About Veronica Walsh

I am  a specialist in low intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Training – I started CBT and Feeling Good in 2009, offering CBT sessions for individuals, and CBT seminars and workshops for companies and organisations.

My CBT Resources Blog is regularly ranked in ‘The Top 10 CBT Blogs in the World’ listings, and is used by individuals and mental health professionals internationally – offering free original downloadable CBT worksheets and handouts, with over 1.3 million views and hundreds of thousands of downloads.

“CBT and Feeling Good trainers and programmes have been accepted and accredited by Enterprise Ireland for inclusion on The National Register of Trainers, in full compliance with the Qualifications Act ’99”

My proven skill set is in simplifying CBT into fast, fun (yes, really!), practical training – teaching new skills in self management to every client who attends private sessions or organisational workshops. My clientele service covers all stress disorders. I believe we should all be taught cognitive science skills in school from an early age – it is for everybody and every situation – taking therapy out of medical settings, and into general life skills instead – developing rational thinking skills and designing emotionally intelligent responses to stressors – it would save many of us from emotional rollercoasters and self-sabotaging.  My service is efficient personal and professional development, that helps clients to achieve real change. ‘When we know better, we do better’ – it’s a proven psycho-educational science. And science is magic that works.

One to one CBT sessions are delivered through a mixture of informal discussion in a private therapy setting, with ‘learning by discovery’ homework to take away (at 30 Wicklow Street Dublin 2, or online) – and I design and deliver experiential group training seminars and workshops for companies and organisations. Think different, feel different, behave different, with CBT… The company mission is to “turn therapy into practical science – teaching life changing skills in self management…”.

Contact me at info@cbtandfeelinggood.com or 0868113031 or through my Contact Page

Mini Bio of Veronica Walsh

  • Veronica Walsh is a seasoned Cognitive Behavioural Training/Therapy specialist, recognised for her top-rated online CBT resources, which are used by mental health professionals all over the world..
  • Her expertise extends to providing one-to-one CBT sessions, and bespoke one-to-one executive coaching, and designing and delivering group seminars and workshops, and keynote speaker appearances.
  • CBT and Feeling Good Training Programmes and Trainers are approved for the National Register of Trainers.(Reg # 903680.) In full compliance with the Qualifications (Education and Training) Act Ireland 1999.)
  • Walsh has a robust business background – she began as a tech corporate trainer, progressed to training management, ventured into tech sales, then sales manager, and eventually became a managing partner in one of Ireland’s major Applecentres (part of the Horizon Group, MBO to Enterprise).
  • She transitioned into general consultancy, including leading a digital media start-up through Enterprise Ireland (gaining seed capital funding and inclusion on the Mentor Program), and providing executive in-house management to overseas property companies – then gaining a New York realtor licence to represent the New York Residence brokerage in Europe.
  • While working in Manhattan real estate, Walsh re-skilled in CBT and then founded CBT and Feeling Good (BrianSkills Training) in 2009. For over a decade, she has worked with individuals and groups, emphasising a speciality in low-intensity CBT (guided self-help).
  • Walsh’s work in cognitive science, and behavioural science, means she can work with you on designing emotionally intelligent approaches for a whole host of issues, personal or professional.
  • As an occasional media contributor and event speaker, she shares her insights in cognitive science and current affairs.
  • Additionally, Walsh is an experienced Visual Notes and Mind Map trainer (which complements and overlaps with the cognitive science offerings), a keen mind mapping and key ideas and visual notes user herself, Walsh designs and delivers bespoke training and facilitates group workshops on Team Mind Map Brainstorming and Group Strategy and Content Creation days. This gives the added benefit of experience creating great content for anything from pitches, to tricky meetings, to presentations.
  • Check out the SoundClouds page for audio interviews.

Sample recent review…

From the HeyDublin.ie go-to-guide: 9 Best Psychotherapy Services Dublin 2024

“Our Unvarnished Impressions of CBT and Feeling Good (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) Dublin:

From the moment I stepped into CBT and Feeling Good, it was apparent that Veronica is passionate about her profession. Her infectious energy combined with a truly caring nature immediately put me at ease, allowing us to dive straight into my therapy sessions. I cannot speak highly enough of her expertise in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – she knows exactly what questions to ask, when prompts are needed and how to tailor each session towards achieving optimum results.

Experiencing anxiety can make life feel like such a struggle sometimes but since visiting CBT and Feeling Good, my outlook on life has changed significantly for the better! By focusing on changing negative thinking patterns that were previously holding me back, I found myself feeling significantly more confident day-to-day.

Overall, This business provided exceptional service from start to finish as well as having affordable fees!. Whether you have been battling anxieties or depressions for years or months only- don’t hesitate- go see Veronica without any delay. I guarantee you will not regret taking this brave step forward toward mental well-being because she truly gave me new lease of life.!”

HeyDublin.ie go-to-guide: 'Best Psychotherapy in Dublin 2024' #6

Check out my seminars / workshop training page

Click below to listen to a TodayFM interview about Public Speaking Anxiety…