About IWOC

 This is IWOC

IWOC offers psychological services.

IWOC (Integrated Work, Organisational and Psychotherapy) is a Psychology Practice.   IWOC specialises in providing evidence-based therapy and other psychology services to individuals, groups and organisations.

Based in Co Clare, services nationwide. During the pandemic our services and therapy have moved seamlessly to online and telephone provision.

Confidentiality is paramount. IWOC practices within the ethical frameworks and guidelines of the PSI and IACP.

For initial phone consultation and  to set up appointments please contact us directly.


IWOC uses strongly supported evidence based approaches – e.g. Cognitive Behavioural Coaching (derived from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)), Mindfulness based coaching (ACT and MBSR based)

Bríd is registered as a BPS accredited assessor, Levels A and B.  The Saville Wave is included in our range of psychometric assessments, available to our clients.

portrait of Brid KennedyIWOC Founder and Principal is Bríd Kennedy. She is a Chartered Work and Organisational Psychologist with PSI, and is Pre-accredited with IACP.

She has extensive background in Psychology and Therapies including:

Dip in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy; Diploma in Forensic Psychology,  M Sc Work & Organisational Psychology, M Sc Applied Psychology of Learning Disabilities. Her current developmental area in in working with Trauma, using the most effective approaches in collaboration with clients.

She has researched and presented papers on topics including Motivation, Inclusion, Well-being in the workplace, Job analysis, Improving Recruitment systems. She is currently also a guest lecturer in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, delivering workshops and programmes on Conflict Management and Resolution, and Appreciative Inquiry.

Up to recently Brid was well known for her recent work as a Health and Wellbeing Advisor with the Professional Development Service for Teachers, providing  support for teachers in all aspects of Health and Wellbeing.  This included seminar development and delivery on Child Protection Procedures 2017, and she has assisted school leaders in understanding their obligations and practices under these procedures and under Children First Act 2015. She has developed materials for HSE on Mental Health, Alcohol and Substance Use and Tobacco.

Bríd works with carefully chosen associates to deliver quality service to IWOC clients.  Recently, Bríd has been a founding member of - Psychology at Work - a consortium of  psychologists of various disciplines – Work and Organisational, Clinical, Educational, Coaching etc.  She is an active member of DWOP and associate to Division of PSychotherapy, both in the PSI. She looks forward to further developments with her colleagues to enhance services for people and organisations.


You can follow Bríd on Twitter @bridkennedy3.