Roisin is a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist and holds full accreditation from the British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapists (BABCP) and Irish Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapists. She is a registered graduate member of the Psychological Society of Ireland.
Roisin provides a CBT focused and transdiagnostic approach to therapy. She has extensive experience in initial assessment, formulation and completion of CBT treatment intervention for individuals with depression and anxiety disorders, workplace/university stress, interpersonal difficulties and emotional instability traits. Roisin also utilises elements of mindfulness, acceptance & commitment therapy, compassion focused and a transdiagnostic approaches within her practice.
Roisin graduated from University College Dublin in 2002 with a BA Hons in Psychology and completed her MSc in Kings College London in Mental Health Studies in 2010. She completed her postgraduate diploma in CBT at Queens University Belfast in 2014 and obtained full accreditation with the BABCP in 2016. Roisin has worked in various adult and child clinical settings ranging from mild to severe mental health difficulties. She has also carried out extensive clinical research, working on large epidemiological studies in first episode psychosis (Dublin FEP cohort) and is a published author in FEP Disengagement & Treatment.
Roisin’s believes that by challenging our unhelpful thinking, the meaning and interpretations we give to situations combined with changing some of the behaviours we engage in, that we can alleviate some of the associated emotional pain and distress.