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Conor Doyle

Conor Doyle


Qualification: Accredited member of IAHIP

Location: Dublin 8 , Online

Face To Face

Face to Face






Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy , Person-Centred Therapy , Mindfulness

type of services:

Working with:

Individual Session, Online Session

Age From:


About me:

Approach: Person-centred, humanistic and integrative, counselling and psychotherapy.

Conor holds a BA (Hons) in Psychology from Dublin Business School and a MSc. in Counselling and Psychotherapy from University College Cork and Turning Point Institute. Conor is a fully accredited member of the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapists. (IAHIP)

Conor offers a client led approach that explores the clients’ world, how they got to where they are today, and the best way forward for them. Conor offers solution focused counselling and emotional exploration through an attitude of acceptance and a willingness to understand what is going on for the client right now. During his training, Conor’s research focused on the creation, and impact, of the therapeutic relationship on both the client and the therapist. He understands the importance of the meaning and understanding that we place on our life experiences.

Conor is committed to creating an honest and real therapeutic relationship with clients. He works with clients to create a therapeutic environment that facilitates growth towards the clients’ full life potential. He works to provide a space where clients may become more aware of their feelings, experiences, beliefs about life, their patterns of behaviour, their relating to others, and how these may be impacting and shaping their life right now.
Areas of specialism:
• Anxiety
• Bereavement and loss
• Depression
• Emotional and relational difficulties
• Family difficulties
• Gender and Sexuality
• Mental health
• Personal development
• Self-esteem/self-confidence





Self Care

Relationship issues

Personal Development

Isolation / Loneliness





Bereavement / Loss