How can I help you support yourself?

‘Eve is like a walking university for people wanting to transform and heal themselves’

Leah, Quebec, Canada

image of Eve Menezes Cunningham doing yoga in Murrisk, Co Mayo

Hi, I’m Eve Menezes Cunningham

I believe we all know what’s best for ourselves and, since 2004, I’ve been supporting clients, students, supervisees, audiences and readers in tuning into their inner wisdom, their Self (that highest, wisest, truest, wildest, most joyful, brilliant and miraculous part of themselves). I love helping people like you tweak (or overhaul) your lives, work and relationships for the better.

Self care is so important. Sometimes it’s as simple as reminding ourselves that we’re worth a little indulgence. Sometimes, it’s about practicalities and getting better at asserting ourselves, setting boundaries and doing the things that support us day to day as well as to create a better future. And sometimes, self care can feel life saving – making the time to create and sustain the routines that support and improve our mental health and wellbeing.

What I do

Based in Westport, Co Mayo, Ireland (working mostly online – via secure video conferencing and telephone – with clients in Ireland, the UK and world at large), I’m a: 

From January 2017 to November 2018, I was Chair for BACP Coaching

I served on BACP’s Coaching Executive from March 2014 to September 2019.

I joined IACP’s Editorial Committee for the Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy in 2021 and edited the Summer 2022 and Spring 2024 editions becoming Editor-in-Chief and Chair of the Editorial Committee in February 2024

Summer 2022 edition of the Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy edited by Eve Menezes Cunningham

I run Feel Better Every Day with Eve Menezes Cunningham (aka and, if we work together, the choice, in terms of the ways in which you want to work and what you want to focus on, is yours.  And, whether we work together or not, I hope you’ll find the resources on my site and blog, my social media, book and in a wide range of articles and columns helpful.

They’ll encourage you to connect with your inner wisdom, prioritise your self care, and do more of what helps you Feel Better Every Day.

If you’re after a more structured approach, the Embodied Wellbeing community may be of interest.

As a freelance journalist and advice columnist, I write mostly about psychology, health and wellbeing.

Over the years, I’ve been fortunate enough to interview world renowned wellness experts including Marianne Williamson, Martha Beck, Robert Dilts, Paul McKenna, Sonia Choquette, David Emerson, Leonie Dawson and Julia Cameron.

Why I do what I do

I love working with people who are ready to prioritise their mental health and wellbeing. Taking a unique holistic approach, I help them create happier, fuller and more peaceful lives.

I was (and remain) my first client.

I have personal experience with insomnia (from primary school until my 20s and getting good sleep has become a priority again now with menopause), traumaanxietylow self-esteemchronic pain (eased by complementary therapies and big lifestyle changes and a focus on self-care) and, of course (who doesn’t?) stress.

I also have personal experience of getting unstuck and making changes – large and small – to transform my own life, guided as much as possible by what brings more joy. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been interested in finding things that work. Tools we can use to help ourselves.

All of the therapies I use have helped me as well as countless clients.

Eve signing copies of 365 Ways to Feel Better launch at Coliseum
signing copies of 365 Ways to Feel Better at the book launch at London’s Coliseum, June 2017

I love teaching people how to help themselves with simple self-care tools for the mind, body, heart and soul. You can find many of these tools in my book, 365 Ways to Feel Better: Self-care Ideas for Embodied Wellbeing (White Owl, 2017). And access free bonus videos and other FREE RESOURCES.  As well as sharing these tools with clients and students, I use them daily myself.

Eve Menezes Cunningham qualifications

I set up my private practice after I qualified as a complementary therapist and life coach in 2004. Since then, I’ve added other therapies and supervision as I’ve qualified in them.

A unique, personalised, collaborative approach

While I love working creatively, it’s important to me to work ethically and effectively. I’m a member of the appropriate professional bodies for the therapies I offer and you can click the logos below if you’d like to find out more. While I’ll draw your attention to potential ways forward in our work together, the choice is always yours. You can click on the images below to find out more about the professional bodies I’m a member of:

If you’re in Ireland and curious about the new CORU changes, and how they might impact your work with me, I’m Supervisor and Counsellor Accredited with IACP and my UK Level 7 qualifications (Post Graduate Certificate in Integrative Counselling and Coaching and Post Graduate Diploma in Psychosynthesis Counselling) have been confirmed to be Masters level and, in Ireland, Level 9. If you have any questions, please get in touch.

If you’re UK based and curious about the impact of SCOPED on our work together, my existing Senior Accredited Supervisor status is changing a little in that I’m now an Accredited Supervisor but need to REAPPLY for my hard earned (back in 2019) Senior Accredited status. It’s a longer process than I’d expected so am reframing it as an opportunity to reflect on my whole practice as I complete the assignments. Again, if you have any questions, please get in touch.

Eve Menezes Cunningham is an NLP Master Practitioner and member of ANLP
Eve Menezes Cunningham is a member of the Society of authors

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