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Eimear Coakley

Provisional Psychologist

First Class Honors Master’s in Psychology University of Limerick, Castletroy, Limerick

Bachelor of Arts in English and Psychology University of Limerick, Castletroy, Limerick 


I aim to provide a warm and supportive space where clients can feel safe to explore their inner worlds and become empowered to make meaningful changes in their lives.


I take a humanistic, trauma-informed approach and ensure person-centred care is the focus of my work. I enjoy holistic practices which support embodied living such as yoga and meditation.


I have a deep respect for each person’s uniqueness and utilise a variety of therapeutic approaches to ensure each session is flexible and supportive to individual needs. I look forward to collaborating with each client to assist in developing a deeper understanding of themselves and become empowered in their choices.   

Clinical approach

  • CBT, ACT, and Mindfulness

  • Works primarily with adults

  • Trauma informed, holistic and person-centred

  • Support clients through a warm, empathetic and collaborative approach

  • PROVISIONAL STATUS: Eimear is a provisional psychologist, undertaking the 5+1 pathway to become a generally registered psychologist. She is under the direct supervision of Dr Liza Chervonsky (Principal Clinical Psychologist/Director). Eimear began her training in Ireland and intends to complete a Masters of Clinical Psychology in Australia in the future. 



  • Providing evidence based psychological interventions primarily to adults (as well as younger children/adolescents) in a variety of mental health contexts since early January 2018. 

  • Delivery of mental health workshops and mental health promotion activities within a student counselling service.

  • Consultant in workplace rehabilitation and helping people return to work after psychological and/or physical injury.


  • Anxiety, panic, phobias, stress, worry

  • Anger management

  • Depression and low mood

  • Perfectionism, motivation, time-management

  • Work and academic difficulties

  • Workplace stress and workplace bullying

  • Emotion regulation difficulties

  • Unhelpful and catastrophic thinking

Additional Training

  • Abilita Pain Coach Training, Abilita Assessment Training and Abilita Comprehensive Training

  • Building Resilience and Understanding Youth Mental Health. Coordinated by Jigsaw

  • Assist and SafeTALK Suicide Prevention Training. Coordinated by the HSE

  • Counselling Skills for Working with Shame. Coordinated by Christiane Sanderson

  • The Mind Gym: Strengthening Approaches to Mental Health - CBT training for Anxiety and Depression

  • Creative Therapy and Meditation - conducted with Samutthana, Kings College London

  • Trauma: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Sri Lanka and Internationally. Conducted by SLV Global.

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