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Aisling Mc Govern Nolan - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Aisling Mc Govern Nolan

Rathfarnham, Dubin 16, Dublin
Counselling  enables you to process those emotions and feelings that are holding you back from living the life you deserve. It is my job as the therapist to hold you in the heart centred space  while you explore these emotions and feelings as you speak about your concerns. By gaining insight into  your emotions, behaviour and feelings you will feel more empowered  to make choices that are positive for your wellbeing. I find that clients often come to their  first few sessions feeling  anxious  and nervous about  what is going to happen  or indeed what to say. I assure each and every client that this is common and I therefore endeavour to put you at ease as much as possible. Every client's story is unique and everyone  is given the utmost freedom to express without judgment what is no longer working in their world My approach as a therapist is integrative and therefore unique to each clients needs. I pull from a range of therapeutic practices  which include CBT, Choice Therapy, Person Centred, Spiritual and Shamanism.  I look forward to joining you on your journey
Psychotherapist Consultation
Psychotherapist Consultation up to €65
Anxiety up to €65
Depression up to €65
3 more treatments
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Kinship - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland


13 Pembroke Street Lower,, Dublin 2
Kinship provides a safe, confidential space where difficulties can be explored in the presence of another—one who offers support and space as you work to become more of your authentic self.Areas of focus include: Depression, anxiety, stress, workplace performance, relationship challenges, transitions, chronic illness, trauma, sexuality, sexual abuse, finding meaning, and more. Some people may begin psychotherapy without a specific problem or issue, but instead with the intention of personal development and achieving their potential. At times we may feel confused, lost, overwhelmed, or dissatisfied for a time before we decide to seek help. It takes courage to ask for support. We encourage the development of effective problem-solving skills to help individuals reach their true potential and begin the process of self-awareness, acceptance, and change. We believe that no two people are exactly alike, which means treatments are tailored to the individual through a Humanistic Integrative Approach. Our therapists use evidence-based methods and are trained to a Master's level. We attend regular supervision in order maintain the highest standard of care.
Psychotherapist Consultation €60 - €70
Robert completed his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Higher Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy, and a Master's in Psychotherapy with Dublin Business School. He adheres to the IAHIP Code of Ethics and is committed to regular supervision. Robert facilitates 1-1 psychotherapy, exploring issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, workplace performance, sexuality, sexual abuse, identity, and finding meaning. He has experience creating and delivering workshops for corporate and education sectors, covering a range of topics such as Mindfulness, Relationships, Authenticity, and Connection. He formerly worked as a youth and social care worker. A keen area of interest for Robert is the innate human connection to nature and how it can be used within the therapeutic process. Robert's therapeutic style is Humanistic-Integrative, drawing on Gestalt, Existentialism, Psychodynamic, Bioenergetics, and Nature Therapy approaches, among others. He brings warmth to sessions, offering a safe and confidential space.
Counselling €60 - €70
Anger Management €60 - €70
1 more treatment
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Pembroke Hall, 7 Pembroke Street Upper, Dublin 2, D02 T681
We are a patient-first professional counselling & psychotherapy clinic. Psychoanalytically trained. Dublin based. ‘otherness. noun. the quality or fact of being different’ At the heart of our ethos is the conviction that no two people are the same. This means no clipboards. No questionnaires. No categorisation. No plotting you on a graph. No generic solutions. As psychoanalysts we listen carefully to the otherness in you. What makes you, you. That’s where work can be done.
Psychotherapist Consultation €50 - €90
Counselling €50 - €90
Personality Disorder Therapy €50 - €90
7 more treatments
from 6 users
Brighter Days Psychotherapy - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Brighter Days Psychotherapy

Crumlin Primary Care Centre, Armagh Road, Crumlin, 12
For more information about Brighter Days Psychotherapy in Kimmage please contact the clinic.
Psychotherapist Consultation
Grief Counselling €60 - €65
Psychotherapist Consultation  
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  
8 more treatments
Very Good
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Ruth Alvey Counselling and Psychotherapy - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Ruth Alvey Counselling and Psychotherapy

51 Main Street, Donnybrook, Dublin 4
4.1 from 1 verified review
Ruth Alvey, M.I.A.C.P, is a qualified Humanistic and Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist working in private practice in Donnybrook, Dublin 4 and also in Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2.   Ruth graduated with a BA (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy from Dublin Business School and is a fully accredited member of the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (I.A.C.P). Ruth provides a safe and confidential therapeutic space for one to one counselling for clients seeking support with issues which may include: Fertility IssuesEmotional DistressRelationship and Intimacy IssuesAnxietyDepressionSelf EsteemUnresolved AngerBereavement and LossAbuse/Mental/Emotional/PhysicalTraumaOn-going Pain Related Issues - Chronic Fatigue/FibromylgiaRuth also has extensive working knowledge in the field of Adoption which encompasses the complexities of the Adoption Triad,  the birth mother, the adoptee and the adoptive parents. Through the therapeutic relationship, Ruth endeavours to gain a deeper understanding of the clients thoughts, feelings and behaviours which may be impacting on their emotional, physical and mental wellbeing. 
Psychotherapist Consultation €65 - €80
The counselling session takes 50 minutes at an agreed day and time each week.  The duration of counselling sessions can vary for each individual, where sessions can range from a number of weeks or months to longer term therapy.   At all times the individual has the right to end their therapy however, ideally this is discussed in advance of the ending to ensure the counselling relationship comes to a successful finish for both parties. The first session explores the motiviation and needs which have brought the individual to therapy along with discussing any goals or expectations from the therapeutic relationship.  The therapist will also explain the counselling process to include the agreement of a fixed time and day for each seesion. The fees, confidentiality and the cancellation policy are also discussed during this session. 
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €65 - €80
Counselling €65 - €80
5 more treatments
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Connecting Mindfully Counselling - Connecting Mindfully Counselling Dublin

