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Our Team

Professional Therapists who are passionate about their work

Marie Byrne


Marie is a qualified Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapist & also is the Glosna House Founder. She is a fully accredited member of The Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapists. All IAHIP accredited psychotherapists are fully qualified and experienced practitioners. She is also registered with The Irish Council for Psychotherapy - ICP. Marie creates & facilitates weekly support groups, meditation classes & workshops encouraging personal growth, self acceptance and letting go.

Before qualifying as a psychotherapist, Marie spent a large proportion of her career within the communication industry, in sales management and training positions. She worked for AIB, 2020 Logistics, Vodafone, Irish Broadband & The Sitel Corporation to name a few.

Marie works in an integrative, humanistic and trans-personal way with clients, honouring all parts of the person, emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually. She incorporates creative expression into her work and believes that each person has the ability to heal themselves and that self acceptance is key to bringing about positive change.

Liz Hutton 


Liz is a qualified Integrative and Humanistic Psychotherapist who trained with the Tivoli Institute, Dun Laoghaire. She is a fully accredited member of The Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapists. All IAHIP accredited psychotherapists are fully qualified and experienced practitioners.

In her work with clients Liz uses a humanistic and integrative approach, embracing psycho-dynamic & person-centred styles, which she tailors to suit individual client needs.

Liz continues to broaden her approach and has trained in mindful psychotherapy in addition to a range of continuous professional training courses including Trauma Training with Babette Rothschild. Liz is an affiliate psychotherapist with Towards Healing, an organisation that offers support services to survivors of clerical & institutional abuse.

Working from the belief that all human beings are unique and have the potential for positive growth, Liz aims to provide her clients with a professional, non-judgemental, supportive and safe environment.

Andrei Tcaciuc


Throughout the years, Andrei has focused on helping individuals to improve their mental health and to work on alleviating their personal difficulties. He uses a psychoanalytical approach to help people explore how the unconscious mind affects current relationships and patterns of thought, emotion and behaviour, especially in the context of continually experiencing loss and traumatic events.

Andrei has been helping people to become aware of the underlying sources of their difficulties, intellectually and emotionally, and to develop coping skills that would allow them to deal with the realities of their life situation. He offers a talking therapy which rather than trying to get rid of the problem, allows individuals to come to understand the experiences which have shaped their lives and are affecting their ability to deal with current difficulties. The purpose of this insight is to help them to bring about major change on their whole life perspective.

Areas of expertise (include, but not limited to): trauma, loss, grief, bereavement, anxiety, self-harm, addiction, eating disorders, stress, depression, gender issues, sexual identity, relationship difficulties, phobias, chronic fatigue, loneliness and isolation.

Academic background:

MSc. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, U.C.D., SVUH

MSc. Bereavement studies, R.C.S.I.

Post-grad diploma Specific Modality Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, SVUH

B.A.(Hons.) Psychology and Sociology;

Advanced Suicide Intervention Skills Training – HSE

Andrei is a fully accredited member of APPI and ICP.

Andrei operates a 72 hour cancellation policy and sessions are to be paid for in advance. 

Our Team

Professional Therapists who are passionate about their work

Geraldine kennedy


I am an accredited member of the Irish Association of Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapists. As an accredited member of IAHIP I attend supervision regularly and my client work is governed by their Code of Ethics and Practice for Psychotherapists. I am a registrant of the Irish Council for Psychotherapy & have also received the European Certificate of Psychotherapy (ECP).

My core training in humanistic and integrative psychotherapy was with the Tivoli Institute in Dun Laoghaire.

My Postgraduate training includes:

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, The Gestalt Process, Somatic Trauma Therapy & Bodywork Theory and Practice.

There are times and situations in life when it can be helpful to meet with a therapist.

​Together we can explore your individual life situation and relationships, ​with the aim of enabling you to live your life in a more satisfying and resourceful way.

I endeavour to create a secure and non-judgemental therapeutic space for clients.

In my work as a humanistic and integrative psychotherapist my approach is based on different therapeutic models and theories which are tailored to the individual client.

Caroline Shore

Training Family Therapist

Caroline is in her final year of a Masters in Family Therapy at UCD. Since graduating with a Degree in Social Studies from Trinity College in 2007, she has worked with children, adolescents and their families in a variety of areas including mental health and disabilities.

