Dr Corinne Pearson, DClinPsy; PgDip Clinical Neuropsychology; MSc Leadership; BSc Hons Psychology
I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist registered to practice in Ireland (Psychological Society of Ireland; M6049R) and the UK (Health Care Professionals Council, PYL18193). I qualified in 2004 and have worked in several different settings.
I am interested in the role of self-compassion and believe that each person has their own unique story shaped by life events and experience.
Every person can experience challenges with their emotions, and mental well-being is an important aspect of our general well-being.
I have experience supporting individuals and their families following brain injury and I have a strong interest in Neuropsychology, having completed a post-graduate diploma in clinical neuropsychology.
I believe that every person has their own story to tell, with their own take on life events.
As a psychologist supporting people, my role is to listen to your story and help to make sense of your story within your current context.
I aim to do this by working with you and through an open curiosity to understand what is important and what have been important influences.
I encourage those using my services to give me feedback on what is helpful or not so helpful.
I appreciate that the relationship between the therapist and the person seeking therapy is a significant factor and I suggest that people use the initial appointment to meet with me and to then decide if I am the right person for them.