We represent the majority of Psychotherapists in the Republic of Ireland. We have a mandate to do so from our members. They come from five different traditions of psychotherapy, or different disciplines, but come together in the Council to advocate, educate and to promote psychotherapy.

We are a unique voice for the profession, democratically elected and internationally affiliated to the Euro-wide group charged with maintaining and improving standards, the European Association of Psychotherapy.

Directors

Elisabetta Petitbon

Chair, ICP – Constructivist Section

Elisabetta began her career as a Research Psychologist in Italy in 2003. She is working as a clinical psychologist for the Health Services Executive, (HSE), as well as private psychotherapy in English and Italian.

Elisabetta holds a degree in Clinical Psychology, an advanced degree in Constructivist Psychotherapy, a Masters in Psychodiagnostic and Personality Assessment, and a Masters in Training and Human Resources Management.

Patricia Scully

Deputy Chair, ICP – Couple & Family Therapy Section

Paul Flannery

Humanistic and Integrative Section

Paul works as a psychotherapist in private practice in Dublin at Life Change Therapy Centre and in the Student Counselling Service in Trinity College Dublin. He has a higher diploma and a masters in psychotherapy and also sits on the governing body of IAHIP.

Prior to his training in psychotherapy Paul qualified as an Industrial Engineer and has worked in management for 25 years for Irish and International companies.

Mary Sheill

Humanistic and Integrative Section

Helen Jones

Psychoanalytic Section

Mary Logue

Psychoanalytic Section

Samantha McGarry

Couple & Family Therapy Section

Eugene Thomas

Cognitive Behavioural Section

Geraldine Carroll

Cognitive Behavioural Section

Shenaz Kelly Rawat

Constructivist Section

Jo Kearney

Non-Executive Director

John Mac Cormaic

Non-Executive Director

Liam Silke

Non-Executive Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Ouellette

Non-Executive Director