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4.1 / 5  Excellent
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Bergin Psychological Services - Mr Zak PowersFeatured

Bergin Psychological Services

(01) 525 5312 Suite 12, 30-31 Wicklow Street, Dublin, Dublin 2
Rating from 11 Reviews I felt comfortableClara, Dublin, 14 Dec 14

I did only one visit, but I felt comfortable and I was able to have a good talk with Doc. Powers. He seemed to me scrupulous and helpful.

CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  
Cognitive therapy seeks to help the client overcome difficulties by identifying and changing there thinking errors, behaviour, and emotions. This involves helping patients develop skills to change beliefs, identifying thinking errors and changing behaviours. Treatment is based the collaboration between the client and the therapist. Once those thoughts have been challenged, your feelings are easier to change. I believe that most people can overcome any emotional disability by ‘Working harder’. So be prepared for some homework, as C.B.T does require you the client to record your progress and challenge your behaviour in between sessions. But it’s not just about working harder; I will help you to ‘work clever’. The techniques of C.B.T will allow you to see your world from a new angle and this often brings relief and a new found ability to change behaviour that up until now, you may have felt would never change.
Psychotherapist Consultation  
What is psychotherapy? Psychotherapy is the treatment of psychological, emotional, or behavior disorders through the communications between the client and a therapist. The goal of therapy is to establish a central relationship of trust in which the client or patient can feel free to express personal thoughts and emotions and thus gain insight into his condition and generally share in the healing power of words. (Britannica) Will it work for me? Many people feel a great deal of benefit from psychotherapy, some even after comparatively few meetings. Like any other treatment or life experience, psychotherapy may not be suitable for everyone. Each individual has to make up their own mind about whether therapy is helpful for them. Clinical experience shows that if you are motivated and set yourself realistic goals, psychotherapy is likely to be of benefit.How long will it take?The length of treatment will be determined by what you are offered following assessment. How often are the sessions? Most psychotherapy is once weekly, although sometimes client’s circumstances won’t allow for this, so an alternative arrangement will be made. How long does each session last? Individual psychotherapy sessions normally last fifty minutes. How much does it cost? A one on one session costs E85.00. What benefit should I feel afterwards? Research has shown that psychotherapy is effective in reducing symptoms, improving relationships and self esteem. However, as each person is an individual it is difficult to generalize at the beginning as to which benefits a person may feel. The exploration and the journey is often as important as the goal. Does it usually work? A great deal of research has been done which shows C.B.T to be effective. However, it only works as a catalyst with the person undergoing treatment. This means that in order for therapy to be effective, the "work" is not done to you - but by you and with you.Can I stop if I feel its not working? It is always possible to leav
Counselling  
Zak Powers  Psychotherapist is based in wicklow Street Dublin 2.  As a practitioner of hypnotherapy, Zak Powers has used his skills of hypnosis and psychotherapy to produce the ideal approach to controlling stress and building self-esteem. Zak has worked as personal hypnotherapist to World Boxing Champion Steve Collins and has also treated 1000s of people who have championed their own personal battles. REMEMBER HYPNOSIS IS EASY It is also one of the few complementary therapies that is practised by the medical profession. Controlling stress does not have to be hard work. This programme is designed to instill into your mind a new programme of thinking. It will allow you to clear out your minds overload of stressful thoughts and enable you to think clearly. Once this sence of control and clarity has been achieved, Zak will build your confidence level to an all time high.This is easily accomplished using your imagination and Zaks renowned motivation techniques. YOU DO NOT NEED WILLPOWER Willpower (or conscious determination) is one thing, but because it only uses one part of the mind, its effects are all temporary. Hypnosis operates at the sub-conscious level and uses all of your senses, which is the very foundation of emotional intelligence. HYPNOSIS * Enables you to understand and eliminate anxiety.* Boost control and self esteem.* Provides the motivation for change.* Puts an end to panic thinking. Please contact the Clinic for current rates. quit smoking - weight management - phobias - stress - anxiey - depression - insomnia - O.C.D.
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4.5 / 5  Excellent
from 138 users
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Dublin Psychotherapy - Psychology Clinic in Ireland

Dublin Psychotherapy

62 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2, D2
Rating from 15 Reviews I found his approach very respectful and full of insight at the same timeDomenico, Dublin, 20 Sep 18

I've contacted Marcello after having closed a treatment with another psychotherapist during 2017. I found here a non-judgemental place where step by step I could open myself and explain the reason/s that brought me to ask his help. I found his approach very respectful and full of insight at the same time. This gave me the opportunity to understand better my behaviour, what beliefs were limiting my social and private life. Now after almost 8 months I feel more confident in taking actions, less strict with myself and more open to experimenting my personal way to achieve my potential. With the conviction that getting better is mainly a process than a result and even sometimes I don't get what I want. I may always enjoy my path towards this progress, being less self-critical than I was before. I choose Dublin Psychotherapy mainly because as Italian I was looking for the same mother-tongue therapist.

CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €80 - €100
Psychotherapist Consultation €80 - €100
Counselling €80 - €100
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5.0 / 5  Outstanding
from 3 users
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Drumcondra and Glasnevin Counselling Services - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Drumcondra and Glasnevin Counselling Services

Dublin North, Dublin Southside, Dublin
How Therapy Can HelpOur emotions dictate and determine how we see the world. When you have control over your emotions you have control over your behaviour. When we become anxious, distressed, depressed or living in fear, the rational part of our brain is suppressed and the emotional brain takes over. We become time travellers trapped in the past ruminating, worrying, restless and agitated, driving us to despair with guilt, shame, secrets and unresolved business.  Glimpses of the future may be glimpses of catastrophe, hopelessness and emptiness.  As your counsellor I am here to listen to you, to guide you and to bring to your awareness alternative ways of being in the world. Collaborative counselling can bring insight and access to your imagination and your own forgotten inner strengths. You can change your life trajectory. You can find your personal path and spread it with peace, well-being, balance and spiritual wholeness.
CBT - and Anger Management €80 - €120
What is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT?)     Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is brief and time-limited. During the sessions you will learn how to become your own therapist. You will be given the tools to help you become your own person. To take charge of your life. To understand why you, and only you, have brought yourself to this place at this point in time. To accept that everyone is responsible for their own behaviour. To challenge your thoughts and beliefs and see how they shape your views and ultimately your experiences of the world as you perceive it to be. To quote Epictetus, "Men are not moved by things, but by the views which they take of them." In CBT I like to switch the phrase “I’ll believe it when I see it” to “I’ll see it when I believe it”.  This shift in perception raises our awareness. It is only when we have elevated a problem into our awareness and begin to see it in a different light that we can do something about it. We begin to realise and accept that we have choices. We can do something about the problem or do nothing. The choice is ours to take. The decision is ours to make. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy has proven worldwide to be effective in the treatment of many psychological disorders.
CBT and Anxiety €80 - €120
Sean D. Daly  Psychologist, Counsellor and Psychotherapist.  MBPsS. M.Sc., B.A. Psychology Dip.counselling and ~Psychotherapy gMPSI Psychological Society of Ireland MBPsS., British Psychological Society  Dip. Counselling and Psychotherapy  EFPA Member European Federation of Psychologists associations Masters M.Sc. specializing in Neuropsychology. B.A. in Psychology (Honours) from DCU.  Post grad. in Systemic Family Therapy Mater Misericordiae Hospital. Dip. Counselling and Psychotherapy, Middlesex University. BPS registered for  Level A and Level B Ability and Personality Assessment. Fully accredited member IACP.
Psychologist / Psychotherapist Consultation €80 - €120
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4.1 / 5  Excellent
from 58 users
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True Horizon - Lisa Fitzgerald - Counsellor & Psychotherapist

True Horizon

46 Mountjoy Square, Dublin, D1
Rating from 8 Reviews I could only recommend Lisa, she is brilliant!Eva, Ireland, 17 May 16

I had CBT with Lisa at the beginning of 2016. Lisa is an amazing person, so kind and understanding and she helped me a lot to deal with my anxieties due to my circumstances. I could only recommend Lisa, she is brilliant!

CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy up to €60
Psychotherapist Consultation up to €60
Counselling up to €60
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4.7 / 5  Outstanding
from 13 users
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In Sight Psychotherapy & Counselling - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

In Sight Psychotherapy & Counselling

101 Baggot Street Lower, Grand canal Dock, Dublin 2, D02 TY29
Experienced psychologist and psychotherapist based in Dublin City Centre and a fully accredited member of the IACP, working in accordance with the institute's Code of Ethics. My therapeutic approach integrates theoretical background and techniques from Person-Centered Counselling, Choice Theory and Reality Therapy, Existential Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Multicultural Counselling. In other words, my approach to psychotherapy is not the rigid, "one size fits all" kind, but a more creative, personalised approach, constantly redesigned, restructured and improved in order to perfectly suit your individual needs. In the spirit of tailoring psychotherapy to the individual, please note that my services are available in the following languages: English, Romanian, and Portuguese. I have had the privilege of working with a wide variety of clients, and issues such as: low self-esteem, low self-confidence, relationship difficulties, anxiety, panic attacks, low mood, stress, depression, mood swings, bereavement, grief, substance abuse and addiction, anger, trauma and abuse.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €60 - €70
Psychotherapist Consultation €60 - €70
Counselling €60 - €70
2 more treatments
3.5 / 5  Good
from 36 users
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City Centre Counselling - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

City Centre Counselling

6 Mayor Street Upper, Spencer Dock IFSC, Dublin, Dublin 1
Rating from 4 Reviews Ease very quicklyMonica, Dublin 1, 25 Apr 14

Evelyn is very kind and makes you feel at ease very quickly. We agreed what the approach to counseling would be from the first session and I like the practical aspect of Cognitive Behaivoural Therapy. The cost is reasonable

CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  
Psychotherapist Consultation  
Counselling  
2 more treatments
4.2 / 5  Excellent
from 15 users
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Elmwood Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy - Therapy

Elmwood Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy

22 Upper Baggot Street, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, 4
We are a team of professional Psychotherapists who are committed to providing you with Counselling and Psychotherapy services in a warm, confidential and safe environment.  Four highly trained, clinically qualified and experienced professional psychotherapists: Vivienne Shields, Fiona MacAnna, Sarah Ruane and Deborah Mulvaney, run the Elmwood Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy in partnership with each other, and with the support of our professional Practice Manager, Linda Sutton.  Our therapists are: Professionally qualified Experienced Fully accredited Professionally supervised Members of Professional Organisations We are committed to offering you our support and our experience to explore the thoughts, feelings, behaviours and experiences, past and present that may be causing psychological and emotional stress for you. We hope and believe that, together, we can help you to discover better and healthier ways of coping and moving forward in life towards reaching your full potential.   History The Elmwood Centre, formally known as The Family Therapy and Counselling Centre Ranelagh, was established in 1987 to provide counselling and psychotherapy services to the community. Our Practice moved seven years ago to our beautiful new Counselling and Psychotherapy premises at 22 Upper Baggot Street, Dublin City Centre. It was established to provide therapy to individuals, couples and families who want to take the first st
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €70 - €90
What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has been the most widely researched therapy. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that involves addressing a person’s problematic thinking styles and behaviors. It is based on the idea that how we think (cognition), how we feel (emotion), and how we act (behaviour) all interact together. Specifically, our thoughts determine our feelings and our behavior. Therefore, negative thoughts can cause us distress and result in problems. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy helps people to develop alternative viewpoints in order to tackle their problems. Developing alternative viewpoints is the cornerstone of the CBT principle that there is always more than one way of seeing things and therefore a person chooses their own viewpoint. This type of therapy has been found to be helpful in: AnxietyPanic attackDepressionAcrophobia and other phobiasSocial phobiasBulimiaObsessive compulsive disorderPost traumatic stress disorderStressRelationship problems When we change the way we think for the better, this in turn, contributes to how we view and react to situations around us. It also helps to bring new clarity of thought to help make better decisions for ourselves and others.
Individual Psychotherapy €90 - €120
Personal therapy is a way in which an individual can address any issue in their lives that is causing them distress. Each person, in their own unique way, has the potential to overcome their present difficulties. Working regularly with a trained therapist in a safe and non judgmental environment can provide a setting in which someone  can engage constructively with their struggle and discover a more creative way of living with less emotional baggage to hold them back.
Couples Therapy €90 - €120
What is Marriage & Relationship Counselling? Relationships can run into difficulties from time to time resulting in conflict, lack of communication and disappointment. Normal life stage events such as the birth of a new baby, redundancy, retirement, a change in work/life balance or children leaving home can also present couples with the challenge of renegotiating their expectations of themselves and each other. Counselling can teach you some valuable ways to improve and enhance communication skills and to work through difficult emotions to achieve clarity, understanding and connection. Elmwood Centre offers relationship counselling in a safe and comfortable environment to co-habiting, married and same sex couples. We provide the space for couples to talk, listen and be heard. By working with a counsellor who possesses empathy and professional expertise, couples feel supported while working through the challenges in their intimate relationship. While being aware of the uniqueness of each individual, we also have the skills and experience to hear both sides of the story in complete confidence, without judgement and without taking sides. The relationship you wish to explore may be past, present or in the future, and we invite you, alone or with your partner, to avail of the opportunity to explore, understand and transform your relationships.
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4.7 / 5  Outstanding
from 10 users
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Clancy Care Counselling - Here for you

