples whose relationships are causing distress. She offers therapy in Irish and Spanish as well as English in her practice in Shankill, Co. Dublin.
Roisin is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist, a training analyst, clinical supervisor and teacher on the MSc. in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in Trinity College Dublin.
Francesca completed a Master in Philosophy at the University of Milan and studied for the MSc in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at Trinity College Dublin. She is currently a senior trainee with the Irish Institute for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. She is based in Wexford Town and can offer therapy in Italian in addition to English.
Maggie offers a safe space for one-to-one adult psychoanalytic psychotherapy, providing a supportive environment, which can facilitate change for her clients.
Maggie focuses on a psychoanalytic approach, which appreciates the importance of relationships and past experience. In the therapeutic proccess, the client will gain a deeper understanding of themselves through the exploration of thoughts, feelings, memories and dreams.
In 2016 Maggie completed a BSc. in psychology from Dubin Business School and in 2020 she graduated from Trinity College Dublin with an MSc. in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.