Margaret Brady MA, MSc, MIAHIP
Margaret Brady is a psychotherapist, spiritual director and dreamworker in private practice. She is passionate about working with people on their inner journey and helping them to explore and discover a path to greater wholeness.
Margaret holds a BA in Philosophy and English Literature from Trinity College Dublin, an MA in Consciousness Studies from John F Kennedy University (Pleasant Hill, CA), and an MSc in Integrative Counseling and Psychotherapy from the Turning Point Training Institute / Dublin City University. She is an accredited member of the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP). Before becoming a psychotherapist, Margaret worked as a research journalist and editor for several years. She still loves to write and has been on the Editorial Board of Inside Out, the IAHIP journal, since 2014.
Margaret loves to work in that space where the mental, emotional and spiritual journeys meet. Her interests include spirituality, dreams, nature, yoga and mythology. She discovered the Sacred Art of Living in 2014 and was initially drawn to the work by a love for Celtic spirituality. She went on to complete the Sacred Art of Living and Dying Programme and later the Anamcara Apprenticeship, and is delighted to be involved in the continuation of this work.
Margaret lives in Dublin, Ireland with her husband and three children who inspire her daily and help keep her feet firmly on the ground.