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Education, Honors & Awards
Dublin Business School
Psychology (2014)
Dublin Business School
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (2017)
Dublin Business School
Software Development (2018)
Personal Information
Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI) Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP) Irish Circle for Lacanian Orientation, New Lacanian School (ICLO-NLS)
Reading Walking Games Technology Dogs Healthy Living
1-5 Years
psychology, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, software development, statistics
Penelope is relatively new to the field of Psychotherapy practicing just for one year after completing 7 years of study and training. She works with adults suffering from addiction, work-related stress, anxiety, depression, etc. She provides services to patients directly through her own private practice. She belong to the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI), the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP), and the Irish Circle for Lacanian Orientation (ICLO-NLS). She was prompted to choose psychotherapy as a profession because she has always been interested in it as far back as she remembers. However, she is now studying software development and has decided to change careers where she may incorporate her training into the fascinating developments in machine thinking and developments in artificial intelligence. Penelope says the key to success for her is patience. Her greatest professional achievement has been relocating to Ireland, studying successfully there obtaining two honors degrees and mastering the English language in addition to her native Portuguese. In her free time she enjoys walking, reading, and playing games. Her goal in the next five years is to work with Google on software development related to machine learning and the human mind in AI. She hopes to connect with other WAoFP members who can help her learn more about the technical field and transition to it from the mental health field in which she currently works. She is looking forward to networking and connecting with other like-minded professionals, and to gaining the recognition and credibility of being a member.
Dublin Business School
Psychology Psychotherapy Addiction Communication Research
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