Clancy Care Counselling

62 Mount Street Lower, Grand Canal, Dublin, DO2 K634
I offers a safe place in which to explore your life.  I offer counselling that is tailored to you.  For example, you might be feeling overwhelmed and worrying. Working together we look at those areas that are causing you to worry, in a safe way.  Phone me Monday to Friday for a no obligation chat.  
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €50 - €60
Psychotherapist €50 - €60
Clancy Care Counselling offers a safe place for you to talk about your life.  
Client Centred Counselling €50 - €60
1 more treatment
4.3 / 5  Excellent
from 10 users
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James Murphy - James Murphy CBT Therapist

James Murphy

18 Dame Street, Dublin
James is a Dublin based BABCP accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) therapist. He passionate about helping people overcome issues caused by low mood and depression, stress, and anxiety. He offers tailor-made individual therapy plans based on the concerns that you want help with and focused on the outcomes you are seeking.About CBTHis model of therapy is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). This is a type of talking therapy that focuses on your thought processes and your actions, in particular, the unhelpful ones. CBT is one to the few types of psychotherapy that has been scientifically tested and proven to be effective for many different problems. In contrast to other forms of therapy, CBT is usually more: Focused on the presentLimited in durationProblem-solving orientatedIn addition, clients learn specific skills and practical strategies that they can use for the rest of their lives, helping them to become their "own therapists" when dealing with future challenges. Areas of specialism DepressionGeneralised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)Trauma/PTSDPanic and/or agoraphobiaObsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)Social AnxietyLow self-esteemPhobiasHealth AnxietyAnger ManagementSleep problemsBackgroundThe majority of his working life has involved helping others. He has worked for the NHS in the UK for many years working in a range of mental health, drug and alcohol, and primary care services. In addition to his work as a therapist, he has also worked as a manager, an innova
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from €60
4.3 / 5  Excellent
from 14 users
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Edel Malone at CBT Online - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Edel Malone at CBT Online

Ranelagh, Dublin, Dublin 6
Edel is a Psychotherapist who works online with clients using CBT, she is based in Ranelagh, Dublin 6.  Edel graduated from the Tivoli Institute in Dun Laoghaire in 2010 and gained full accreditation with the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP).  Edel's training and theoretical background is in humanistic and integrative psychotherapy incorporating psychodynamic, person centred, cognitive behavioural therapy, attachment theory and gestalt theoretical approaches.  Edel attends regular supervision as part of her ethical commitment to her work.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from €60
Psychotherapist Consultation from €60
Counselling from €60
1 more treatment
4.5 / 5  Excellent
from 15 users
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Mary Hamill Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre for Professio - Mary Hamill MICP
Integrative psychotherapy and counselling providing help across a range of psychological issues, both short-term and long-term.Bereavement and loss support for adults and under 18's, including issues associated with children involving terminal illness, separation & divorce and parental lossIntegrative therapy is suitable for the following:Anxiety and GADDepressionBereavementFamily relationshipsCommunicationsAbuse including Sexual AbuseTrauma (Incl PTSD)Unresolved Childhood IssuesMary Hamill is a fully accredited psychotherapist and member of ICP, IAHIP & IACP.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €60 - €80
Exploring the interactions between our thoughts, feelings and behaviours is a well researched approach to therapy.Using CBT techniques to identify difficulties and make changes in our lives is very effective.  Contact me for further information.
Psychotherapist Consultation €60 - €80
Psychotherapy offers the opportunity to better understand ourselves and how we live.  It can be the difference between surviving and thriving. Integrative psychotherapy does not try to fit the client into one type of therapy as it utilises many different therapies and can tailor-fit the therapy to the individual needs of each person.
Counselling
Self Esteem €60 - €80
Our ability to thrive is often compromised by the need to survive.  Integrative psychotherapy is very effective in addressing factors that often block our ability to thrive, increasing our confidence and well being.  Contact me for further details.
15 more treatments
4.3 / 5  Excellent
from 21 users
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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.
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