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Tom Conlon (MSc [Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy], MICP, MBA, Dip. Group Work Practice) is a psychoanalyst, psychotherapist, organisational consultant and group facilitator. Tom’s core skills are in the area of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, group facilitation, coaching, change management, organisational development, career management and psychometric assessment.

Tom Conlon Discusses Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

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Tom holds an MSc Degree in (clinical) Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from University College Dublin. He is an accredited and full member of the Association of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI) and is registered as a psychotherapist with the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP).  He has completed introductory training in CBT and is presently undertaking a Level 9 Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy at IICP College in Dublin. Tom has a keen interest in eating disorders and has recently completed a CPD Training in Emotional and Binge Eating with Opal Success.

Tom offers appointments in Dublin City Centre, Midleton (Co. Cork) and Cork City, and also works online (via Zoom etc).

Tom Conlon discusses Career Assessment


From the mother of a 16 year old transition year student “My daughter aged 16 is currently in transition year and had to choose her subjects for her Leaving Cert. We decided to get some careers advice to help with this and to get some idea of the careers that might suit her.” "I have completed the Workplace TalentAware™ Career Assessment with Tom. I found the material practical, relevant and surprisingly accurate from both a professional and a personal perspective. " From a Dublin-based senior executive working in the financial sector "Tom has given me advice and feedback on the CentACS Workplace Big Five trait report. He has a thorough understanding of the material and insight to apply the results to my situation and give meaningful mentoring ..." From a business executive in the techology sector


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