Linda Wilkinson

Training & Accreditation

Linda is an IACP accredited Counsellor and Psychotherapist. She began her studies in 2012 with a certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy. With a desire to understand more about the human experience, she went on to complete a four-year degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy and holds an honours degree from Middlesex University. She has also completed a diploma in Traumatology and has a keen interest in psychoanalysis and is a member of the Kleinian Association of Ireland.

Approach

“Absolutely central to my counselling philosophy is the belief that the quality of the relationship between client and therapist is key to effective therapy. In my experience when the client feels safe, understood and respected they will take the risk to open up and share their inner most thoughts and feelings.

My approach is integrative, meaning different styles of therapy are taken into consideration when working with you. These include Person-Centred or Humanistic approach, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. I endeavour to meet you where you are on your journey and develop a solid therapeutic working relationship”.

Experience & Areas of Interest

Linda works with individuals over 16 years old. She has five years’ experience working with Fatima Groups United, providing Counselling and Psychotherapy to a diverse community.

She has worked with an array of issues and has a special interest in childhood trauma and loss and grief.

Languages

English

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