Psychotherapists Dublin North City Centre

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ServiceScore
Excellent
from 286 users
8.9
Sarah Jane Crosby - Psychotherapy Clinic in IrelandFeatured

Sarah Jane Crosby

(01) 525 5342 ext: 61728 The Therapy Centre, No. 8 Store Street, Dublin
4.9 from 7 verified reviews
It has also helped me better understand why others in my life may think or do things a certain wayLisa, US, 08 02 20

I follow Sarah’s account on Instagram and it is game-changing. The information shared is always so valid, whether I recognize it in myself or in loved ones. I thought I knew all the reasons I “am the way I am.” However, this account enables me to really take a closer look at my emotions and actions and see them within a new, more knowledgeable way. It has also helped me better understand why other’s in my life may think or do things a certain way. I might just have to book an international flight for the opportunity to witness such compassion and understanding first hand!

Psychotherapist Consultation
Psychotherapy from €90
Psychotherapy (In Person) from €90
Online Psychotherapy from €90
5 more treatments
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 8 users
8.4
Clair Breen Counselling & Psychotherapy - Dublin 7 - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Clair Breen Counselling & Psychotherapy - Dublin 7

The Capel Building, Mary's Abbey, Dublin City Centre, Dublin 7
A fully qualified and accreditaed  counsellor, working from an integrative framework, Clair offers her clients a warm, open, safe space where they can explore and resolve issues that are causing pain and discomfort in their lives in a supportive, non-judgemental and confidential environment. Working in private practice in both Dublin City Centre and Lucan, Clair provides one to one therapy sessions for children, adolescents and adults. Clair also offers Skype counselling.  Issues Dealt with:  Anxiety • Stress • Self-Esteem/Self-Worth Depression • Panic Attacks Bereavement & Loss Low Mood • Commitment Issues Sexual Difficulties Abuse • Loss of Direction • Bullying Relationship Issues • Trauma • Self-Harm • Suicidal Thoughts Crisis Pregnancy 
Psychotherapist Consultation €40 - €70
Counselling is a journey of self-discovery and growth. People come to counselling for a variety of reasons; low mood, depression, anxiety, addiction; relationship problems, to name a few. Counselling is a way of exploring what is not working in our lives, why we hold onto old patterns and behaviours that no longer serve us well. Counselling can help us reach our full potential and live a happy life. With this in mind great care is taken in tailoring therapy to each individual client.
Mental Health Consultation
Mental Health Consultation €40 - €80
Stress related issues €40 - €80
4 more treatments
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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 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.
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.
Psychologist / Psychotherapist Consultation €80 - €120
1 more treatment
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 13 users
7.5
Elizabeth Moran Counselling - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Elizabeth Moran Counselling

29 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin, Dublin, 2
5.0 from 1 verified review
Elizabeth Moran(MIACP)City Centre Counselling, offers a warm, empathic, safe, confidential and professional environment in which to explore and re-connect to your deeper and authentic self. Elizabeth Moran is a professionally qualified Counsellor and Psychotherapist.I am an accrediated member of the IACP. Educated at Dublin Business School, Dublin City, I hold an Honours Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy. I adheres to the code of ethics of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP).
Psychotherapist Consultation €50 - €60
I offer couple counselling session 50-55minutes.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €50 - €70
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a collaborative, practical and problem oriented approach to emotional problems whereby the client and therapist work together toward understanding difficulties in terms of the relationship between thoughts, feelings, body responses and behavior.
Counselling €50 - €60
I offer one to one sessions. 50-55 minutes in lenght.
3 more treatments
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 11 users
8.4
Anne-Louise Foley Counselling at The Healing House - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Anne-Louise Foley Counselling at The Healing House

The Healing House, 24 O'Connell Avenue, Berkeley Road, Dublin 7
I'm currently offering both face to face and also online counselling. If you're feeling stuck in your life, or anxious, stressed, or depressed, counselling can help. I believe that you have the resources within yourself to find answers and resolve your difficulties, but may need a bit of help on this journey.  I work in an integrative way, meaning that I will use elements from different areas of psychotherapy in order to help you develop a stronger and healthier sense of yourself. It is helpful to gain some insight into the cause of the problem, and then work together with you on finding ways forward.  I hold a BA (hons) in Counselling & Psychotherapy from ICHAS (the Irish College of Humanities & Applied Sciences) and am an accredited member of the APCP and the BACP. I am also trained in EMDR. 
Psychotherapy €45 - €50
Counselling €45 - €50
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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
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.
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)
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.
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