“ Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength. ”
“ The Self Center acknowledges and respects the uniqueness of each client and their individual process. Through the support of the therapeutic relationship each client is accompanied on their journey of self discovery ”
Martin Boyle is a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist who has trained in Kleinian Psychoanalysis, in London, under Dr. Arturo Varchevker.
Martin has worked in his clinical practice for almost 40 years. In addition to his therapeutic work with clients Martin is also Chairperson of the Mercy Family Centre on Mount Brown Street, Dublin 8. He is also Chairperson of Lir, a psychotherapeutic service based in Drumcondra. Martin has also taught students of the M.Sc. in Clinical Supervision in Trinity College.
Martin is dedicated to facilitating the professional development of undergraduate and postgraduate therapists. Martin has been a mentor and clinical supervisor to numerous therapists throughout his career. Martin is founder of The Kleinian Association of Ireland, which provides clinical and theoretical development training for postgraduate therapists. Martin has a long association with the Tallaght area and has been based there since the 1970’s.
Martin is an Accredited Clinical Supervisor with IFPP and an Accredited Member of ICP. Martin is available to offer Clinical Supervision and Psychotherapy sessions in both our clinic locations.
Marina is a qualified Therapist, with over 19 years’ experience working within the Health Care Sector. During her career Marina has held both clinical and management roles and gained extensive experience of providing Person-Centred care to individuals with varying emotions needs.
In addition to working in her clinical practice with clients, Marina has also previously worked as a Youth Advocate for YAP Ireland, and as a therapist in St. Catherine’s Counselling Service, Tallaght. Marina has a particular interest in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, namely objects relations theory and Kleinian technique.
Some of the qualifications obtained by Marina include a Professional Certificate in Women and Substance Use (UCD), a B.A in Counselling & Psychotherapy and a HCert. in Applied Social Studies. Marina has also completed ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training). Marina is committed to ongoing professional development and is currently engaged in a clinical development training programme with the Kleinian Association of Ireland.
Marina is an Accredited member of NAPCP Ireland and the Kleinian Association of Ireland.