Caroline Nolan - Medical Herbalist & Psychotherapist, MH, MIACP.

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Caroline Nolan is a Medical Herbalist, Psychotherapist and Clinical & Cross-Professional Supervisor , working with a range of natural healing protocols including herbal cleansing, diet, iridology and mind-body techniques. Caroline’s unique combination of training and experience informs her healing approach, combining natural healing and herbs with psychotherapeutic awareness. It is the combination of these approaches that is the cornerstone of her practice whereby regardless of the individual therapy being provided, the work is grounded in a truly holistic, integrative, mind-body paradigm of health and wellbeing. 

Caroline has been working in a therapeutic capacity with people from all walks of life for the last 15years. Her own journey of personal development and healing has brought her to work with and study under many teacher from different traditions of meditation, healing and spirituality. Caroline’s commitment to her own professional and personal development is ongoing as she models the role of self-care and continued growth to her clients and patients. 

Her passion for natural healing and herbal medicine stems from her own personal life experience and working with people whose lives have been limited by the allopathic approach to health. The awareness of the mind-body connection underpins Caroline’s understanding of health and this is reflected in her work with people. It is her passion and purpose to offer whole person healing to people looking for vibrant health and to educate and inform people around these issues. Caroline is a member of the following professional bodies:

  • The Irish Association of Master Medical Herbalists
  • The Irish Institute of Iridologists
  • Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (IACP)
  • Addiction Counsellor’s of Ireland (ACI)

Fiona Daly -  Psychotherapist, MIACP BA (Hons)

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Fiona is a Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapist and certified Couples Counsellor, holding a Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychotherapy and Counselling.

The Humanistic and Integrative approach emphasizes human uniqueness, positive qualities, and individual potential and integrates a range of modalities including: Person-centered, Psychodynamic and Existential Psychotherapy, Family Systems and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Body Oriented and Group Psychotherapy and working with Issues of sexual Violence and Abuse.

Fiona has spent the last ten years in an in depth study of human sexuality and relating including

  • Relating techniques from Gestalt, Non-Violent Communication, and Rogerian Psychotherapy Couples Counselling and Emotion Focused Couples Therapy.
  • Body Oriented techniques that assist in releasing held tensions, both emotional and physical: Neo-Reichian Bodywork, Breathwork, Somatics, Authentic Movement and Yoga.
  • Sexuality and relationship practices drawn from Tantra an ancient eastern tradition which views sex and relationship as having the potential to be the most profoundly transformational process for a human being.

Fiona has successfully completed teacher trainings with two of the top international Tantra schools, and continues her professional development attending workshops and seminars including Yoga, Dance, Meditation, Women's Sexuality, Marriage Counselling, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, Family Constellations, Conflict Resolution and Psychosexual therapy.

Laura Coffey -  MSc Art Psychotherapy

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Laura received her MSc Art Psychotherapy in 2012 from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. She is an accredited member of IACAT and has 8 years experience using art therapeutically. She has facilitated group and individual interventions for a range of clients including; young people with intellectual disabilities and autism, children with emotional/behavioural issues, asylum seekers and refugees with PTSD, adults affected by psychiatric disorders and elderly people diagnosed with Alzheimers.

Art psychotherapy uses creative techniques such as drawing, painting, collage, coloring, or sculpting to help people express themselves artistically and examine the psychological and emotional undertones in their art, It can help you to:

  • make the changes that you want to see in your life

  • safely process traumatic experiences

  • work with overwhelming feelings (anxiety, depression, loss, pain )

  • navigate life transitions ( bereavement, separation, health issues)

  • find personal meaning

  • improve relationships

  • support your child's development and wellbeing

Laura uses an integrative psychotherapy approach in which she includes elements of Narrative Therapy, Play Therapy, Mindfulness and CBT techniques which she has acquired through her training and work experience. 

Louise Burke -  CranioSacral Therapist 

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Louise is an intuitive, heart-centered CranioSacral Therapist.

With over 13 years of experience in the field of complementary health with her own clinic in Cork city including 8 years working at Cork Cancer Support House giving holistic treatments to cancer patients and their families.

Louise has taken part in many International CranioSacral Intensive Programs which is a full day of multi hands CranioSacral therapy on a client,( i.e.: 3 therapist to 1 client and family ) everyday for 3 to 5 days including aquatic craniosacral therapy and equine craniosacral therapy. Life changing events!!

Louise practices CranioSacral Therapy,Reflexology,Holistic Massage,Pregnancy Massage,Indian Head Massage,Energy Therapies including IET and Reiki.

Amy Coughlan -  Holistic Therapies

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With nearly 10 years in the holistic industry Amy has a wealth of training, experience and knowledge laid down as a foundation for her unique & personalised treatments.
    Amy has qualifications in Aromatherpay, Sports massage, Pregnancy massage, Hot Stone massage, Indian head massage, Reflexology. LomiLomi Massage, Thai massage, Swedish Body massage, Skin Care, eye treatments and is a qualified Baby Massage instructor.
      Although she rarely uses just one treatment at a time, instead opting to combine therapies and techniques that will best suit the needs of the person in front of her, for example combining aromatherapy, deep tissue and Indian head massage techniques may work best for someone suffering with tightness in the shoulders and neck.
      This approach leads to a truly beneficial treatment by targeting the issues & concerns of her client.
      On your first visit you'll fill in a consultation and discuss what it is you'd like to gain from your treatment. Afterwards you'll be given a few minutes to rest before discussing how best to move forward.

Sherron St Clair - Massage Therapist & Reflexologist 


I work with massage as a way of nurturing through touch. This has far reaching physical, emotional and psychological benefits. Massage enables the receiver to experience deep relaxation, increased vitality and improved general health, including improved breathing, circulation and digestion. A complete session ranges from an hour, an hour and a half to two hours. It is more than ‘just’ a massage. Unless you’ve something major going on, my sessions can last for 4-6 weeks. During this time, the body has an opportunity to process, digest, clean itself in preparation for me dropping down another layer. 

