Experience and Training
For most of the last decade Hugh has worked with people suffering from a diverse range of psychological distress and mental health issues, and has experience of working with people at the many different stages of life.
Over that time, he has worked in a number of clinical settings including inpatient and outpatient units of the H.S.E., the Irish Probation Services, community projects, as well as in private practice.
Hugh works with individuals who are experiencing issues that require psychotherapeutic assistance and works with people towards individualised solutions.
Hugh is a fully accredited member of the I.C.P. (Irish Council for Psychotherapy), the main organisation that governs psychotherapy in Ireland, and A.P.P.I. (Association of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland), a group who regulate the largest group of practicing psychoanalysts in Ireland.
In addition, he contributes to the work of ICLO-NLS and ISLP, psychoanalytic groups with a particular clinical focus, and has been published in The Letter, an Irish psychoanalytic journal.
As part of his continuing psychoanalytic formation, Hugh continues to engage in his own analysis, and attends regular supervision.