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Meet the Jigsaw Donegal Team

Noel O’Driscoll

Noel O’Driscoll

Clinical Coordinator

Noel O’ Driscoll is a qualified social worker and psychotherapist. Noel has worked primarily as a social worker in adult and child and adolescent mental health services in the HSE. Noel’s guiding vision is the healthy functioning and development of young people and seeking to facilitate this. Noel heads up the clinical team in Donegal. This means that he plans out, with others how the service will meet the needs of those young people who wish to avail of the service. He also provides support to the clinical support workers as well as providing one to one support for those who attend the service.

Colleen Kearney

Colleen Kearney

Clinical Support Worker

Colleen Kearney has a degree in Psychology and a Social work qualification. Colleen has experience in working within a child and adolescent mental health service as well as working with young people in the care system. Colleen is particularly passionate about early intervention for young people, as she recognises how having early therapeutic intervention can have a significant role in preventing long term or enduring mental health difficulties developing. Colleen feels its a priviliege to work in Jigsaw and to be able to help young people through their journey in life.

Una Doherty

Una Doherty

Clinical Support Worker

Una is a qualified social worker and youth worker and has a wide range of experience working with children, young people and parents. Una enjoys offering therapeutic support to young people and enabling people to make positive choices and decisions.
 

Karen Duggan

Karen Duggan

Youth and Community Engagement Worker

Karen has an honours degree in Public Health and Health Promotion. Karen has been involved in the Jigsaw project since it first opened and was appointed Youth and Community Engagement Worker in October 2014. Karen works with the Youth Advisory Panel and is also out in the community promoting positive mental health.