Aoife O’Neill received her undergraduate degree from Dublin Business School, BA (Hons) and has a postgraduate diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy received from Belfast Cognitive Therapy Centre accredited by the BACP (IACP equivalent). Aoife holds a professional certificate in Child & Adolescent CBT. Aoife also holds a certificate in Training Delivery and Evaluation (QQI Level 6).
Aoife has a number of years working with young adults in crisis. Aoife gained this experience in youth services dealing with complex issues particularly at a time in their lives when they are transitioning from being a young adult into adulthood and the challenges that can pose.
Aoife currently provides therapeutic intervention to adults in a local community counselling service. Here Aoife works with a range of difficulties such as anxiety, health anxiety, social anxiety, phobias, OCD, stress, life changes, low self-esteem, anger and psychosomatic symptoms.
Aoife aims to provide a supportive, non-judgemental environment to her clients in order for them to have a safe place to explore their challenges or difficulties. Supporting them in gaining an understanding of themselves and empowering them to make effective change to support positive mental well being.
Aoife believes that early intervention is key and that if we can empower young adults to understand and take care of their own mental well being. Helping them to understand that it is okay to need support and ask for help. Aoife does this by conducting workshops in post-primary schools working directly with the young people.
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