Ines Muller is an accredited Psychotherapist. Ines worked and trained in different clinical settings such as:
Private Practice (adults)
Adult Psychiatry (4 training positions)
DEIS Schools with children living in socioeconomic deprived areas
Barnardos Post Adoption Service with adopted adults
Teen Between - Relationship Ireland
Adult Psychiatry / Training positions 2004 - 2006
Part of the MA in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at DBS:
Dept. Psychiatry in the Mater Misercordiae Hospital,
Maternity Hospital at Holles Street
Our Ladies Hospital Navan,
The Royal Hospital Donnybrook.
Ines was a clinical placement supervisor for the MA in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at Dublin Business School (2008 to 2017) and the BSc Counselling & Psychotherapy students at PCI (2018-2022). She currently provideses individual and group supervision to MSc Child Art Psychotherapy students at UCD, and Child Art Psychotherapy students on the post master training at the School of Psychotherapy St. Vincent's University Hospital Dublin. Ines also provides individual supervision for students on the Post MSc training in Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at IICAP, and qualified professionals.
Ines lectures on the MSc in Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy and BSc in Counselling & Psychotherapy at PCI College, and is a Guest Lecturer on the MSc in Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at Trinity College and the MSc in Child Art Psychotherapy at UCD.
Ines was an active committee member of the Irish Forum for Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (IFCAPP, 2013-2019) and represented IFCAPP on the Psychoanalytic Section of the Irish Council for Psychotherapy.
DEIS Primary Schools, 2005 - 2019
Ines saw children for individual play therapy sessions during school hours in DEIS Primary Schools. She helped the children with a wide range of difficulties such as: lack of concentration, restlessness, low self-esteem, low mood, anxiety, difficulty in making friends, bullying, difficult behaviour, loss & bereavement, trauma, PTSD, emotional & physical neglect, reactive attachment disorder, adoption & fostering, parental separation & divorce, parental substance misuse, and parental mental health difficulties.
Parents or legal guardians were offered regular review meetings to discuss the progress of the play therapy.
An integral part of her work with young people at risk in the educational setting was liaising with other professionals involved with the family such as key social workers, family support workers, educational psychologists, members of staff in the school and CAMHS.
Barnardos Post Adoption Service / Volunteer Counsellor 2010-2011
Ines has extensive experience in working with a wide range of questions and issues related to both, domestic and inter-country adoption. She worked as a volunteer counsellor for the Barnardos Post Adoption Service in 2010/2011 with adopted adults, and works in private practice with adopted adolescents and children.
Specialised training included numerous workshops and conferences on adoption over the years in the UK, Northern Ireland and ROI. click here
Ines wanted to deepen her understanding of adoption and wrote her MSc Dissertation @ Trinity College on: Developing a sense of self as an adopted person: A psychoanalytic perspective (Muller, 2013).
Student Placement Supervisor on the MA Programme in Psychoanalytic
Psychotherapy DBS 2009 - 2017
Ines developed a clinical placement for psychotherapy students in an educational setting. The students spend a day per week assisting the primary school teacher with all classroom activities and are introduced to the work involved in child psychotherapy under weekly supervision.
Irish Forum for Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (IFCAPP).
2013 - 2018.
Ines also was an active committee member of the Irish Forum for Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (IFCAPP) from 2013-2019, and represented IFCAPP on the Psychoanalytic Section of the Irish Council for Psychotherapy.
Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP)
The Irish Council for Psychotherapy supports the regulation of psychotherapy and promotes Irish psychotherapists with a minimum of 7 years education and training. ICP is an umbrella body and fulfills the highest European standards for Psychotherapy. ICP is a member of the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP).