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Our Team


Ted Leahy


As a counsellor and psychotherapist I aim to provide a safe, reliable relationship and place where the person seeking support and guidance can begin the process of counselling. As each of us is unique and exceptional in our own right the journey will be different for everyone. My goal is to meet each client where they are at and for who they are when they arrive to therapy. The core foundations of my counselling approach are in my being real and true as a human being and therapist; in accepting each person as they are throughout the counselling process irrespective of what is revealed and shared along the way; and in bringing a warm compassion and caring to our time together.

As the work progresses I will endeavour to facilitate the development of inner self responsibility for the choices, directions and goals people decide to make in their lives. Working in the “here and now”, a phrase much heard these days, emanated primarily from Gestalt Therapy, one of the core foundation therapy schools of my training and a practice I incorporate in my work.

To aid with stress reduction, anxiety and the overall counselling and psychotherapy work I integrate mindfulness based exercises into my work.

I qualified with The Flatstone Institute of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy and am accredited with IAHIP. 

I completed a Certificate in Counselling and Diploma in Adolescent Psychotherapy. I engage in ongoing Continuous Professional Development. 

Eileen Ryan MIAHIP


I am a qualified psychotherapist/counsellor and an accredited member of IAHIP. I have several years experience working with both individuals and couples on both short and long term basis. 

I offer a welcoming space where clients can safely self reflect and explore their issues in a non-judgemental and confidential space. My training is humanistic and integrative psychotherapy. 




Diploma in Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy.

Certificate in Couples Counselling.

"Who looks outside, dreams: who looks inside, awakens"
                                                                         -Carl Jung

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