BA (Hons), PGDip, MSc. Family Therapy, Group Analyst, Clinical Supervisor
Patrick has over 25yrs experience working as a Psychotherapist in both the NHS and private sector. He is fully registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy, and he is a full member of the Institute of Group Analysis, London.
Patrick has specialist skills in working with people who suffer from depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, work place stress, addiction issues and personality issues. He works with individuals, couples and groups. Working from both a psychoanalytic and group analytic perspective, Patrick aims to help each of his patients to identify the source of their difficulties, enabling them to integrate and accept the various problematic aspects of their personality.
Patrick is passionate about group analytic thinking. He currently conducts a once weekly therapy group for men and a once weekly MBT (Mentalisation Based Treatment) group for patients who present with a Borderline Personality Disorder and/or depression with impulsive features. In addition to his clinical work, Patrick provides group supervision to trainees at the Institute of Group Analysis and group supervision to the staff on the Adult and Child Psychotherapy trainings at the Institute for Arts, Therapy and Education. Patrick also has a special interest in working with Irish Immigrants. He provides group supervision to Survivor Support Workers at ICAP (Immigrant Counselling and Psychotherapy), a London based charity providing therapeutic support to Irish Immigrants who are survivors of Institutionalised Abuse in Ireland.