CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Dublin North

All 21 CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Clinics in Dublin North

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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.9 Excellent
from 109 users
Reborn Dublin Psychotherapy - CBT psychotherapy counselling Featured

Reborn Dublin Psychotherapy

(01) 525 5342 ext: 14518 318 North Circular Road, Dublin 7, Dublin
4.9 from 7 verified reviews
I was always comfortable and at ease, knowing I would not be judgedCathal, Ireland, 15 05 18

Had a wonderful experience with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy sessions. I am very grateful for all the help and support that I received throughout my journey. I would highly recommend this to anyone that is considering therapy as an option for help with anxiety, depression, etc. The lovely and welcoming atmosphere. I was always comfortable and at ease, knowing I would not be judged.

CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy up to €60
Psychotherapist Consultation up to €60
Counselling up to €60
6 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.8 Excellent
from 2 users
Able Minds Counselling And Psychotherapy - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Able Minds Counselling And Psychotherapy

The Healing House, 24 O'Connell Avenue, Berkeley Road, Dublin 7
5.0 from 1 verified review
It was the first time in a long while I actually felt understoodFrances, Ireland, 26 10 19

Throughout my adult life, I have struggled with depression and anxiety and was always reluctant to seek help. Lately, though I was really struggling to cope from day to day so decided to go for counselling. I made contact with James and arranged an appointment. From the very start, James made me feel welcome and relaxed. It was the first time in a long while I actually felt understood. His ability to listen and empathise really helped me to open up on my issues. Over the coming weeks, James used various techniques to help me challenge my irrational thoughts which we're adding to my anxiety. During one of our sessions, James said something that really stuck with me. He said, "To appreciate the light, first we must learn to sit in the dark." This helped me realise that although I may still suffer bouts of depression, they will pass. Looking back I am so glad that I went to counselling. My sessions with James have really helped and I now feel that I am much more able to cope with life's issues. James is a very down to earth person and a very skilled counsellor whom I'd highly recommend. Thank you so much, James.

CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from €60
Psychotherapist Consultation from €60
Counselling from €60
4 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.4 Excellent
from 11 users
John Faherty - John Faherty

John Faherty

Howth, 13
John Faherty provides a comprehensive professional service to those experiencing difficulties within their lives. Whether emotional, social, behavioural, or generalised, a supportive space is provided to work through these difficulties. The practice is located on the north side of Dublin.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €60 - €65
Psychotherapist Consultation €60 - €65
Counselling €60 - €65
5 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.8 Very Good
from 44 users
The Healing House - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

The Healing House

24 O'Connell Avenue, Berkeley Road, Dublin, Dublin 7
4.7 from 2 verified reviews
It was a calm space and very welcomingMegan, Dublin, 17 03 14

Consultation went well. It was a calm space and very welcoming.

CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy up to €60
Psychotherapist Consultation €50 - €60
Counselling €50 - €60
4 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.9 Very Good
from 14 users
Insight Matters - Phibsborough - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Insight Matters - Phibsborough

