Liz Wright MIAHIP
Qualifications & Accreditations:
Accredited with IAHIP (Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy), Registered Member of ICP (Irish Council for Psychotherapy)
Honours degree in Social Science, Post Grad Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy (1999), Certificate in Advanced CBT, Certificate in Mindfulness approaches, Certificate in Group Therapy, Certificate in working with the Gestalt Process, Certificate in Sand Therapy, and Certificate in Integrative Bodywork.
Issues worked with:
Anxiety, Depression, Trauma and PTSD, Bereavement and Loss, Relationship Issues, Family Problems, Anger, Self-Esteem, Abortion, Work Related Stress
Health Insurance Cover:
I do offer Video/Web-cam/Skype sessions
€70 (50 min individual session) €75 (60 min couple session)
I do offer concession
Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP), The Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP)
Humanistic and Integrative, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Couple and Family Therapy, Mindfulness, Play Therapy
ABOUT ME & MY APPROACH
My training in many disciplines of therapy enables me to adapt the therapy style to the client. I have a collaborative approach and I draw on models such as mindfulness, CBT, and ACT, together with creative and somatic exploration, to access feelings or resources. I often describe therapy as ‘facilitating people to get out of their own way’. As well as maintaining a private practice I work as a counsellor in HSE primary care and, I also facilitate mindfulness, and parenting training, with the ETB.
Since qualifying as a counsellor and psychotherapist in 1999 my experience has been rich and varied. This experience includes working as clinical director in a residential psychotherapy centre, maintaining a private practice, designing and delivering many personal development group programmes. During 3 years living in New Zealand I tutored on the psychotherapy degree training, where I designed and delivered the creative therapies module as well as facilitating humanistic and self development groups. I have also been cited in health articles for national papers, and local radio in Ireland, also in a newspaper in New Zealand.