Caroline works with family members who are interested in reflecting on their relationships with each other and how these may be influencing their current difficulties or concerns. She seeks to understand the perspectives of each person and to explore how their past and current relationships, may be influencing their communication and behavioural patterns.

Caroline works with clients to understand the changes they would like to make and supports them in working towards these changes. She is sensitive to diverse family forms, beliefs and cultures and to enabling people to talk, together or individually, often about difficult or distressing issues, in ways that support recovery.

Family Therapy can be useful for children, young people and adults experiencing a range of difficulties and circumstances including: family communication problems; child and adolescent behaviour difficulties; couple relationship difficulties and separation, divorce and step-family life.

Megan King

Training Psychotherapist

After spending 17 years caring for people in health care I became aware of the need for mental health support. This lead me to undertake a Bachelor of Arts in Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy with ICPPD. I am in 3rd year of my degree. This QQI accredited course has thought me the importance of a safe, non-judgemental, supportive, nurturing space for clients to process what is bringing them to therapy.

Having gained insight through my training so far, I look forward to continuing my studies and continuing my personal development. Attending personal therapy, myself, I know the gifts that can come from therapy. I also attend regular supervision to support my development and the work with my clients.

I work at the clients pace and mainly work through person centred approach in the therapy room. However, having covered other therapies through my course I will suit the client and their needs.

Having recently completed courses such as Mindful Compassion for Wellbeing & Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) and Coercive Control. These are among some of the courses to continue my development as a therapist.

I am a student member of IACP and Garda vetted.

I look forward to accompanying you through your journey and supporting you while you discover what lead you here. 

Professional Therapists who are passionate about their work

Coman Wilkinson


I completed my training in Integrative Humanistic Counselling and Psychotherapy with Turning Point Institute & UCC, and am an accredited member of the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP), Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP) and the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP). I am also a qualified mediator and a member of the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland (MII).

As part of my therapist training I completed a two year clinical placement with the HSE Community Mental Health Service in Portlaoise. I followed up with a one year internship with Oakwood Psychology and Psychotherapy Consultants before joining the team there as an associate.

I am particularly interested in developmental trauma, early attachment deficits and their impact on our ability to relate to ourselves and others in a healthy and functional way.

My approach is humanistic and client centred. I try to embody Roger's core conditions of Congruence, Empathy and Unconditional Positive Regard for my clients. Psychotherapy allows one to build a relationship with a listening, empathic other in a non-threatening, non-judgemental space where difficult life challenges can be addressed. A successful therapy relationship is one where you feel heard understood and accepted, regardless of the issues you bring in. I see myself as a work in progress and having completed many, many hours of my own personal therapy, I know how difficult a path it can be. So I became a therapist to accompany and support others on theirs. I am very committed to the profession of psychotherapy and its continuing development to support people’s mental health and wellbeing.

Mary Lalor 

Pre Accredited Psychotherapist

Mary is pre accredited member of IACP, currently working towards full accreditation. She has completed her 3 years of training with ICPPD and continues to undergo developmental training as well as biweekly supervision. Mary uses a variety of integrative approaches which include Person Centred, Gestalt, CBT to name a few.

"I believe in empowering the client and building a trusting relationship with them, assisting them to make informed choices and making sure they play the lead role in the therapeutic process. I believe that a lot of the work can begin with the building of self esteem and self confidence and once these barriers are open, there are far fewer limitations on a person"

Mary works part time as a community care coordinator and hopes to make a full time transfer counselling in the near future. "I believe that counselling is the most worthwhile and kindest gift a person can give themselves and I am honoured to be a part of that process for my clients, watching them become the very best versions of themselves" 

Kamila Jelinkova

Psychologist & Training Psychoanalyst

Kamila holds a PSI accredited BA Degree in Psychology (QQI8) and is currently in the final year of MA in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (QQI9) in the Dublin Business School. She trained in the areas of perinatal mental health, chronic illness, inter-relational difficulties, depression, anxiety, trauma and addiction, and has published a paper related to some of these topics.

Kamila has a special interest in female-specific issues including the challenges of motherhood, sexual identity, female health, or domestic violence, and she is a proud volunteer of the SAOL Project. To support her training, Kamila attends regular workshops and educational seminars, is a registered member of the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI) and her work is under continuous supervision.

Kamila is available for long term support and is able to provide therapy in English or in Czech. Her work is based on psychoanalytic theories which emphasise the importance of unconscious processes and the power of language. Kamila believes that the human-subject is primarily a speaking-subject and therefore language founds the core of our being. Language / speech has the potential to transform - listening and suitably responding to a person’s speech can create a lasting change.

