“My aim is to make sure that every person who accesses our service receives respect and quality psychotherapeutic interventions that are tailored to meet the needs of the client”.
Qualifications and Accreditation
- Currently completing a Diploma in Traumatology (due to be completed by July 2020)
- MA(Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Hdip in Counselling and Psychotherapy, BA(HONs) Social Work, Hdip in Social Studies
- Accredited with Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) and CORU (Regulating Health and Social Care Professionals).
- Shaunna attends regular continuous professional development training and is committed to the codes and ethics of the IACP, and Irish Association for Humanistic and Integrative psychotherapy (IAHIP).
Shaunna has over 10 years’ experience working in a variety of environments including clinical private practices, HSE/public clinics and voluntary services. Shaunna experience includes the role of Deputy social work manager for a large teaching hospital for 12 years before we set up City Therapy. She also worked in Child mental health services, working directly with children and families on the frontline. Shaunna went back to college and completed Masters in Psychotherapy in 2013.
It is from Shaunna’s hands on experience and knowledge of psychotherapy and the public health system that helps led the way in creating a centre with high standards and quality service providing value for money. City Therapy is a centre promoting psychotherapy and the lasting benefits it has on people’s well-being, helping individuals to understand themselves better and move forward with their lives.
Shaunna received training in the area of Humanistic and Integrative model of psychotherapy. In her practice she is grounded in Rogers Person Centred approach and draws upon a number of different therapeutic theories and techniques; Psychodynamic and Object Relations Theory and Approach, Cognitive Behavioural Principals and Gestalt “here and now” concept.
Shaunna’s fee is €70 per 50min session.