Facilitators and Therapists
All qualified Process Worker therapists have undertaken an advanced training of at least six years and hold the title of Diplomate in Process Oriented Psychology.
Helena Ahern is a Psychologist, Psychotherapist and a Certified Process Worker. She is Head of the Counselling and Personal Development Service in Dublin City University. She is a therapist, group facilitator, trainer and manager. Currently she is interested in Mindfulness Meditation in conjunction with Process Work.
RMN, Dip. Child & Adolescent Psy, EFT., M.A. Dev. Dip. Management, Process Work Diplomate.
I first began working as a Community Mental Health Nurse in the promotion of rehabilitation and community inclusion. Most of my mainstream working life is in the service provision of Mental Health and Disability service provision in Ireland. More recent work includes health research, training and project development. Currently I lead teams in the development of services for people with Autism throughout the East Coast of Ireland. As a Process Worker, I have practiced for over ten years in working with individuals, couples and groups in the role of therapist. I continually strive to integrate Process Work into my mainstream role of health care, which has been an essential ‘backbone’ in facilitating diversity in my mainstream role and personal practice.
Dipl. PW, MA Integrative Arts Psychotherapy (Reg. U.K.C.P; Europe accredited EMDR) Jill is currently working in private practice as a psychotherapist and supervisor. Her work includes teaching and facilitating group dynamics in colleges, community and organisations in both the UK and Ireland. Jill has co-authored a book with Sara Hollwey, ‘The Inner Camino: A Path of Awakening’. This is a practical handbook for inner development and accompanies consultation and training programmes (www.inner-camino.com).
MA., HDE., is a Certified Process Worker and co-founder of Process Work Ireland. She is an accredited member and supervisor with IAHIP and SAI. She has a private psychotherapy practice working with individuals, couples and groups and she supervises individuals and groups. She is involved in organizational development with management and executive teams specialising in leadership development, conflict facilitation, change management and team building. She has developed and facilitated programmes on intercultural relationships with religious communities in Ireland, UK, Germany, Poland and Nigeria. She has recently published an article on Process Oriented Psychology in Inside Out, the journal for integrative and humanistic psychotherapists in Ireland. Her deepest wish is to welcome the unknown, the mysterious and the disturbing as sources of wisdom and guidance in her life and work and to support others on that journey.
(MPP, B.Soc (Hons), DIPL PW, Post Graduate Diploma CDRS, Approved Mediator MII, CIHM).
Geraldine is a Process Work Diplomate and an Approved Mediator with MII. She has a postgraduate diploma in Conflict and Dispute Resolution Studies from Trinity College. She also has a certificate in Advanced Facilitation Skills from Meitheal. She has been involved in the Community Development Sector, in both a paid and voluntary capacity, for over 20 years. Geraldine has a special interest in the role policy development and implementation plays in organisational development. She is a member of IAPOP , the Chartered Institute for Housing and the Mediators Institute of Ireland.
(Reg.Psychol.P.S.I; I.A.H.I.P; I.A.C.P, Dipl.PW) works in private practice with individuals, couples and families, and in the University College Dublin as part of the School of Psychology. She is a registered clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, as well as an experienced supervisor. Her work includes teaching and facilitating students and groups. She operates out of a humanistic and integrative approach to psychotherapy, based predominantly upon a synthesis of Process Work and Anthroposophical psychology, and informed by her experience within clinical practice and mainstream psychology. Sara has co-authored a book with Jill Brierley, ‘The Inner Camino: A Path of Awakening’. This is a practical handbook for inner development, and accompanies a consultation and training programme.
Eileen is a Registered Psychiatric Nurse with An bord Altranais where she had gained over 30 years experience working in mental health. She is a Certified Process Worker and holds a diploma in Addiction studies from Trinity College, Dublin and also a Certificate in Jungian Sand Therapy Technique from The Sand Therapy Institute of Ireland. Eileen has a particular interest in depression, addictions psychosomatic disorders and relationships. She is an accredited member with IAAAC. Presently she has a private psychotherapy practice in Co. Kildare.
Mob: 087 259 252
Wanda Scarff is a Certified Process Worker currently working as a therapist in the Ranelagh area. She is accredited with the I.A.H.I.P and the N.A.P.C.P. For more information please see www.carraigabhainncounselling.com
Qualifications: Diploma in Process Oriented Psychology, H. Dip.:School Guidance and Counselling, Nat. Cert. in Soc. St.- Counselling, B.Rel.Sc.
Tel: 087 7601 745
Grace Walsh is a Process Work Diplomate. She holds a degree in Science, a Higher Diploma in Education and a Diploma in Religious Studies.
She worked as a secondary teacher for 38 years. She also worked for twenty years as an education and marriage counsellor with Accord. She retired from her position as deputy principal of a large all girls voluntary secondary school in 2000 to pursue a career in Psychotherapy. She has worked in this field from 2002 and has a special interest in working with relationships, extreme states of consciousness and spiritual difficulties. Grace is the founder member of the Process Work Learning Lab and regularly facilitates the Learning Lab.
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