Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) , Mindfulness , Somatic Experiencing
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Approach: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Body Psychotherapy
Beatriz Moreno is a qualified psychologist, and graduate member of the Psychological Society of Ireland. She obtained her degree at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain), and attained a masters from the Spanish Association of Cognitive Behavioural Psychology. Beatriz has worked treating anxiety in women suffering from domestic violence, as well as with individuals dealing with depression and personality disorders. She has 6 years of experience providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT) in Ireland, and has recently finished a training with the Beck Institute for CBT for personality disorders.
Beatriz has been working in residential and Day centre with adults with autism and intelectual disabilities since 2018, empowering them to become independent and part of the community. Beatriz has been teaching dance classes to people with disabilities as a way to improve non-verbal communication, and stress release. She believes the integration of body and mind it's crucial for our wellbeing and teaches somatic movements for stress relief and trauma. She also trained in Body Psycotherapy and Yoga in India, 2017/18.
Beatriz’s main approaches in counselling are Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness and Body Psychotherapy. She emphasises the importance of creating a free, non-judgmental environment which empowers people to talk and feel listened to. Her priority is to reach a full understanding of the clients’ circumstances, needs and goals, and to work towards them through an agreed therapy plan, with which clients can engage and achieve results. Therapy goals, CBT homework and worksheets are a very important part of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Beatriz works with adults presenting the following issues:
Loss & Grief
English , Spanish
● Communication Issues
● Eating Disorder
● Relationship issues