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Hello

Dia duit, is mise Sinéad. (Hello, I am Sinéad).

I am an Irish woman living in the heart of the countryside and I have always been fascinated by life, people, human behaviour, and this earth we call home.

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I am a qualified counsellor and psychotherapist & yoga and meditation teacher in private practice since 2019. I have trained as an integrative therapist, meaning I have studied a number of modalities in the psychotherapeutic field including CBT, psychoan

 

alysis, person-centred, existential and gestalt. I adapt my style of approach depending on the client's needs and presenting issues, keeping the clients best potential outcome at heart at all times. I feel I am deeply empathetic and offer a warm, safe environment for clients to journey within without judgment. It is my belief that everyone should at least once experience the unique process of therapy and really hear their own voice and their own words. It is an honour to journey with a client through this process and help them unlock their unique gifts and talents while healing and addressing issues that are presenting in the present moment.

 

As I was engaging with psychotherapeutic work, I became aware of my desire to have the tools to go beyond one- one therapeutic work and develop into a more holistic practitioner and broaden the range of services I could offer. In my personal life, I was seeing the benefits of attending yoga classes and meditating daily and wished to bring this practice to others in hope that it would touch their lives as much as it did mine. It especially helped to strengthen my spirituality and aided me in dealing with challenging life events and it was because of this that I decided to pursue this area of studies. I went on to qualify as a yoga instructor having completed a 200-hour yoga alliance certified teacher training with ‘peakbeings yoga’ in Bali, Indonesia. Here I learned the tools and practices of assisting others to unify mind body and spirit through yoga postures, breath-work and meditation. 

Sinead

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