Dan Keogh (Dame Street Centre)
- MA (Hons) in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy
- HDip (Hons) in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy
- BA (Hons) in Social Care
Dan is an accredited humanistic and integrative psychotherapist who holds a Masters degree in humanistic and integrative psychotherapy. His work is guided and informed by the ethical guidelines of IAHIP. Dan sees the relationship between therapist and client as an essential part of his work.
Dan has 15 years experience working in social care, during which time he has been a strong support and advocate for clients who were experiencing the following life challenges; families at risk of and experiencing homelessness, young people leaving the care of the state and transitioning into adulthood, survivors of domestic abuse, clients with suicidal thoughts and ideations, mental health diagnoses e.g. schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, personality disorder, depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol addiction and advocating on behalf of clients with state and voluntary bodies. This experience in the social care sector in Ireland prepared Dan for his transition into working as a therapist who uses a client-centred approach to his work at all times.
Dan created a podcast series called The Dan Keogh Wellness Project, in which he interviews individuals from all walks of life about their approach to managing their own mental health and wellness with the view of inspiring others to improve theirs. Guests include Danny O’Reilly from The Coronas, Today FM DJ Dave Moore, the comedian Fred Cooke, poet and author Colm Keegan, Mal Tuohy lead-singer of The Riptide Movement, National Featherweight Title holder, boxer Eric Donovan and many more. Just search ‘Dan Keogh Wellness Project’ wherever you get your podcasts
Dan works relationally, with a strong mix of psychodynamics and gestalt approaches, always meeting his clients where they are at and working with them in order to provide a safe and warm space in which both therapist and client can connect and engage with one another meaningfully and therapeutically. Dan believes in the unlimited potential and beauty of every human, and champions the bravery and dedication that is required in order to take those steps towards better mental health and wellness management through engaging in psychotherapy.
Dan has experience working with the following:
- Survivors of abuse
- Self-confidence, body and esteem issues
- Bereavement and loss
- Life transitions
- Suicide and self-harm
- Relationship and family issues
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