St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services

St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services

St. Patrick's Mental Health Services is Ireland's largest independent mental health service provider. We are a Not-for-Profit organisation dedicated to providing the highest quality of mental health care, promoting mental health and advocating for the rights of those who suffer from mental health difficulties.

St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services comprises of two inpatient campuses, an adolescent unit, and seven community Dean Clinics. All three approved centres are annually inspected by the Mental Health Commission and consistently achieve the highest standards. St. Patrick’s University Hospital and Willow Grove Adolescent Unit are in Dublin 8 and St. Edmundsbury Hospital is located in Lucan, Co. Dublin.

St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services believes in a multi-disciplinary teams approach consisting of psychiatrists, nurses, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, cognitive behaviour therapists, addiction counsellors, pharmacists and other mental health care professionals. They provide in-patient, day care and out-patient services through speciality programmes. St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services offer an extensive range of psychotherapies including Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Systemic Psychotherapy that are facilitate on an individual or group basis.

St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services is person-centred in its focus, striving to understand and meet our service users’ needs and to include them in all important decisions. We treat people with respect, dignity and compassion and strive to use all the resources of the organisation in a way that enhances St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services’ reputation, protects its assets and enables us to fulfil our mission.

St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services holds its staff in high esteem and regards them as its most important asset, enabling St. Patrick's Mental Health Services to fulfil its mission to make a positive difference to the care of those with mental health difficulties. We strive to create and maintain a forward looking environment where our staff can be innovative and experience satisfaction in their work. We are committed to ensuring the on-going development of our staff.

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Based on 2 employee reviews
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St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services Jobs

Senior Clinical/Counselling Psychologist Adult &

  • Not disclosed
  • Updated 16/07/2018
  • Cork

To contribute to the assessment, intervention and treatment of adult and adolescent service users with psychological and psychiatric needs at the Dean clinic in Cork

Professionally Qualified Social Worker Panel

To provide social work interventions in respect of service users.

St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services reviews

Mental Health Services

Anonymous in Dublin, Ireland
current employee in M 2017

The Best Bits

The are a lot of training and development opportunities available

Things to improve

The office space is limited due to the central city location.


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Mental health

Anonymous in Lucan, Ireland
current employee in N 2017

The Best Bits

Flexible working hours and annual leave allowance. Location is good for me

Things to improve

Communication staff morale . Facilities could be better for p


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