Brendan is a Psychotherapist with training both the Psychoanalytic and integrative traditions. He trained at Maynooth University, Dublin Business School and UCD at St Vincents University Hospital where he obtained an Honours Masters Degree in Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. He has many years working with individuals, couples and groups and tailors the sessions to suit the specific needs of each client in a non-directive manner. He is experienced in the areas of Depression, Anxiety, Suicide, Addiction, Abuse (Sexual, Physical & Emotional), Relationship issues, Sexuality and gender identity, Trauma, and bereavement. He is also experienced in work related issues particularly career change and career transition. As a former Olympic athlete he has worked extensively with elite athletes as they deal with the transition from their athletic career to mainstream life. Brendan works as a senior therapist with SOSAD, a voluntary organisation dealing with the area of suicide and all those affected by it. He has also worked as a therapist in the Abbey Trust in Co Kildare which deals with addiction and related issues from the point of view of the addict and those affected by an individual’s addiction. He is also a lecturer in cognitive based interviewing.
Brendan is a fully accredited member of The Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP) and the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI)
Brendan’s Fee is €80
Full qualifications & Certifications
Bachelor of Arts Degree, Anthropology – NUI Maynooth
Higher Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy – Dublin Business School
Master of Science Medicine Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy – UCD, St Vincents University Hospital