Kamila’s aim is to provide a safe non-judgmental space in which clients feel listened to, valued and supported throughout their journey of self-discovery and transformation.

Professional Therapists who are passionate about their work

Peter Mulvihill

Training Psychotherapist

Hi, my name is Peter and I am currently in third year as a Training Psychotherapist doing a Masters in Integrative and Humanistic Counselling and Psychotherapy with Turning Point Institute and University College Cork. I am a student member of IAHIP. There are many different modalities when it comes to psychotherapy. The modality that I mainly draw upon is Person Centered Therapy which views the therapeutic relationship as key to healing and change, but I also draw from other humanistic modalities such as Psychosynthesis.

My aim is to create a calm, safe space that will allow you to feel free to explore and discuss your concerns, worries, thoughts and even the happy events occurring in your life, whatever emerges during a session.

Up to this point in my life, I have worked in many different roles in healthcare and most recently in health and safety. I have travelled a long personal path on a quest to know who I am and how I became me. On that journey I have been thought and learned skills that I am sure will help others no matter where they are at in their journey, so I hope that our paths cross so we can learn from each other.

I look forward to meeting you along your journey and providing you with the support that you need at this time

Megan Dermody

Training Psychotherapist

Megan is a newly graduated psychotherapist and is pre-accredited member of APCP, currently working towards her accreditation hours.

She currently holds an undergraduate degree in addiction studies and an honours degree in counselling and psychotherapy. Megan uses an integrated approach which includes but is not limited to CBT, person centred and REBT.

She believes good mental health needs to be maintained and worked on and should be done with no fear of judgement or criticism.

As a psychotherapist she is committed to providing the highest level of care, creating a safe space and building the therapeutic relationship with her clients. She aim to enable them to reach their goals, improve their existing coping skills and empower them to make the changes they set out to make. 

Maria Ruiz Flynn

Holistic Therapist, Female Health Coach & Doula

Maria is a fully qualified Reflexologist, Massage Therapist and Health & Nutrition Coach. She specializes in Women’s Health, Fertility, Pregnancy, Postpartum as well as Infant care. She continues to add to the suite of services she offers clients & has trained in Indian Head Massage, Holistic Facials, Ear Candling & Reiki Healing.

Maria's has worked as a Birth & Postpartum Doula and Antenatal teacher for the past 5 years and has a deep passion for supporting people & families on these journeys to parenthood & beyond.

She believes in the importance of taking time out and getting that well-deserved time to relax and de-stress. She combines her natural skills & education in the holistic method of nutrition & lifestyle coaching to energize and aid in decreasing unwanted symptoms.

Maria aims to offer an empathetic, compassionate and non judgemental space where you can relax, learn, chat and grow in confidence regardless of what journey you are on. She hopes to welcome you soon

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Professional Therapists who are passionate about their work

Mark Redmond


Mark is a qualified Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapist who trained for 4 years at the Dublin Counselling and Therapy Centre, Gardiner St., qualifying in 2012. He is a fully accredited member of The Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP) and registrant of the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP).

Mark is currently doing a 2-year Masters in Loss and Bereavement with The Irish Hospice Foundation in conjunction with The Royal College of Surgeons Ireland.

In 2019, he completed a 2-year training in Creating 

Experiential Therapeutic Structures Based on Myth for groups using the philosophies of Paul Rebillot with the Fools Dance Gestalt Company (The Paul Rebillot School in Ireland). Mark is now an apprentice facilitator with this company, which hosts weeklong residential workshops such as The Hero's Journey, The Lover's Journey, Owning the Shadow, Death and Resurrection, The Dream Tarot, etc.

As a therapist, Mark aims to facilitate personal growth and troubling issues are opportunities for such growth and development. He especially likes working with the dreams and nightmares.

Claire Boland

Training Psychotherapist

Having returned to college, from the world of business and motherhood, Claire is in her third year of a BA in Counselling and Psychotherapy with ICHAS ( Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences) at Griffith College in Dublin. She has worked in a voluntary capacity with organisations such as AWARE and has a particular interest in supporting those suffering with depression, anxiety, loss of identity through trauma and relationship difficulties.