46 Mountjoy Square South, Dublin 1, Dublin
Insight Matters provides Individual, Relationship and Group Counselling, Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for a wide range of issues. Psychotherapy and counselling gives you a regular time to think and talk about the issues, which are stopping you from living a happier and fuller life. This is carried out in a confidential, safe and non-judgemental space. It works best when a collaborative relationship is formed between you and your therapist. When you see a psychotherapist or counsellor you get to learn more about yourself and how your mind and body works and the relationship between your beliefs and thoughts and how you feel and behave. The aim of the psychotherapy is lasting psychological change, brought about through increased insight. These changes include: • Becoming more able to feel, identify and express emotions.• Making connections (e.g. between feelings and behaviours or past and present experiences).• Gaining a greater understanding of behaviours.• Developing effective emotional and practical coping strategies.• Re-evaluating perceptions and past experiences, this often leads us to become more self-accepting. You and the therapist will explore thoughts, feelings and behaviours that may be causing emotional and physical distress. Together you will discover new healthier ways of coping and letting go of past experiences, enabling you to move forward with your life. At Insight Matters we are committed to providing services built
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy up to €70
Insight Matters offers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for all conditions including: depression, stress, anxiety, trauma, eating distress, low self-esteem, anger management, relationship difficulties, sexual problems, work/career issues and phobias/obsessive compulsive disorder. What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)? Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is an evidence-based treatment based on the idea that thoughts, feelings and behaviours are interconnected. The essence of cognitive therapy is to examine underlying thoughts behind the emotional problems and to generate alternative, more balanced thoughts. Cognitive therapists aim to work on your thoughts and behaviours to help improve how you feel. How many Cognitive Behavioural Therapy sessions do I need? The number of Cognitive Therapy sessions depends on your presenting issues. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy tends to be short-term. A first consultation will establish how many Cognitive Behavioural Therapy sessions may be indicated. What evidence is there for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an evidence based therapeutic approach and is regarded as a treatment of choice for a number of mental health issues. This is based on numerous studies showing the effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Issues for CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is suited to a wide range of issues including: anxiety, stress, depression, relationships, work/career, self-esteem, anger, eating disorders, trauma, bereavement, phobias, addictions, obsessive-compulsive disorder, sexual problems, and self-development. Further reading on Choice Theory Ronald M. Rapee: Overcoming Shyness and Social Phobia: A Step-by-step Guide (Clinical Application of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy)
Psychotherapist Consultation up to €70
Initial Meeting This may be your first time entering therapy; here is a list of what we have seen to be true for many people about therapy: •It takes time to establish a trusting relationship with a therapist. •It is important to go at your own pace and not overwhelm yourself.  •We all resist change. Don’t be surprised if you are tempted to quit right before some real changes or breakthroughs are about to happen. •Becoming more healthy and balanced can feel very unfamiliar and uncomfortable at first. •Therapy is hard work. •Some therapy is short term (usually focusing on one issue and situation) and other therapy may be longer term (more than one or complex issues.)  •Expect your therapist to hold strong boundaries, be ethical, and treat you with respect.  •Remember that therapy, in the hands of a skilled therapist, is a powerful and life-changing experience. It has been shown to be effective for a variety of difficulties and problems. If you need therapy and work as an active participant in your own treatment, you can expect it will be well worth the time and money you invest.
Counselling up to €70
Psychotherapy and counselling gives you a regular time to think and talk about the issues, which are stopping you from living a happier and fuller life. This is carried out in a confidential, safe and non-judgemental space. You and the therapist will explore thoughts, feelings and behaviours that may be causing emotional and physical distress. Together you will discover new healthier ways of coping and letting go of past experiences, enabling you to move forward with your life.  At Insight Matters we are committed to providing services built on the highest ethical standards, care and respect for our clients. FAQs: Can psychotherapy or counselling help me? Psychotherapy has helped many people deal with mental or emotional distress, which can be experienced in many ways including: •Anxiety or an inability to cope or concentrate •Inability to deal with stress or recover from stressful situations •Lack of confidence or excessive shyness •Feelings of depression, sadness, grief or emptiness •Extreme mood swings •Difficulty making or sustaining relationships, or repeatedly becoming involved in unsatisfying or destructive relationships •Sexual problems •Difficulties in coming to terms with losses such as bereavement, divorce or loss of employment •Exploring Sexuality (LGBTQ) •Questioning gender identity •Eating disorders •Suicidal thoughts, effects of suicide and self-harm •Obsessive behaviour •Panic attacks and phobia •Addiction Therapy works best when a collaborative relationship is formed between therapist and client. When you see a psychotherapist or counsellor you get to learn more about yourself and how your mind and body works and the relationship between your beliefs and thoughts and how you feel and behave.
2 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.1 Excellent
from 21 users
Crossroad Counselling - Andrea Koenigstorfer, BA, MSc, MIACP, MBACP

Crossroad Counselling

46 Mount Joy Square South, Dublin, Dublin 1
Situated in Dublin City Centre, Crossroad Counselling & Psychotherapy offers both short-term and long-term confidential counselling and psychotherapy. Working from a humanistic background, we believe each client is unique and therefore draw upon a range of therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused or Psychodynamic Therapy. We believe that everyone has the potential for growth and change if given a supportive, non-judgmental environment and time to explore their difficulties at their own pace. Our clients are given the unique opportunity to enhance their therapy with the help of an online technology with a range of resources to track their mood or anxiety, log and evaluate their thinking in particular situations, and observe associated emotions – all conveniently on their smartphone or tablet, without paperwork, and tailored to each individual client. We offer a range of therapeutic approaches for clients dealing with a range of issues including anxiety, depression, addiction, eating disorders, low self-esteem and self-harming/suicidal behaviours.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy up to €70
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that emphasizes the important role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It is based on the idea that our thoughts cause our feelings and behaviors, not external things, like people, situations, and events. The benefit of this fact is that we can change the way we think to feel better even if the situation does not change.
Psychotherapist Consultation up to €70
In the initial consultation therapist and client can establish whether they can do therapeutic work together. For the therapist, this involves assessing what type of therapeutic support the client needs and whether this is within the therapists realm of services offered. For the client, it involves whether they feel comfortable and safe enough within this particular therapeutic environment to bring whatever they need to the sessions.
Counselling
Counselling for Self-harm/Suicidal Behaviour up to €70
Giving-up self-harm can be a long and difficult process. We help you address the factors that lead to self-harming behaviour and identify new coping mechanisms to help you replace the unhealthy behaviours, in a warm, completely non-judgemental environment.
6 more treatments
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