- Relationship difficulties
- Academic/ workplace difficulties
- Family therapy
- Group therapy
- Emotion-focused therapy
- Psychodynamic therapy
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
Hayley has worked in a range of clinical settings including HSE primary care, Trinity College Dublin Student Counselling, and TUSLA. She was worked with adults experiencing a broad range of issues including anxiety, depression, bereavement, abuse, trauma, relationship difficulties and academic/ workplace difficulties. Hayley also has extensive experience working with adolescents experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, bereavement, and abuse. She also has experience leading in group therapy and family therapy. Hayley works with clients aged 13 and up. While she works with people from all ages above 13, she has a particular interest in working with Teens and Young Adults.
Previously, Hayley worked in child health and development research in the United States, studying the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACES). Hayley’s experiences in research alongside her clinical training have led her to recognise the importance of providing evidence-based approaches and uses emotion-focused therapy, psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, and is grounded in the principles of humanistic therapy. She believes in work led by empathy and collaboration. Hayley holds firm in the importance of advocacy both in and out of the therapy room.
Hayley’s Qualifications & Education
Hayley completed her doctorate training in Counselling Psychology with Trinity College Dublin and is a graduate member of The Psychological Society of Ireland. Hayley completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology with Regis University back in the United States.
Hayley Works With:
- Teens (age +13)