Access Wellness Centre promotes an integrated approach in assisting clients to solve long-held negative core beliefs and to develop change-from-within towards wellness and recovery. We aim to be a leading proponent in trauma-based work for children, adolescents and adults who are affected by anxiety and stress in their lives and to promote further excellence in clinical work through training, research and collaboration internationally. We also support good clinical practice through our clinical supervision program for developing therapists.
The company continues to explore further areas of counselling and research within some of the more intractable issues such as eating distress, self-harm and addiction.
Larry O Reilly is the Clinical Director of Access Wellness Centre and has fifteen years’ experience in working with young people, adults, couples, and families.
Larry’s previous working environments includes roles as psychotherapist in the Pieta House national suicide prevention program, Clinical-lead position for HSE North East region in Addiction services, and being part of a multi-disciplinary team of senior clinicians working in the Assessment Consultancy and Treatment Service within Child and Family Services (TUSLA). He worked for many years as a counsellor with specialism in addiction at tier-three level within HSE through Arbour House Treatment Centre and as part of the Adult Homeless Integrated Service within Cork Simon Community.
Larry has provided bespoke training and workshops in Motivational Interviewing to statutory, community and voluntary sectors, psychological groups, and within the academic sector for students of Mental Health Nursing, Social Work, and Mental Health. He has been a group facilitator supporting lifestyle change in a variety of areas including domestic violence perpetrator recovery programs, positive parenting and strengthening of families and extensive work in aftercare wellness programs for clients following residential treatment support.
Recently Larry has gained further specialism in Trauma work through his training in Child and Adolescent EMDR and Adult EMDR and is currently fully integrated through his membership of EMDR UK and Ireland and EMDR Europe. He is also a member of Trauma Aid UK and the Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Areas of work being developed within Access Wellness Centre at this time include:
Depression – Personality Disorders – Anxiety – Addictions – Loss and bereavement – Panic disorder – Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Social phobia and other phobias – Sleep disorders- Eating disorders – Difficulties with self-esteem- Anger problems – Hypochondria- Sleep disorders – Difficulties with establishing relationships – Problems related to ending relationships – Problems preventing success at work – Couples’ problems