About Genesis Therapy
Psychotherapy involves talking about your concerns with a professionally qualified person who is trained to listen and to assist you to make sense of the difficulties or concerns you’re going through in your life.
Since 1993, we have been an independent, community based psychotherapy service centre operating in Corduff, Dublin 15.
We help you find ways of addressing your concerns and in turn, assist you to achieve greater contentment and happiness in your life.
The psychotherapists are qualified in systemic family therapy, or are completing the final stage of this process under supervision. The service operates in compliance with the Code of Ethics and training standards of the Family Therapy Association of Ireland, the Irish Council for Psychotherapy, the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy, the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the European Association of Psychotherapy, assuring you of the highest professional standards of confidentiality and practice.
Board of Management
- Richard Trehy, Chairman
- Anne Smith, Company Secretary
- Damian Scattergood
- Julie Cronin
- Mary Russell
- Patricia Moran
Clinical Governance Manager
- Michelle Flynn
Assistant Clinical Governance Manager
- Michelle Flynn
- Philly, Paul and Tracy
- Michelle, Denise, Sibeal, Fiona, Joanna, Maura, Diane, Veronica, Michelle Derwin, Amanda, Christine, Mary, Aoife, Clodagh, Dave, Conor, Ann-Marie, Paola, Laura, Martina, Carmel, Bernadette and Melanie
Our partners include
- The Clanwilliam Institute:
Clanwilliam Institute is a registered charity (CHY6591) committed to making psychotherapy services accessible to all.
- Blanchardstown Drugs Task Force:
The local agency who work to reduce the harm caused by drugs and alcohol to users, their families and the wider community
The Child and Family Agency established in 2014 and is the dedicated State agency responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes for children.