Ravind Jeawon

Ravind Jeawon

Accredited Therapist Dublin 6

Education & Training:

Ravind Jeawon (MIACP) is the founder of Talk Therapy Dublin and holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from University College Cork.   Ravind’s preferred pronouns are He/Him.

Ravind spent four years training with Turning Point Institute in Dublin also earning their Diploma in Integrative Clinical Psychotherapy recognized by the IACP, IAHIP & EAP accrediting bodies as a fully accredited Psychotherapy training.  Ravind also holds a Foundation Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapy from PCI college in Dublin.

Ravind adopts a Pluralistic  approach to the process of Psychotherapy, with a Person Centered & Psychodynamic foundation.  Where appropriate, Ravind incorporates Solution Focused and Cognitive Behavioral approaches (CBT) for short term counselling & work related issues.

Clinical Experience:

Ravind has broad experience working with many presenting issues, in particular distress related to relationship issues, migration, minority stress, post & ante natal depression/anxiety, abortion & fertility.

Ravind has an interest in Culturally Responsive Counselling and working with difference. He has experience working with clients from different countries, ethnic backgrounds and minoritized perspectives.  Ravind has completed additional Cultural Competence Training at the Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy centre in London.  Ravind also works providing support to the International Organization for Migration, particularly psychosocial support for clients accessing the IOM’s Voluntary Return Program.  Ravind also provides clinical/technical supervision, training and consultancy support for the IOM’s new Mental Health & Psychosocial project (MHPSS) based in Citywest in Dublin.  This project will be supporting staff working with vulnerable clients seeking international protection.

Trainer & Clinical Supervision roles

Ravind has  completed a Diploma in Integrative Clinical Supervision across the caring professions and has delivered Multicultural Responsiveness training  for a number of organizations like:

  • the HSE National Counselling Service,
  • Dublin City University,
  • The Irish Association of Counselling  & Psychotherapy (IACP)
  • Warwick University (United Kingdom)


Ravind has co-written two chapters on multicultural responsiveness with researcher and lecturer Daryl Mahon in two recently published books.

Ravind has also written a chapter for an upcoming book on Intercultural Supervision –

Ravind attends regular clinical supervision and continues to develop his skills through continued professional development, having completed additional courses in suicide intervention (ASIST), and working with survivors of domestic abuse.  Ravind has also  been trained to incorporate (and measure) client feedback in sessions using an approach known as Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT), an example of evidence based practice. 

Prior to establishing Talk Therapy Dublin, Ravind spent over three years supporting community counselling services such as the Loreto Centre in Crumlin Dublin 12 and the Oasis Centre in the North Inner City of Dublin.

Prior to Psychotherapy

Before completing his psychotherapy training, Ravind had a thirteen year career in the corporate sector having received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Studies (BBS) from Trinity College Dublin.

His years of employment representing large corporations inspired an interest in the area of counselling and mental health.  This led him to complete a foundation certificate in counselling with PCI college prior to starting a full four year training.

Ravind has an interest in social justice and has over 6 years of experience volunteering with vulnerable people of all age groups  The bulk of this has been in youth advocacy for Foróige but more recently he has been involved advocating for vulnerable people affected by the housing crisis in Dublin.

If you have any questions on the above feel free to make contact for more information.

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