Claire has a particular interest in working with clients from a pluralistic perspective. Because each client is unique, each client needs different things from therapy. This collaborative integrative approach to therapy allows the therapist to draw from a number of interventions in the process of finding the most effective way to help. A key element of the pluralistic approach is shared decision making: talking to clients about what they want from therapy, and how they might most effectively be helped to get there.

Claire is a member of the APCP (Association of Professional Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Ireland). She attends regular personal therapy. Has regular supervision and has undertaken numerous extracurricular courses in pursuit of better understanding the many innovative ways of working in therapy.

Claire Kelly

Transformational Life Coach

Claire is a qualified Transformational Life Coach who trained with the Mindful Talent Coaching Academy and is a member of the Association for Coaching of Ireland. She is also certified in ‘The Science of Well Being’ and ‘The Therapeutic Use of Mindfulness’.

Claire is passionate about helping people to realise their value and unlock their full potential. Working from the belief that we all have the answers within, Claire offers a safe, positive, space with a heart centred approach to coaching (because we all need more love, compassion and kindness in our lives). She offers the space and time for her clients to tune in to themselves as she guides them through their transformation process as they go about creating the changes they desire in their lives.

Before training as a Life Coach, Claire underwent her own transformational journey after years of feeling ‘lost’, ‘stuck in a rut’ and ‘not living her life as she wanted’. Through study and her own life experience, she was saddened at how many people felt this way and set about training to support and encourage others to live their dreams, action their goals and makes the changes they longed for.

Founder of ‘The Happy Tree Coaching’ Claire believes that at any moment in time (like a tree) anyone can ‘turn over a new leaf’. As a coach, she will help you bloom and flourish.

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Professional Therapists who are passionate about their work

Marie Costigan

Training Family Therapist

Marie is in her fourth and final year of Masters in Systemic Family Therapy training with Clanwilliam Institute, Dublin. She is a student member of Family Therapy Association of Ireland. 

After graduating with a Higher Diploma in Psychology from University College Cork in 2016, she has worked with adults and children in various health settings including mental health, disabilities and brain injury.

Systemic Family Therapy, also known as Couple or Family Therapy, attempts to understand and address people’s pain and distress within the context it occurs in- like their family, relationships or environment. It can be helpful for children, adolescents and adults. Therapy can take place with one person on their own, couples, families or any other type of relationships.

Marie hopes to work with people looking at past and current patterns of communication and behaviours. Marie works from a place that focuses on recognising and building on people’s strengths and resources. She hopes to enable people to talk, either together, or individually, often about difficult or distressing issues, in ways that respects their experiences.

Michelle Mason

Training Psychotherapist/Art Therapist

Michelle is in her 3rd year at (DATC) Dublin art Therapy College, studying for her BA in Integrative Psychotherapy and Art Psychotherapy, with the view of gaining her Masters after year 4. As a student member of IACP, she is also attending her own Personal Therapist and Supervisor, with a commitment to on-going personal and professional development.

Michelle holds a BA in Applied Social Studies, with over 10 years’ experience in the field of Mental Health and Trauma informed care. It was from this that she became interested in Psychotherapy and Art Psychotherapy.

She uses the Person-Centred Approach with Integrative Psychotherapy and Art Therapy. Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that binds the power of art as a positive channel for communication. As it is a form of expressive therapy it is highly beneficial for anyone who finds it difficult communicating their feelings with words. You don’t need to be good at art to benefit from it as a therapy.

Michelle works with clients based on their individual needs, with the aim of bringing about self-awareness and resilience through a genuine, compassionate and trusting therapeutic relationship. I offer safe space where you are accepted and supported through the healing process. 

Jane Moore

Coach, Behavioural Analyst & Educator 

Jane graduated from the Irish Life Coach Institute with distinction as a personal and executive coach. As a secondary school teacher by day, she has a keen focus on helping teenagers or those who have recently left school or college to navigate and discover their new path.

She is also a certified behavioural, motivator and competency analyst which is one of the most applicable models in personal and organisational development. Jane is licensed to use psychometric assessments to assist in providing clarity around what motivates & drives clients, and what skills they could stretch and strengthen. This combined approach of hers allows clients an in-depth evaluation of where they are and how to get to where they want to be.

Jane is passionate about enabling the people she works 

with to reach the goals they want personally and professionally.

She can help to identify your unique talents, skills, and abilities making this a more manageable transition through a professional, empathetic service.

Jane strives to create a safe, open, and non-judgemental space in which the person she is working with can be their authentic self during this collaboration.