Offering support to individuals experiencing Common Mental Health problems at home and at work

About us


Lynne is a Chartered Psychologist with The Psychological Society of Ireland (M5316C) and a full member of The Divisions of Work and Organisational Psychology and Counselling Psychology. A graduate of UCD Dublin, Lynne holds a Masters Degree in Organisational Psychology (UCD) and a Masters in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (NCPII, Limerick). Lynne has been working as a psychological clinician since 2008 after returning to college to retrain. Prior to that Lynne worked in business management for more than 20 years.

In recent years Lynne has developed a particular interest in treating anxiety disorders. Her corporate clients include many who avail of her skills in Critical Incident Stress Management interventions and training. This includes Psychological First Aid and CBT interventions to those who have experienced trauma in the workplace. Lynne is a member of the CISM Network Steering Committee and sits on various sub-committees aimed at increasing awareness and best practice approaches to workplace critical incidents and trauma.

Lynne’s private practice includes GP referrals for clients experiencing anxiety and related disorders where she uses CBT interventions and techniques.


Thoughts on Awareness

"Mindful awareness is about learning to pay attention, in the present moment, and without judgement. It’s like training a muscle – training attention to be where you want it to be."

Professor Mark Williams - Research Fellow at the University of Oxford

“The best way to capture moments is to pay attention. This is how we cultivate mindfulness. Mindfulness means being awake. It means knowing what you are doing.”

John Kabat-Zinn - Author

“Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it. Always work with it, not against it.”

Eckhart Tolle - Philosopher

In Ireland one quarter of all people will experience a mental health problem during their lifetime

At the beginning of the 21st century it was estimated that the worldwide prevalence of mental health issues among adults was 10% or an estimated 450 million sufferers.


It's Good to Talk About it

Verbalizing a problem can reduce it considerably.
Sometimes it just takes an open ear..

Talk it out?