Humanistic & Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy Cork City & County

Online and In Person sessions

Welcome to

Triskele Psychotherapy

Action Progress Moving Forward.

Contact me now to arrange a free 15 minute discovery call

“Your present circumstances do not determine where you go; they merely determine where you start.”

About Me

Hello, my name is Jack and I am a qualified Humanistic Integrative psychotherapist with 4 years experience practicing an Integrative, Developmental and Relational Approach.

I understand the personal impact of trauma on mental health and have gone through my own therapeutic journey, which motivates me to help my clients work through their struggles. My goal is to assist clients in finding and addressing the root causes of their issues, leading them towards healing through a holistic approach.

With deep empathy for the distress clients may be experiencing in their lives, I have walked the path that many of my clients are on, allowing me to approach my work with a sense of understanding and compassion. I maintain a soft, empathic, and sensitive demeanour throughout my practice, ensuring my clients feel safe and understood throughout their therapeutic journey.

I am committed to my personal and professional development, regularly attending personal therapy and clinical supervision, and attending CPD events for additional training. This includes training in working with trauma and survivors of sexual abuse.

My experience as a psychotherapist has allowed me to work with diverse clients in age, gender, sexuality, race, religion, and neurodiversity in various organizations throughout the UK.

I look forward to the possibility of working with you.

How can counselling and psychotherapy help?

Therapy is a way of working through these past traumas or present difficulties in a way that allows you to move forward, feeling more connected to yourself and others. Essentially, therapy is about understanding yourself better and working towards change and growth. By beginning to develop self-compassion and self-awareness, you can stop repeating unhelpful patterns and move forward, quieting your critical mind and experiencing a calmer and more peaceful life.

Speak in Confidence

People access therapy for many reasons; maybe you are experiencing a period of anxiety, stress, depression, or relationship difficulties. Perhaps you are struggling to cope with the impact of sexual trauma, domestic abuse, or grief and loss. Or simply, you just feel sad or alone with no sense of hope or direction.

From my own experience, I understand how hard it is to take the first step towards getting help and support. It can be scary and feel like a risk, but it can also be the first step towards a positive and healthy future. Life can be a struggle, with difficult and painful experiences along the way often impacting how we cope, how we see ourselves, how we respond in situations, and how we are in relationships. Things often get pushed to the side rather than being dealt with, leaving us with an accumulation of unresolved issues, unfelt pain, and unacknowledged thoughts and feelings.

A problem shared...

I believe that you have the capacity to heal, grow and discover what you need. I provide a non-judgmental, confidential, and compassionate space in which you can expect support and containment as we begin to explore your inner and outer worlds, as well as patterns of thought, feeling, and behaviour, with the aim of creating the change that you seek. This is facilitated through weekly sessions on an open-ended basis or for an agreed-upon time period.

Make better, healthier new choices

If you're struggling with negative patterns or behaviours that seem to keep repeating themselves, psychotherapy can be an incredibly helpful tool. Through therapy, you'll have the opportunity to explore the underlying causes of these patterns and gain a better understanding of your own thoughts, feelings, and behaviours.

With this increased self-awareness, you'll be able to make more intentional and conscious choices that align with your values and lead to a happier, healthier life. Over time, you'll develop new skills and strategies that will help you break free from old habits and build new, positive ones. With the guidance and support of a therapist, you'll be able to make lasting changes that lead to a more fulfilling and satisfying life.

What issues can counselling help with?

People come to me for help a wide range of issues. Here are a few of the more common difficulties that can be supported through counselling:




Panic Attacks




Relationship problems

Life transitions


Qualifications & Approach

I am a qualified psychotherapist and practice an Integrative, Developmental and Relational Approach.

This means I draw from many theories including humanistic traditions, developmental theories, object relations, transactional analysis, gestalt, and many more. Ultimately, I focus on creating a safe space for you to share your story and explore your feelings. I am flexible in my approach as a psychotherapist, and the way I work with everyone is different, depending on your needs.


Accepting parts of the self or feelings we may have rejected


Considering how our childhood and history affect our present


Placing importance on the relationship between client and therapist

Professional Qualifications

⦁ I am a registered member of the BACP and adhere to their ethical framework.

⦁ BSc (Hons)- Humanistic Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy

⦁ The Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute and Staffordshire University

Get in Touch

Contact me now to arrange a free 15 minute discovery call.

I am currently practising in a suburban area of Cork City and offer both in-person and online sessions. For availability, to find out more, or to make an appointment, please get in touch by calling 0894693438. If I'm not available, please leave a message or send me an e-mail and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Therapy sessions for individuals last 50 minutes, usually taking place on a weekly basis, and cost €60 per session. I also provide a limited number of spaces on a sliding scale basis for those on a low income or for students; contact me to enquire about availability.

Note that if you want to cancel an appointment I require 48 hours' notice; otherwise, you will still need to pay for any sessions missed. I accept payment in cash or by bank transfer.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are you based?

I work in Togher, just outside Cork City with easy access on bus routes 214 & 219 as well as access from commuter towns via the N40 Road

How much does a session cost?

My fees are €60 per session, with a session lasting 50 minutes.

Some sliding-scale concession rates are available for students or those on low incomes. Please contact me to discuss this further.

How many sessions will I need?

This really varies from client to client and ultimately depends on your goals and objectives for therapy. We can discuss this in your initial session. Short-, medium-, and long-term therapy is available.

What if I no longer want to continue with the therapy?

There is no obligation to continue with the therapy, and you are free to end it at any time. I would encourage you to discuss this with me first, as the way I work is relational, and making decisions together, even if therapy may not be right for you, is important.

What is the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?

The term "psychotherapy" is often used interchangeably with "counselling," as both are talking therapies. Psychotherapy focuses on working with clients for a significant period of time, considering overall patterns, chronic issues, and recurring feelings.

This requires openness to exploring the past and its impact on the present. Counselling may be for a specific issue such as a bereavement or significant life event, and the work together may be shorter and more focused. With both counselling and psychotherapy, the most important thing is that you feel comfortable and safe.

What is the BACP?

The BACP, or British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, is one of the leading professional bodies for the education, training, and accreditation of psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors. Being a member of the BACP means I have had to meet certain criteria, such as a minimum standard of training and a minimum number of client hours. I also adhere to their ethical code of practice. Please visit the BACP website to find out more.