Dr. Sarah Carty


A graduate of the RCSI Dr. Sarah Carty is a GP trainer with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). and an examiner with the Irish College of General Practitioners (ICGP). Sarah has a specialist interest in ADHD and as a parent of a child with the condition understands that the current services for adults with ADHD are difficult to navigate which led her to establish ADHDdoc in 2022.

Dr. Eimear O’Hanlon


Dr Eimear O’Hanlon is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin. She has worked as a GP since 2000. She has very broad experience and a special interest in mental health and ADHD. She is delighted to work at ADHDdoc.

Dr. John O Connor


Dr John O Connor is a graduate of UCD and holds membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the College of Psychiatrists of Ireland. He is former clinical director of the National Drug Treatment Centre and currently serves as Medical Director of the Rutland Centre for addiction in Dublin. He has a special interest in treating ADHD in adults.

Dr. Consilia Walsh


Dr Consilia Walsh graduated from UCD and trained as a psychiatrist in London, completing the MRCPsych. Dr Walsh is a Fellow of the College of Psychiatrists of Ireland and has worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist in Ireland since 1991 and is on the Specialist Division in Psychiatry of the Medical Council Register of Medical Practitioners. Dr Walsh has a long history of involvement with the College of Psychiatrists including overseeing the development of educational opportunities for psychiatrists as Director of Professional Competence. Dr Walsh continues her involvement with UCD as an examiner for the psychiatry final medical exams. She has worked a Consultant Psychiatrist in General Adult Psychiatry in St Vincent’s University Hospital and CHO 6 as a community psychiatrist. She has a special interest in ADHD.

Susan Madigan

Occupational Therapist

Susan graduated from the Trinity College Occupational Therapy programme in 2011, and has been working with neurodivergent children and adults ever since. Occupational Therapy aims to support you to understand your unique brain, feel good about yourself, and develop strategies to help you get organised, get things done, and flourish.

Helen Ruane

counselLor & psychotherapist

Helen is an Accredited Member of the Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy. Counselling provides a safe space where a person can understand and explore the meaning of their diagnosis, recognise their specific challenges and discover new strengths to enable them to live their best possible lives. Helen is also Speech & Language Therapist with many years’ experience in CAMHS where she developed a special interest in ADHD and Neurodiversity.

Jacquelyn Harper


Jacquelyn graduated with a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from Saint Louis University in the United States in 2009. Her neuro-affirming coaching approach is formed by over 15 years of working with adults, students, and families as an Occupational Therapist and ADHD coach in Washington, DC and Dublin. Her continuing education has focused on the areas of executive functioning, neuroscience, social-emotional development, mindfulness, and strength based approaches to understanding and supporting those with ADHD, Dyslexia, Autistic individuals, and everyone with a ‘neuro-unique’ brain.

Eve Mazhandu

clinic Manager

Baker’s Point

Pottery Road

Dún Laoghaire A96 A6P2