B.A., H. Dip. Ed,. Dip. Psychotherapy, M.A. (Glamorgan), M. Phil. (TCD), M.A. (NUIG), MIACP, MIAHlP. Accred. Supervisor IAHIP.
Edward has been a trainer of psychotherapists since 1990 as well as maintaining a private practice as a psychotherapist and a supervisor. He is editor of 'Psychotherapy in Ireland' (Columba Press, 1993). He was appointed in 2003 by the Minister of Health and Children to an Expert Group which developed a new policy for mental health services in Ireland 'A Vision for Change'. He is currently Vice-President of the Irish Association for Psychotherapy in Primary Care (IAPPC) and a member of the Board of both the Irish Council for Psychotherapy and the Irish Association for Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy. His first collection of poetry ‘The Day of the Three Swans’, was published by Doire Press in 2010.


B.A., H. Dip. Ed., MSc.(TCD), Dip.CBT.(UW), MICP, MIFCAPP, EABCT.
Trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy at Trinity College Dublin and in Gestalt and body oriented psychotherapy in London. She is an accredited member of The Irish Forum for Child Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. She currently maintains a private practice as a psychotherapist and supervisor.


M.A.,DIP. Psycho. Couns., Cert Psycho. Ther.
Mark obtained degrees in psychology and Clinical Psychology and then went to London to study and work as a psychotherapist and trainer before returning to Dublin where he currently runs a private practice. He also supervises both groups and individuals and is a lecturer and trainer on the Masters in Counselling Psychology course in Trinity College, Dublin. His main interests are in psychosynthesis, Jungian, Object Relations and Gestalt approaches to therapy and how they can be integrated in his work with both individuals and groups.


MSc, MIAHIP, MIACP, ECP, Accredited Supervisor
Annie trained as a Biodynamic & Integrative Psychotherapist, studied group facilitation at UCC and attended Essex University, UK, where she obtained a MSc in Supervision & Reflective Practice. Annie maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Limerick where she supervises groups and individuals as well as working as a trainer on the MA in Humanistic Psychotherapy at UL. She is course director and principal trainer on the Super.Vision Training Programme, training practitioners from various professions in supervision. Annie specialises in supervision as well as working with eating disorders, self mutilation and sexual violence, having worked for many years in the Limerick Rape Crisis Centre.


Eilís O’Donoghue has worked as a psychotherapist for more than 25 years. Her approach to the work is humanistic, with a particular emphasis on the connections between the body, mind, spirit and emotions. Her practice is also informed by her interest in yoga and mindfulness. Eilís has a private practice as a psychotherapist  and supervisor working with individuals, couples, groups and organizations. She is an accredited member of IAHIP and an IAHIP accredited supervisor.


Freda has a background in nursing and a diploma in Health education. She has worked for years with people with cancer where she worked on an individual basis with people of all ages and stages of their life, living with a diagnosis of cancer. During this period she also facilitated groups with people with a diagnosis of cancer. She has also worked with a voluntary organisation as a therapist with clients at high risk, in this role she took part in training therapists working with clients at high risk and supported therapists working with clients at risk She is an accredited supervisor and runs a private practice in Killiney
At present she is also working as a skills trainer, supervisor and group therapist in Tivoli.


Before studying psychosynthesis with the late Michael O’Regan, Kathleen spent many years working with children with special needs.
She received a diploma in humanistic and integrative psychotherapy from The Creative Counseling Centre in 1990.
In 1996 after three years training, she completed the Core Curriculum Training as an Imagery Guide in the personal Totem Pole Process with The Institute for Visualization Research.
She is an accredited therapist and supervisor with IACP and IAHIP.
She has a particular interest in relationship issues, the transpersonal, as well as exploring the many aspects of the psyche through the medium of dreams. She has given many very popular workshops on this subject to numerous groups during the past twenty years. (Book on this subject in process of being published)
She has a private practice as a psychotherapist and supervisor.


Luci trained at Tivoli Institute as a psychotherapist and maintains a private practice in Clondalkin. Luci’s approach is humanistic and integrative and is a skills trainer and group therapist at Tivoli Institute.


BA Professional Theology (TCD), BEd Cum Laudes majoring in Educational Psychology and Sociology of Education (Queen's Belfast); MA Curriculum Development & Sociology of Education; Prof Dip Psychotherapy.
Rev Tom Gordon is  Church of Ireland Dean of Leighlin.