Bray Counselling and Therapy Centre


Sinead Hanly

Sinead Hanly, B.A. Mod. Lg. Sci., Diploma in Humanistic and Integrative Counselling, M. Sc. Psychotherapy (Systemic) M.I.C.P., M.I.A.C.P., F.T.A.I., E.C.P.

I set up the Bray Counselling and Therapy Centre in 2007.

I work as a counsellor and family therapist. My practice includes individuals, families and couples. I trained in humanistic and integrative counselling with the Institute of Creative Counselling and Psychotherapy and in family therapy on the U.C.D./Mater Hospital Family Therapy Training Programme. I aim to integrate both these approaches in my work. I also hold a European Certificate in Psychotherapy.

I work as a consultant, facilitator and trainer. I am a former board member of The Homeless Agency and The Family Support Agency. I chaired the Consultative Forum of The Homeless Agency and the monitoring group for the S.A.V.I. Report. I am a former member of The National Steering Committee on Violence Against Women. In this work I am particularly interested in achieving consensus and in working towards agreed goals.

I also have a particular interest in counselling for low vision and sight loss and I volunteer for the National Council for the Blind of Ireland.

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