MIACP. MA in Pluralistic Counselling & Psychotherapy, BA (Hons) Degree in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy, Professional Certificate in Child and Adolescent Counselling and Psychotherapy, Professional Certificate in CBT and QQI L6 Train the Trainer.
Pam is currently completing a Qualification in Supervision and a Minor Award Certificate in Technology Enabled Teaching & Learning.
Pam worked in Childcare before a career change to Counselling and Psychotherapy in 2009. Pam has worked in Child Advocacy, completed an internship in One in Four, and volunteered in low cost counselling services between 2014-2017. Currently Pam manages a small private practice in the midlands, and serves as an NED on the VCS board of Directors. Her main interests are Pluralistic Clinical Practice, Bereavement Loss & Grief, Trauma Recovery, CSA recovery, Ethics, and Theory. Pam published an article ‘Self-Care and the Wounded Healer,’ in Éisteach – Summer 2013.
As the Dean of Academic and Student Affairs in IICP College, Pam supports faculty and students in the delivery and completion of the programmes, as well as the registry and academic administrative teams. Pam is a Programme Leader within the BSc and lectures on several modules across the BSc and MSc.