Training & Accreditation
“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” – Viktor Frankl
Eoghan is an accredited member of the Irish Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (IACP) and holds a Diploma and Honours Degree in counselling and psychotherapy from PCI College, accredited by Middlesex University. After completing his degree, he began working with clients in the homeless community where he gained a lot of experience working with people around trauma, addiction and suicidality. He continues to work for a suicide response and prevention service.
“I believe counselling provides us with an opportunity to make connections. These connections can take many forms. We can make connections to our thoughts, our emotions and to aspects of our experience that were previously unknown to us. We can begin to piece together parts of our past or current experience. We can begin to connect with ourselves, to our bodies, in a way that we have not before. Counselling allows us to make these connections through an exploration of our experience with another person, the counsellor.”
Eoghan uses an integrative approach to therapy, working mainly from a Humanistic perspective, while also integrating other approaches like Existential, Gestalt and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Experience & Areas of Interest
Eoghan has worked with individual adults around areas such as stress, anxiety, depression, anger, suicide, trauma, abuse, addiction, loss, bereavement, relationship difficulties, self-esteem, self-hate, forgiveness, personal development and identity. Eoghan is particularly interested in how we find meaning and purpose in our lives and what it means to live an examined life. Eoghan is passionate about mindfulness and the power it has to transform nearly every aspect of our lives for the better.
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