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Helen O Driscoll

Accredited Belief Coding® Facilitator

Donegal Town, Donegal, ROI


Helen has over 30 years’ experience as a nurse working in a variety of work place settings across the world. Witnessing first- hand the experience of trauma on the body’s capacities to heal, the first seeds were scattered, germinating later in deeper study in this area.

From nursing she moved into the corporate arena, working for a number of large American multinationals predominantly in the area of wellbeing, absence, project and change management, and employee assistance programmes. Helen was responsible for setting up the UKs first ever telephonic disease management programme, as well as co designing and delivering one of the first ever Case Management programmes in the UK.

Given a life-long passion and commitment to individual’s well being and a deep curiosity about body mind medicine, Helen trained to be a Master Practitioner in Reiki, Neuro Linguistic Practitioner (NLP), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT and Integrated Energy Therapy (IET)). She has completed the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course, Mindfulness in Schools (BiBo,) Breath Mastery, and Tension Release Exercises (TRE). Because of Helens long standing interest in facilitation and well being she completed her Masters in Advanced Facilitation for promoting Health and Wellbeing, receiving a first class honours.

She has recently furthered her study with two energy psychology modalities that specialise in subconscious reprogramming called Belief Coding™ (uses elements of Psychology, NLP, CBT, EFT, Meditation, Matrix-Reimprinting, Emotion Coding, Kinesiology and Energy Healing and is accredited by the CBD Certification process) and Mind Navigation.

Helen’s interest’s finds expression in the constantly emerging mind body field and brings together all her knowledge and the bespoke workshops that she creates designs and facilitates reflect this. Completing her fashion diploma adds another dimension to ones overall wellbeing with fashion psychology being of particular interest.

Helen O Driscoll
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