Charlotte Lyne

Base

Name

Charlotte Lyne

Practice Address

Over the Rainbow Children’s Centre,
Unit 4, Market Green Medical Centre,
Market Green,
Midleton,
Co.Cork.

Wheelchair accessible premises?

No

Mobile number

0879780593

Email

charlotte@playtherapist.ie

Website address

https://www.playtherapist.ie/

County

Cork

IAPTP Membership Status

Accredited member

Type

Play Therapist, Psychotherapist

Client Category

Child, Teenager, Family

Private practice

I accept referrals for private practice

If PTSD, Sandtray or Specialist Assessment Tools qualified please indicate training

Trauma – Bessel Van der Kolk Developmental Trauma Treatment Mastery
Brain Structure and Function in Play Therapy: Interview, Assessment, and Treatment planning – Richard Gaskill
Dr. Daniel Siegel – The Mindsight Approach for Children and Adolescence: Integration techniques for the Mind and the Developing Brain
Dr. Tina Bryson – Brain-Based strategies to help children handle their emotions.
Neurobiology of Play-Kim Vander Dussen
Trauma-sensitive yoga for children – Little Flower Yoga New York
Therapeutic yoga for Children with needs
Fully qualified kids yoga and adult yoga teacher

Areas of special interest

I am a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist and Play Therapist with a special interest in Developmental Trauma, Attachment, Neuroscience and Sensory Somatic Psychotherapy. My primary degree is a 4-year Primary teaching BEd degree. I have 15 years teaching experience. I have a post-graduate diploma in Special Needs Ed with Froebel teaching college. I completed my post-graduate diploma in Play therapy in 2015 and a Masters in Psychotherapy and Play therapy in 2017. As a clinician, I provide one to one play therapy and psychotherapy sessions with children. I also provide support for parents, social workers, and teachers, in education about how children and adult brains work and on the interpersonal neurobiology of our relationships with each other. Information and techniques are practical, informing how to approach discipline, how to help children deal with everyday struggles, and how parents, carers and teachers can connect with children they care for in every day life. My approach to my clinical practice is grounded in humanist philosophy which views humans as having the ability within themselves to reach their highest potential given the right environment. At the heart of my practice is belief in the powerful healing that takes place in the therapeutic relationship that develops between the child and the therapist.