Connecting Mindfully Counselling

56a Marian Road, Rathfarnham, Dublin 24, D14HX74
When something in your life is not how you'd like it to be, or when you're looking for help and support for something that you're going through; perhaps a life event, a particular concern or maybe problems with relationships, at home, in school or at work. Maybe you are experiencing feelings of anxiety, frustration, fear, sadness or other emotions. Stress can be a part of this. Counselling can help you to better understand what might be going on for you and to find ways to effectively manage feelings, thoughts or worries. My experience is that clients come to counselling because they want something in their life to be different. I appreciate that it's often not easy to come to counselling. I welcome clients with warmth and openness and a non-judgemental listening ear. I am a Person-Centred Therapist and I use ACT, CBT and Choice Theory to help clients work through an issue or to help them shine a new light on an area of their life that is not currently how they would like it to be. Sometimes what we need is to be listened to and heard. Coming to see a therapist is a brave step towards getting support. Allowing yourself to talk about and express what you are experiencing might be what you need at this time. We often don't 'press pause' in our lives, and we often don't give ourselves the time or space to check in with ourselves. Dublin Counselling & Psychotherapy Services: Professional and Confidential (CBT, Person-centred, ACT, CT/RT).
Psychotherapist Consultation €65 - €75
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €65 - €75
Counselling €65 - €75
4 more treatments
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Knots of Thoughts - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Knots of Thoughts

20 Brownsbarn Gardens. Kingswood Cross, Dublin 22, Dublin, D22VH76
I am an Integrative therapist with a strong humanistic foundation and my work is firmly based on the ideals of humanistic approaches such as Person-Centred Therapy.  I work with  clients who experience depression, loneliness, bereavement, anxiety, panic attacks, stress, relationship and family issues, identity crises, body image issue, phobias, low self-esteem and more... My goal is to offer a space that is safe, accepting and non-judgemental, where you can explore, on a deeper level, your emotions, thoughts and behaviours. Looking in will help you find the answers and begin the journey of healing.  ​The decision to start therapy can bring feelings of both excitement and uncertainty and I am glad that you have taken the first step into this journey. You can benefit from counselling and psychotherapy at any stage in your life. However, it is more usual that you are likely to consider counselling when you are seeking to deal with changes, events or transitions in your life, or when facing a personal crisis. We will work together, as a team, to explore what you are going through and help you move forward. 
Psychotherapist Consultation  
Counselling from €50
Anger Management from €50
4 more treatments
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My Mind - Frank

My Mind

5 Laurel Bank, Monkstown, DunLaoghaire
Graduate in Psychology (H)  UCC. Diploma in Social Studies UCC. Diploma in Behavioural Studies UCD. Graduate in Psychotherapy Turning Point Training Institute DCU. I have 25 years experience working in the area of mental health. I have further explored areas to do with mental health and wellness over a period of years. I  work within a holistic framework to explore and maximise  an individuals  full  potential and personal growth. I also work in areas such as, Anxiety management and stress, Relationship issues Work stress. Mental health issues. Trauma and relational issues. Depression and anxiety.  
Psychotherapist Consultation from €60
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Jo Chee Therapy - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Jo Chee Therapy

The Iveagh Practice, 13 Fade Street, Dublin 2, Dublin, D02RR22
In-person therapy and counselling service in Dublin city centre, Dublin 2. Jo practices at The Iveagh Practice, 13 Fade Street, Dublin 2The Therapy Centre, 42 Dawson Street, Dublin 2Offering private and safe space to explore and address issues such as anxiety, stress, depression, loss and grief, LGBT issues, low self-esteem, abuse and other difficulties which may affect mental health and well-being. Jo holds a B.Sc. (Hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy, IACP recognised. Her approach is Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy, where experiences are explored from a holistic viewpoint. Elements of CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), psychodynamics, bodywork, developmental psychology, existential psychotherapy and a person-centred method are used in her approach. Jo believes in psychoeducation and nourishment; enabling and empowering others to understand and narrate their own lives. The aim of therapy is to provide a safe space for clients to achieve autonomy at their own pace.
Psychotherapist Consultation €65 - €70
Counselling €65 - €70
Stress Management €65 - €70
2 more treatments
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Gosia Hogan Counselling and Psychotherapy - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Gosia Hogan Counselling and Psychotherapy

