The founders of Dual Diagnosis Ireland are:
Eoin has an Honours BA in Psychology from University College Dublin, and a Cognitive-Behavioural Masters from the University of Wales. He has worked as a Senior Counsellor and Aftercare Coordinator with the Rutland addiction treatment Centre, and specialises in Addictive Behaviours and Dual Diagnosis issues. He is the founder of the , a network of counsellors addressing sexual addiction problems in Ireland, and the Institute for Behavioural & Mental Health.He is currently President at PCI College in Dublin,Vice-Chairperson of the Irish Association of Alcohol & Addiction Counsellors, and a member of the Executive of the Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy. Centre for Sexual Addictions
Carol Moore is a member of Chartered Accountants Ireland with 20 plus years of experience, first as an accountant in practise, then 13 years with Eircom in a variety of different assignments. She has been operating as a freelance consultant since 2000 in the public and private sector. In the not for profit sector she has worked as interim CEO with Headway the national association for people with acquired brain injuries, and completed assignments with Barnardos, Faoiseamh, the then Eastern regional health boards, Arthritis Ireland and in education. She is a director of Mental Health Reform. She is also qualified in psychometric testing with the British Psychological Society and advises on career development. She has post graduate qualifications in social science and education and masters in psychology with a special interest in addiction.
Angela has an honours degree in counselling and psychotherapy and has completed a certificate in community addiction studies. She is currently doing voluntary work with people with addiction and mental health issues. Her specific research focus is mental health and addiction services in Ireland with a focus on dual diagnosis.