My passion is to see people reach their potential, delivering high-performance while preserving and improving well-being.

Making good people better. 

My interest in psychology began in 2001 as part of my undergraduate study in NUI Galway. After more than ten years of working bilingually in radio and television for RTÉ and TG4, I returned to study psychology further, focusing on sport, exercise and performance psychology.


I have worked for a long time in a competitive and challenging industry and understand more than most how little changes can make a big impact.

My experience as a media professional coupled with my skills in the field of sport and performance psychology mean I recognise the need for constant improvement in a fast-paced and demanding world.I also bring honesty, and always ensure clients understand every step.

All my work is grounded in scientific research and I adhere to a professional code of ethics, guaranteeing confidentiality and professionalism. I also firmly maintain that learning never stops and believe in continued professional development.

 
 

Máire Treasa on numerous occasions and she has compered many events for the Camogie Association including Awards Banquets and Media Launches. Máire Treasa is a pleasure to deal with in preparing for an event and her presentation skills are without par in terms of communication, warmth and creating a positive and enjoyable atmosphere. The feedback of her work has always been excellent and I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending her
— Cian Nelson, Communications Manager, The Camogie Association

I have had the pleasure of working with MT within the field of sport psychology. She has worked with an array of athletes and teams and excels in assisting athletes in coping with the demands of intense competition. She understands pressure and the challenges it brings, and also has a wealth of knowledge specific to women in sport. MT is highly professional and competent and seeks to bring an evidence-based approach to all areas. Athletes, of all levels, trust her.
— Nollaig O’Sullivan, Sport and Exercise Psychologist