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Emma Doyle

Emma Doyle


Qualification: Fully accredited member of the IACP - M11426

Location: Cork , Online

Face To Face

Face to Face






Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy

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Individual Session, Couples Session

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About me:

Approaches: Integrative & Humanistic

Emma Doyle has a BA (Honours) degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy from Cork Institute of Technology and is a fully accredited member of IACP (Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy). Emma has also completed Gottman Level 1 and 2 couples therapy and also gained a professional certificate in Couples Therapy from PCI College Ireland.

As a therapist Emma is passionate about self-discovery and enjoys accompanying clients on their journey of exploration and healing.

Emma draws on a variety of therapeutic frameworks and concepts in her work with clients which include integrative, humanistic, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), transactional analysis, internal family systems (IFS) and gestalt approaches. Emma believes in tailoring the approach to suit the specific needs of each individual client. Emma provides a safe, non-judgmental environment where clients can explore their issues in confidence.

Emma Doyle works with individual adults and couples experiencing:

Low self-esteem
Family and relationship issues
Work-related issues
Social anxiety
Panic attacks
Bereavement and loss

Emma has also completed a Masters in Business, Management and Personal Coaching Psychology. As part of this training Emma is now offering Life Coaching, Business Coaching and Career Coaching. Emma's approach is person centred and she mixes this with solution focused and cognitive behavioural interventions. In addition to her formal qualifications Emma continues to develop through relevant continued professional development, and stays current with emerging theories and practices to best support her clients in achieving their goals.

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Bereavement / Loss


Personal Development

Relationship issues



Work Issues, Work/Life balance