About Lindsay

I completed an MA in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy at the University of Limerick in 2004. The main influences on my work are Gestalt and Existential approaches.

Since qualifying, I have taken several trainings in adult attachment, trauma, mindfulness, energy psychology and energy healing.

In 2012, I completed the unique four-year Sacred Art of Living and Dying and Anam Cara Apprenticeship programmes at Our Lady’s Hospice in Dublin. Focusing on the inter-relationship among all the dimensions of human suffering and healing – physical, emotional and psycho-spiritual – the programmes draw on wisdom traditions as well as modern research. The anam cara tradition is of one who commits to be fully present in deep relationship with the other and this stance accords with my humanistic practice,

I have lived in several countries and have worked in small and large organisations in senior professional and managerial capacities in the private and public sectors and have a wide and deep knowledge of the world of work.

Earlier studies include English literature, librarianship and computing. I read, write, create with textiles and paint, and enjoy travel.

 

Lindsay Mitchell