Teddie Drumm – Counselling Services Kerry

Teddy Drumm is married over 30 years with 5 children. He ran various successful business ventures such as catering company and commercial cleaning company. Due to health reason’s had to consider a new career which opened a new and exciting chapter in Teddie’s life. Never one to shy away from adversity Teddie started studying counselling & psychotherapy. Even though never finished school originally Teddie did not leave that limit his options and has gone on to attain APCP accreditation which has been a huge achievement.

Started studying in Cork Counselling Centre, Matthew Street Cork City. and then proceeding to go onto study in ICHAS Limerick. Where he graduated with a BA Degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy. Where he also received full accredited with APCP and member of BACP.

Teddie continues to keep expanding his knowledge. Since being fully qualified he has went on to train in mindfulness and have a certificate from the HSE in Sexual Health.

In 2017, Teddie completed Hypnotherapy Psychotherapy course and is a member of the Institue of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy Association.

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I live with prostate cancer and on this journey, I have met Teddie Drumm in his capacity as mentor facilitator of a men’s support group since 2014.Teddy is the ideal person for such a role, professional and blessed with a high level of sensitivity and awareness. I and others hope to benefit from his expertise and experience for a long time to come. Tommy Frank O’Connor


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