Together we are standing up to cancer

Our Team

At the Cork Cancer Care Centre, our team members all work in unison to provide the highest level of care to all our members. From our board of directors, to our administration team and on to our dedicated counsellors and therapists, we are all here to support you through your journey.

Directors and Management

Dr Claire McCarthy

Dr. McCarthy is a valued member of the Irish College of General Practitioners and brings with her a wealth of expertise, particularly in the areas of health screening, paediatrics, and women’s health.

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Administration Staff

Jessica Mulcahy

In her role, Jessica is dedicated to assisting our clients and ensuring their needs are met with the utmost care and attention.

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Emilia Gorecka

Working on a daily basis, Emilia is committed to enhancing the efficiency of our  volunteer services and supporting our mission

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Counsellors and psychotherapists

Kati Bori

My name is Kati Bori and I’m a Cancer Recovery and Transformational Coach, I’m also trained in Oncology Aesthetic Beauty and I support my clients with inside and outside transformation

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Holistic therapists

Patrick Dillane

His techniques are based on his qualifications and many years of experience and are shared simple easy formats with dollops of humour, over the years in fact many have called him their ‘Chat Buddy’. Few things can match a good chat that’s non-judgemental attentive and supportive.

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Mary McNicholas

I’ve acquired a diverse range of qualifications, certifications, and experiences in various modalities aimed at holistic healing and personal growth.

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Volunteers

Christine Cooper

Christine Cooper

Christine became involved with Cork Cancer Care Centre in 2019 when the company she works for became a charity partner with the centre.

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Ambassadors

Grainne Farran

Shortly before I finished chemotherapy I discovered Cork Cancer Care Centre, and it had a
massive impact on my mental and emotional wellbeing.

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Elizabeth Osagie-Alli

I walked through the purple door up the stairs, one Tuesday morning. After a while of being there, I knew straight away that I had come to the right place.

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