Systemic Family Psychotherapist
Sarah holds a BA (hons) in psychology, a professional MSc in Systemic Psychotherapy, a diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and has additional qualifications in the areas of Suicide intervention, addiction, clinical management, therapeutic crisis interventions and Psychometric assessments. She is an accredited member of the Family therapy association of Ireland (FTAI), The Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP), and the European association for Psychotherapy (EAP).
Sarah Carries an active case load in the Family Centre working with couples, families, children and parents; she incorporates a variety of therapeutic models in her work including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) techniques. She also incorporates aspects of attachment theory, narrative therapy, and mindfulness regularly in her therapeutic work. She is particularly interested in working with parents because of the importance of the parent-child relationship, and working with children. Sarah works with all types of problems that children can present with. For example anxiety, difficulties sleeping, psychosomatic problems, depression, eating disorders and learning problems. She uses lots of different approaches – depending on the child’s personality and age – talking/listening, art, sand tray therapy, dream interpretation, CBT methods and Mindfulness.
Works With: Individuals, couples, children, adolescents & families.
Client Age Range: Adults, children & adolescents