About Drogheda Meditation Centre
M.A. Mindfulness-based Approaches, B.A Psychology
David Culver has a master’s Degree in Mindfulness-based approaches from Bangor University in North Wales and a BA in Psychology from Trinity College, Dublin.
A qualified and experienced trainer, David has over ten years’ experience working with groups in the business and community sectors. He is also a qualified Healthcare Worker having trained with the Progressive College Dublin. He trained with the Irish Heart Foundation as a smoking cessation therapist.
David has over ten years’ experience as a counsellor and psychologist providing therapy for a wide range of emotional difficulties including anxiety, depression, addictions, fears, and phobias.
A meditation practitioner for over ten years, David is an experienced Mindfulness Meditation teacher. Having a special interest in relationships he works with individuals and groups using mindfulness-based approaches to resolve issues such as communication difficulties and conflict to help them enjoy happier and more fulfilling relationships.
Atulyamitra Eileen Mc Carney
M.Sc., Registered Mindfulness Teacher and Breathworks™ Trainer
Atulyamitra Eileen Mc Carney is a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order. She has a master’s Degree in Mindfulness-based approaches from Bangor University in North Wales and has been a meditation practitioner for over thirty years. She also trained with “Breathworks”, an organisation that teaches how to use Mindfulness Meditation techniques to find relief from stress, pain, and illness.
Having originally qualified as a nurse-midwife, Eileen has over fifteen years’ experience working with groups in the community. During her career she has worked with several mental health organisations and those providing homeless services. She has also worked in various hospital and community settings.
A qualified tutor, facilitator and trainer, Eileen has considerable experience designing, implementing, and delivering programmes for groups in the business, voluntary and community sectors. These include mindfulness-based approaches to stress, illness, and parenting.