Dr. Georgina Mullen is a clinical psychologist who works with adults and adolescents to support them in understanding and managing difficult experiences. To do this, Georgina uses a compassion focused approach. Where useful, therapy may also involve Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) or aspects of yoga psychology. Georgina has completed a BA in Psychology, a Masters in Psychological Science and PhD in Clinical Psychology, all at University College Dublin. Georgina completed part of her clinical training in a specialist trauma service in the U.K. and has a particular interest in how trauma affects the mind and body. She has completed further training in Compassion Focused Therapy, EMDR, and trauma-sensitive yoga. Georgina is also a registered yoga teacher. She is a graduate member of the Psychological Society of Ireland.
Georgina has published a number of articles in peer reviewed journals and has completed research projects exploring experiences of transgender people in Ireland; the use of Compassion Focused Therapy for people experiencing eating disorders; and how young people with and without mental health difficulties use the internet.
Georgina will be taking an extended period of time away from the ICCFT from September 2023 and is not able to accept to new clients at this time.