Reflexology accesss these nerve endings which are linked to every organ and system of the body. Through manipulation I work to help to unblock the flow of energy in organs and re-balance entire systems.

Anne Rivas Renedo - Reflexologist & Indian Head Massage , MNRRI.

Anne Rivas Renedo MNRRI is qualified in Reflexology and a Member of the National Register of Reflexologists in Ireland. Her origins come from the South West of France. Having arrived in Ireland 16 years ago she’s developed an interest & awareness regarding health and well-being. Her natural predisposition for caring and helping others including young children and the elderly brought her to work in the field of education & care in France and Ireland.

As a Therapist, she brings knowledge, experience and sensitivity in helping people on their journey towards better health and well-being. She understands and appreciates the value of using Reflexology for therapeutic care. Her treatment is holistic, grounded and tailored to suit people of all ages. She’s qualified in Anatomy and Physiology which supports her work as a Reflexologist. She is compassionate and enthusiastic about seeing people getting benefits from Reflexology as she truly believes through her own experience with clients that

Reflexology is very effective and also a safe and a non- invasive complete therapy. Reflexology is a both a natural support for our modern life and also helps us in crossing to different stages of our life. Reflexology promotes health well-being by creating a state of balance & serenity in the person as a whole and in encouraging the body’s natural healing process. Reflexology as a complementary therapy and works with respect to conventional medicine and practitioners. Anne is always keen to up-grade her skills for professional development. Yoga and Meditation are very important for her as a Therapist practicing for several years, and participating at different workshops. Reflexology treatments can be covered by health care insurances.

Reflexology can help with a lot of common health problems: stress, insomnia, digestive problems, circulatory problems, back problems, sciatic, headache or migraine, hormonal problems, aches and pains, sinus congestion

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Dr. Nina Devlin - Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, MB DCH MICGP MRCPsych MD

Dr. Nina Devlin, MB DCH MICGP MRCPsych MD (MRN 018541) completed her medical education at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and qualified in Medicine in 1994. She fully trained in family medicine, in RCSI, working in general practice until 2000 before specialising in psychiatry training with St John of God service, and sub-specialising in child and adolescent psychiatry with Lucena and University College Dublin Training scheme. She qualified as a member of Irish College of General Practitioners in 2000 and obtained Membership in Psychiatry from the Royal College of Psychiatrists in London in 2008. Dr. Devlin is a current member of the College of Psychiatrists in Ireland.
Her main interest is in early intervention and prevention in the health and wellbeing for young people. Her holistic approach to healthcare involves integrating both mind and body in her therapeutic work. Dr. Nina Marie Devlin worked in the national adolescent inpatient unit at St. Vincent’s hospital, Fairview for teenagers with moderate to severe mental health disorders aged 16-18 while also assisting in the set up of the early intervention clinic in St. Patrick’s Hospital for young people aged 18-25.
Dr. Devlin is working as specialist consultant child and adolescent Psychiatrist in the HSE for the last 4 years in Dublin and is currently working in private practice in Wicklow and Dublin with young people under 18 years. She also holds a sessional position for the HSE/Daughters of Charity for children and adolescents with mental health problems and carrying a diagnosis of moderate to severe learning difficulties.

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Carol Redmond is a Life Coach conducting one hour, one-to-one, sessions in the Life Coaching Process, which is dynamic and future-based, designed to move the client forward in their lives.  Carol qualified as a Life and Business Coach in 2003 (Life and Business Coaching Diploma  - Coach Institute of Ireland) following a 21 year career in Financial Services. Coming from this background, and with a particular interest in how we behave, she has leaned more towards the Non-Directive end of the Life Coaching spectrum which, firstly, involves actively listening to her clients, finding out what is going on for them, then working together on adjustments to behaviours and habits to facilitate making choices and decisions.

Changes are then made, if needed, leading to plans of action, working out what steps they could take to allow them acknowledge their unique talents, skills and strengths; to uncover their natural resilience; to give practical tools, facilitating the creation of a structure they can operate their lives from that will ensure a positive, happier, more contented and effective way of living, which will stay with them long after the Life Coaching process has completed.

Carol also has a particular interest in Positive Psychology and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and has studied in both these areas (Certificate in Psychology, NUI Maynooth) and a Mindfulness for Professionals course. Engaging in Life Coaching sessions, the client is given the opportunity to explore their lives as it is,  using this time and space -  which is totally focused on them -  to clear their minds, figure out what they want, make plans, choices and decisions which will ensure they live their best life, having a positive effect on every aspect of their lives, their families, friends and colleagues.

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Patricia Carroll FTAI, ICP, EAP - Family Therapist

Patricia is a systemic therapist, she has worked for the past 25 years with individuals, couples, family and children. She was also on the board of Collaborative Practice and is a trained Collaborative Practitioner. Patricia trained in the Clanwilliam Institute and worked there for a number of years after qualifying. She also is a trained mediator. Patricia is currently employed by the Wicklow Child and Family Project and also works in a private capacity.

Patricia is a member of the Family Therapy Association of Ireland (FTAI), Irish Association of Psychotherapists (ICP), and the European Association of Psychotherapists (EAP).

Patricia specialises in the following:

  • Abuse Issues
  • Alcoholism
  • Adolescent/Teenager problems
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement & feelings associated with loss
  • Couples Counselling
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Coping with illness and Disability
  • Family Counselling
  • Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Relationship Issues
  • Self- harm
  • Separation Issues
  • Issues related to Trauma

For further information or to make an appointment contact Patricia on: 01-2873162