Dr Siobhan McNally
Siobhan is a Counselling Psychologist and member of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) and Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). She has experience in a variety of specialist and health care settings across the UK and Ireland.
With expertise in both assessment and therapy, Siobhan’s experience includes short and long term clinical work, in areas including but not limited to; depression, anxiety, personality disorders, addiction, loss and trauma, autism, disability, and challenging behaviour, within a range of inpatient and community based mental health and primary care psychology services.
Siobhan’s therapeutic interests include Emotion-Focused, Cognitive-Analytic and Existential therapies with a focus upon subjective meaning and emotional processing. Her doctoral research formed part of an initiative within Trinity College aimed at developing Emotion Focused Therapy as a treatment approach for Depression. Siobhan’s research findings have been presented at a number of events and conferences within Europe and the United States.