You may be seeking help for an Eating Disorder such as anorexia, bulimia or binge eating disorder, for an Alcohol Problem, for an Addiction such as cocaine, prescription medications or gambling for Stress and sadness or just simply because of relationship difficulties with friends, family or in the workplace.
If this is so our staff will be there to offer you realistic care with compassion and appropriate support. The men and women who work with us are experienced in these areas of life. They will be compassionate to you and will give you realistic care in a confidential and respectful setting.
The staff at The Goldsmith Clinic have a wealth of experience and knowledge in human life and the difficulties that can and are experienced by human beings on a daily basis. We will be there for people in a realistically caring and compassionate way so that they can begin to recognize how they are in the world and begin to have mastery over their lives.
Cathy Culloty is our Director of Clinical Services here at the Goldsmith Clinic. In this role she coordinates the clinical workload as well as seeing some clients on an individual basis. Cathy is a qualified Psychotherapist from Dublin who commenced her
Geoffrey is registered as a specialist in General Adult Psychiatry with the Irish Medical Council(MCN 007871) and he is a Member of The Royal College of Psychiatrists. He Qualified in Medicine at University College Dublin(1979) Following Senior
Teresa Moorhead originally comes from a Psychiatric Nursing background after Graduating from the National University of Ireland Galway. Teresa has been working in Mental Health for the last 17 years with a special interest in Trauma
John has worked extensively across the care sector for many years and specialises in the areas of treating Addictive patterns and behaviours, Stress related presentations and Anxiety whilst also providing group therapy and facilitation workshops
Paul Kennedy-Dalton (58) holds a BA (Hons) in Psychotherapy & Counselling, a Professional Diploma in Management and is Secretary of the Irish Confederation of Cognitive Behavioural Therapists (ICCBT). He is a member of the Association of
Claire Connaughton is an Educational Psychologist who is originally from Galway. Claire started out her studies in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick and obtained an Honours Degree in Irish and Geography followed by a Postgraduate Degree
Claire Galligan graduated in Systemic Psychotherapy from the Mater Hospitalin1998, and worked as a clinician at the Aisling Centre Enniskillen, engaging with clients from North and South of the Border.. Claire has practiced at Clanwilliam
Mary is an experienced therapist. She has worked across a range of Mental Health Services both in Ireland and in the United Kingdom. Having completed a Post Graduate Higher Diploma in Child and dolescent Mental Health in Dublin City