67 Main Street, Blackrock
I work from a person centred and humanistic framework. I provide safe and confidential space for my clients who need assistance with difficult issues in their lives. I believe that it is the relationship between a therapist and a client that matters most. As a result, I offer respect, empathy and transparency to those I work with. Personally, I believe in the quiet power of self-compassion, hope and patience to transform lives. I work with adults presenting with various issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship problems, self-esteem issues and existential concerns. I am currently open to see clients face-to-face. The centre has all the necessary COVID-19 safety measures in place. 
Psychotherapist Consultation €50 - €70
from 5 users
In Dublin Counselling - Geraldine Brennan, Counsellor & Psychotherapist, Dublin 6 & Dublin 12

In Dublin Counselling

8 St Martin's Park, beside Dublin 12, Dublin 6W, D6W YX76
Geraldine Brennan is a qualified and fully accredited (MIACP) counsellor and psychotherapist in private practice based in Dublin 6W and Dublin 12. Geraldine welcomes private clients and no GP referral is necessary. The practice is conveniently located for clients based in Kimmage, Harold's Cross, Terenure, Rathgar, Crumlin and close to Rathmines, Templeogue, Rathfarnham, Knocklyon, Portobello, the city centre and the M50.  Easily accessible by public transport and by car with free parking.
Psychotherapist Consultation free
People usually seek out a counsellor or psychotherapist when they feel stuck or overwhelmed by a particular issue or difficulty. You may have already sought the help of others, such as family, friends or your doctor, but sometimes it can be very helpful to be listened to by someone neutral and where the focus is on you and your experiences. As a trained, experienced counsellor, I provide you with a safe, confidential,non-judgmental space in which you can come to understand yourself and your feelings more fully, and in which new perspectives and new possibilities for change can emerge. My role is to support you and facilitate self-exploration, change and growth. You won’t ever be told what to do or be pressurised into making changes you don’t want to make.  I provide you with a warm, respectful, accepting environment which is based on support and confidentiality.  This creates a trustworthy atmosphere where you can feel secure enough to work on any difficulties. If you have any questions or would like to arrange a consultation you can contact me in confidence either by telephone or by email: I offer an introductory consultation, with no further obligation, to provide the opportunity for you to explain what has brought you to counselling, to see whether you feel comfortable working with me and to assess whether we both think counselling will be helpful.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  
Most of us, at some time in our lives, have periods when it is very hard to cope. This can be very distressing, health and happiness may suffer and other aspects of our lives may be affected.  Often we can overcome life’s difficulties on our own or with the help and support of friends and family.  Sometimes, however, we can feel overwhelmed by difficult feelings that won’t go away, or get stuck in patterns of thinking and behaviour which we can’t seem to change. Friends, no matter how supportive, don’t know how to help, or maybe we just don’t want to burden them with our problems. If you are finding life difficult, with issues getting on top of you or perhaps you feel overwhelmed by problems you are not alone, as these are very challenging times. It may feel as if you have lost control of your life, but there are ways to regain a sense of control in your life.  Counselling can provide you with a safe, confidential, non-judgmental space in which you can come to understand yourself and your feelings more fully, and in which new perspectives and new possibilities for change can emerge. My role as a counsellor is to facilitate self-exploration, change and growth. You won’t ever be told what to do or be pressurised into making changes you don’t want to make.  I provide you with a warm, respectful, accepting environment which is based on support and confidentiality.  This creates a trustworthy atmosphere where you can feel secure enough to work on any difficulties. The service I offer is professional, understanding and caring. I will treat you with sensitivity and respect and provide a confidential environment where you can talk about your thoughts and feelings. I believe that everyone has the capacity to grow and change.  This means that as a therapist I will offer you acceptance, empathy, warmth and understanding and a place where you will not be judged.
4 more treatments
Very Good
from 18 users
J.M. ODonoghue Psychotherapy - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

J.M. O'Donoghue Psychotherapy

137 Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6, Dublin 6
4.9 from 5 verified reviews
WEDNESDAY AVAILABILITY With expertise in the various fields of mental health and well-being, John is available for psychotherapy and counseling.  If you're experiencing such difficulties as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, severe addiction, obsessions, anger management, paranoia, psychosis, identity crises, sexual dysfunction, loss & grief; then John will be able to work with you.   As a member of the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland, John practices a unique form of psychoanalysis during these sessions. The sessions uphold privacy and confidentiality which are paramount to the treatment. How does psychotherapy work? All that is required is to speak as openly as possible about any thoughts, feelings, ideas and even dreams that come to your mind. How long does it last? It is a big step for anyone who decides to go to see a therapist. There is no quick fix to therapy. It is up to you to determine how long you would like to complete the work. How often should I go? In order to benefit from the therapy, once a week is preferable. Otherwise it is up to you to decide. Therapy can be costly in general. How much is it going to cost me? I offer reasonable rates of €60 What day do you work? Tuesdays Only 
Psychotherapist Consultation from €60
Counselling from €60
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