Margaret Fiona O’Brien

Margaret is an experienced psychotherapist working with individuals encountering a number of issues including Stress, Anxiety, Panic attacks, Chronic illness, Depression, Self-Harm Suicide, Post-Traumatic Stress, Addiction, Eating Disorders, Bereavement, Abuse in all its forms, separation/divorce, Struggles with anger, Adolescent behavioural issues, Conflict at home, school refusal, bullying and Parenting Strategy Work. She strives for the establishment of trust and offers respect in supporting each client to explore and share worries and fears in a safe and confidential environment.

Margaret works from a humanistic perspective, valuing the holistic development of each client. She works to suit the specific needs of each client, from adults to adolescents (youths) drawing on a variety of evidence based approaches which include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Gestalt Therapy and Mindfulness.

Margaret began her professional life in law and has over ten years experience working as a solicitor. She always maintained an interest in human developmental psychology. Subsequently she trained as a psychotherapist in the University of Limerick and holds a Masters in Integrative Psychotherapy. Margaret is committed to continuing education and clinical research. She is currently completing a MSc in Adolescent Psychotherapy, validated by the University of Northampton and under the expert tutelage of Bronagh Starrs internationally renowned specialist adolescent psychotherapist and trainer.

Margaret holds Garda clearance, works within the ethical framework of the IAHIP and under The Children First Act (2015).

To contact Margaret please call 087-7947701 or email