Psychological Therapy Services offers supportive, therapeutic help with all personal difficulties – work, family and relationship. The practice provides both short-term psychotherapy and longer-term psychoanalysis. During the Covid 19 pandemic, we continue to offer phone and facetime consultations.
TERRY O'SULLIVAN trained and worked as a psychoanalytic-psychotherapist in Bremen, Germany. He was a founding member of the Rutland Centre, Ireland's premier addiction centre, and he is a former president of the Irish Association for Alcohol and Addiction Counselling (IAAAC). With Dr. Pat Walsh and Marie Keenan, he set up the St. John of God Granada Institute for the clinical treatment of sexual offenders and those who suffer sexual abuse. For the past thirty years, he has been the managing-director of Psychological Therapy Services, where he has made a name for himself intervening in personal crisis situations.
MICHAEL MURPHY is a French-trained psychoanalyst, with a Masters degree from the Centre Européen Universitaire de Nancy. He also has an M. Phil., in Psychoanalytic Studies from TCD, and he did his clinical training at St. Vincent's University Hospital in Dublin, where he was awarded the Advanced Diploma in Clinical Psychotherapy. He is a registered-practitioner member of the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI), the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP), and is Ireland’s best known psychoanalyst. For over thirty years, he has worked as a director of Psychological Therapy Services, specialising in treating the underlying causes of psychological difficulties.
Contact Us - 086 609 7301
M50, exit 13 Dundrum/Sandyford
Luas Green Line, Stillorgan stop
Buses: 11, 47, 75, 116 and 114