Your fingerprint is yours alone. You are unique. Nothing can imitate you. Celebrate the very existence of you and burst through that bud. – Aisling Creegan

A Very Warm Welcome to our Workshops



Starting in the Spring of 2024!  

We are delighted to invite you to our three, one day workshops for women who have experienced abuse from their mothers, including physical, sexual, emotional and/or mental abuse.

These are supportive, interactive, in-person workshops, (no PowerPoints or lectures!). They include small group work and the use of creative tools like art and writing, as well as astrology. It is important to attend all three days, so that group bonding can be established and maintained.

The purpose of these workshops is to create a supportive environment for you as a woman, to access your inner creative, self-empowering and self-nurturing resources. Ultimately it’s about recognizing, remembering and delighting in the amazing, love filled human being that you are!

Dates: Spring 2024 – watch this space, or email Margaret at [email protected] for more information!

Location: Oscailt, 8 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
Time: 11am – 2pm, (includes a 30 min break for lunch) There is a small kitchen near the room, so feel free to bring a sandwich/snack for lunch. Teas/coffee will be provided.  There is also a small garden. Unfortunately the building is not wheelchair accessible – our sincere apologies for this.

The group will be limited to 12 attendees


Margaret Gray

Margaret is a psychotherapist and psychological astrologer, who works extensively with couples and relationships. Her personal history with her mother and her work experience, have led her to co-facilitating these workshops with Aisling. For more information, you can check her bio here. You can also find out more about her astrological work here.

Aisling Creegan

Aisling is an author, art therapist and psychotherapist. She has worked extensively for people with neurological conditions and currently works as an activities coordinator for people with dementia. Her book ‘I am someone’ is an extraordinary memoir about her harrowing experiences with her mother throughout her childhood – and ultimately – it is about her incredible strength, resilience and endurance as a woman.

To Register: Please complete the form below. If you don’t get a response from us within two days, please email Margaret at [email protected]. Thank you!
Upon receipt of your registration form, you will be invited for an informal ‘cup of tea’ online chat, with Aisling and Margaret, to find out more about the workshops and if they are a comfortable fit for you at this time.