My name is Trevor and I was born in New York City and raised in Atlanta. I made Dublin my home after meeting my wife here 16 years ago. We now have two wonderful children, a 9 year old boy and a 6 year old girl – a ‘gentleman’s family’, or so they tell me.
I have a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Boston University and I’ve been working with children, teenagers, mothers and fathers since 1996. This experience has included pre-schools, special schools, youth work, family work, counselling, special needs work, mental health work, etc.
More recently, I took an interest in coaching and went on to get a Diploma from the Irish Management Institute to become a fully qualified Coach. I love helping people and I’ve discovered that coaching is the best way for me to do that.
I couldn’t agree more! I love coaching and it seems to come very naturally to me. I’m quite a sensitive person, with a healthy dollop of empathy to boot, and I believe this makes me want to work with and help others relentlessly.
Ultimately, I care about my clients and strive to do everything I can to make things better for them. I take the responsibility of helping others very seriously, but I also enjoy it. I truly hope you will grant me the privilege of working with you.
As a member of the Irish Association for Coaching, I adhere to professional standards of excellence, especially with regard to the ethics of coaching.
My approach is non-judgemental, empathic, supportive and respectful, with complete confidentiality.