Ellen Browne is a Humanistic Psychotherapist and Psychoanalyst, residing in her native city of Dublin, Ireland.
Ellen has extensive work experience in the field of mental health and addiction, both nationally and internationally. She has experience as a trauma psychotherapist to risk management consultancies in Ireland and internationally, Accreditation with IACP Forum of Supervisors, and is a Psychotherapist/Supervisor (IACP).
With a background in teaching Special Needs, Ellen specialises in Addiction, Mental Health, CBT, Art Psychotherapy, Psycho-Oncology, Self harm/injury and Supervision. Ellen has also lectured at the Addition Training Institute, Maynooth College, and the National College of Ireland.
Ellen has both designed and delivered Stress Management and Anger Management programmes to national and secondary schools. She works one to one with children, adolescents, adults and groups. She has also been invited as guest speaker for addiction and mental health services.
Ellen’s international experience includes co-ordinating projects at a senior level with various international organisations. She has worked as a Group Psychotherapist with the Boston Threshold Group Psychotherapists in the USA and N.Ireland, and delivered presentations on mental health in the Americas and Asia.
One of Ellen’s great pleasures is her love of art and creative pursuits. This, she believes, brings balance and harmony to her passion, commitment and creativity in the therapeutic field, enhancing and sustaining her self-care.
The areas that Ellen works in are:
Addiction/Problem/Compulsive/dependency co-dependency related issues
Art-therapy (no verbal expression)
Bereavement/serious illness (Psycho- oncology children, adolescents and adult diagnoses with cancer/or loved one’s effected by cancer)
Blended Family dynamics
CBT & integration
College related problems
School related problems
Supervision (accredited and training)