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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.3 Excellent
from 139 users
Dublin Psychotherapy - Psychology Clinic in IrelandFeatured

Dublin Psychotherapy

(01) 901 0176 ext: 85960 62 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2, D2
4.9 from 16 verified reviews
His approach is oriented to achieving practical results and changing everyday life for the betterMichele, Ireland, 09 03 19

I contacted Marcello in March 2018 because I was dealing with a strong fear of flying and I was avoiding to take aeroplanes for 1 year (during which I worked with other professionals with no success). Four months after I started to fly again, and I took 5 flights before the end of the year. We worked a lot on the connections between fear and my life so that I learned a lot about how to manage myself in many difficult situations. I believe that Marcello has great talent as a psychotherapist. I liked a lot the fact that his approach is oriented to achieving practical results and changing everyday life for the better. Highly recommended!

OCD - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment €80 - €100
Psychotherapist Consultation €80 - €100
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €80 - €100
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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.3 Excellent
from 528 users
Bergin Psychological Services - Mr Zak PowersFeatured

Bergin Psychological Services

(01) 901 0176 ext: 64405 Suite 12, 30-31 Wicklow Street, Dublin, Dublin 2
OCD - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment  
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an illness that causes people to have unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and to repeat certain behaviours (compulsions) over and over again. We all have habits and routines in our daily lives, such as brushing our teeth before bed. However, for people with OCD, patterns of behaviour get in the way of their daily lives. Most people with OCD know that their obsessions and compulsions make no sense, but they cant ignore or stop them. What are obsessions? Obsessions are ideas, images and impulses that run through the persons mind over and over again. A person with OCD doesnt want to have these thoughts and finds them disturbing, but he or she cant control them. Sometimes these thoughts come just once in a while and are only mildly annoying, other times, a person who has OCD will have obsessive thoughts all the time .What are compulsions? Obsessive thoughts make people who have OCD feel nervous and afraid. They try to get rid of these feelings by performing certain behaviours according to "rules" that they make up for themselves. These behaviours are called compulsions. (Compulsive behaviours are sometimes also called rituals.)For example, a person who has OCD may have obsessive thoughts about germs. Because of these thoughts, the person may wash his or her hands repeatedly.Performing these behaviours usually only makes the nervous feelings go away for a short time. When the fear and nervousness return, the person who has OCD repeats the routine all over again Some people treat their OCD with just cognitive therapy. Others use only medication while others choose to combine both. The following medicines are also often used to treat depression and include: clomipramine. These drugs can cause side effects such as dry mouth, nausea and drowsiness. Sometimes they also have sexual side effects. It may be several weeks before you see an improvement in your behaviour. Unde
Young adult Psychotherapy  
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
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.
2 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.9 Very Good
from 9 users
Kevin Murphy Psychotherapy - Kevin Murphy MSc., Reg. Pract. APPI, ICP.

Kevin Murphy Psychotherapy

Morrison Chambers, 32 Nassau Street, Dublin, Dublin 2
4.3 from 2 verified reviews
I will be returningJulia, Dublin , 23 11 14

Kevin Murphy is the consummate professional. I rate him highly. Attended him for 3 months in a deep painful crisis - suicidal, despairing and bereft including some grieving rage. He contained it all, allowed me to just be myself and to trust in my recovery. A kind, patient and very intelligent therapist in my experience. I will be returning after a time away abroad

OCD - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment  
Psychotherapist Consultation up to €80
(sliding scale applies for students, unwaged) This is a drug-free, non-directive, non-judgemental therapy based on psychoanalytical principles that allows the person discover and/or examine the issues that are of greatest concern and have had the greatest impact in shaping their current lives so as to bring about lasting positive change.
Counselling  
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
9.7 Outstanding
from 10 users
Mary OConnor - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Mary O'Connor

92 Old County Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12, 12
I work as an individual psychotherapist so I offer a completely confidential service.  I am both highly educated in this field and experienced in the many issues we face in life.  If you have problems or questions in your life and are looking for someone to whom you would like to speak on a confidential one-to-one basis then this is the clinic for you.
OCD - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment €10 - €50
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy focuses on the unconscious processes of the mind which influence all that we do. Each one of us has repressed into our unconscious, memories and feelings that were too painful to bear. This is where the roots of our obsessions are to be found. These repressed experiences continue to exert a powerful but hidden influence on our lives. The power of the unconscious mind can be seen when we wish to change some aspect of our life but find we cannot, when we find ourselves repeating patterns of behaviour which ultimately lead to pain, or even when there seems to be a dull but constant ache in our heart from which we cannot escape.   In the practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy, access to the unconscious is based on ‘free association’ which is defined as the process of speaking about the thoughts that chance across your mind during a session. As this happens, the client becomes more able to acknowledge and express feelings and ideas that have been deeply buried. By remembering and working through these buried experiences, the client can give new meaning to the pain and suffering of their lives thus moving to mental well-being.
Psychotherapist Consultation €10 - €50
I offer psychoanalytic psychotherapy to individuals wishing to speak on a one to one basis with a therapist.
Anger Management €10 - €50
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy focuses on the unconscious processes of the mind which influence all that we do. Each one of us has repressed into our unconscious, memories and feelings that were too painful to bear. This is where the roots of anger are to be found. These repressed experiences continue to exert a powerful but hidden influence on our lives. The power of the unconscious mind can be seen when we wish to change some aspect of our life but find we cannot, when we find ourselves repeating patterns of behaviour which ultimately lead to pain, or even when there seems to be a dull but constant ache in our heart from which we cannot escape.   In the practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy, access to the unconscious is based on ‘free association’ which is defined as the process of speaking about the thoughts that chance across your mind during a session. As this happens, the client becomes more able to acknowledge and express feelings and ideas that have been deeply buried. By remembering and working through these buried experiences, the client can give new meaning to the pain and suffering of their lives thus moving to mental well-being.
2 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.2 Very Good
from 22 users
City Centre Counselling - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

City Centre Counselling

6 Mayor Street Upper, Spencer Dock IFSC, Dublin, Dublin 1
5.0 from 4 verified reviews
Ease very quicklyMonica, Dublin 1, 25 04 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

OCD - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment  
Psychotherapist Consultation  
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  
2 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
9.0 Outstanding
from 8 users
Mary Hamill Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre for Professio - Mary Hamill MICP

Mary Hamill Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre for Professio

28 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin 2, Dublin, 2
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.
OCD - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment €70 - €80
Integrative psychotherapy looks at the balance between the various aspects of our life.  OCD is where one aspect of our life is taking priority.  When we understand why this is happening, change is possible.Contact me for further information.
Psychotherapist Consultation €70 - €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.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €70 - €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.
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