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Tom Conlon

Tom Conlon

Psychotherapist

Qualification: APPI M074/20

Location: Online , Cork

Face To Face

Face to Face

Video

Online

Phone

Phone

Approaches:

Psychoanalytic Therapy , Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy



type of services:

Working with:

Individual Session, Children & Adolescents

Age From:

12



About me:

Tom is registered as a psychotherapist with the Irish Council for Psychotherapy. He is a fully accredited member of the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland. Tom is also a member of NOTA (National Organisation for the Treatment of Abusers).

Tom’s core training is the four-year clinical Special Modality Training Programme in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at St. Vincent’s University Hospital. He has also completed the Diploma in Group Work Practice with the Irish Institute for Group Analysis. He has also undertaken a foundation training in Psychosynthesis.

Tom’s approach is psychoanalytic in nature which emphasises the importance of the unconscious processes of the mind and how they relate to day-by-day life. His core belief about his work is the absolute importance of people having the chance to speak their truth and to be listened to in an effective manner as they do so. He pays particular attention to the connection between formative experiences in earlier life and the issues that a client is experiencing currently that brings them into therapy.

Tom has been working with adults and with adolescents (13 years and older) in private practice since 2016. He is available to work on short-term, solution-focused work as well as longer-term work.

Tom has experience working with the following client presentations:

Anxiety
Trauma/PTSD
Sexuality and Gender
Depression
Stress
Adverse Childhood Experiences
Eating Disorders, Obesity
Relationship difficulties
Psychosis
Personality Disorders
Thinking disorders
Sexual violence and abuse
Addiction


languages:

English


specialities:

Addiction

Anxiety

Depression

Domestic Violence/Abuse

Eating Disorder

Personality disorder

Relationship issues

Sexual

Trauma

Other