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In Memoriam - Aideen Biggins [16/08/21]

The IACP Is Deeply Saddened to Share That Aideen Biggins MIACP Has Passed Away

Aideen held her practice, A2B Counselling, for over 10 years in Swords and also at the Fingal Medical Centre. Aideen returned to education later in life, graduating with a psychology degree from Maynooth University. She continued on to become an integrative and counselling psychotherapist. Aideen's approach was Reality Therapy and CBT which she integrated with Person-Centred Therapy. She worked with adults, adolescents, and couples. Aideen was a very caring therapist and would often provide additional care, especially throughout the pandemic, including significantly reduced rates in order to support her clients in difficulty. Outside of her work, Aideen loved Formula 1 racing and sun holidays. Aideen will be dearly missed by family, friends, colleagues, clients, and Max Verstappen.

The IACP would like to share its deepest condolences to Aideen's family. 

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