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Arís Analytic Practice

Arís Analytic Practice

Show Phone Number65 South William Street, Dublin, Dublin 2Ireland
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 21:00
Tuesday09:00 - 21:00
Wednesday09:00 - 21:00
Thursday09:00 - 21:00
Friday09:00 - 21:00
Saturday09:00 - 21:00
Sunday
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About Arís Analytic Practice

Arís Analytic Practice is located at 65 South William Street, Dublin 2. Our practice is underpinned by the ethics and philosophy of psychoanalytic psychotherapy, respecting the confidentiality and psychical well being of each person with whom we work with. We also adopt and offer a non-judgmental service to all those who wish to speak. We do not use any form of suggestion and we strive to ensure and maintain the highest standards of professional competence in our work.

Various therapies are offered by consultants (male and female) from the practice. These include Psychoanalysis, Logotherapy, Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Child and Adolescent Therapy and Counselling. We also provide a service for those with financial difficulties.

All analysts and therapists who work in Arís Analytic Practice have private professional indemnity insurance for the treatment modalities they offer are members of a professional body or organisation and each abide by the code of ethics of these organisations. Therefore any issue between a client and therapist must remain between these parties and not with Arís.

Please feel free to contact us by telephone or email us and we will get back to you within 24hours.

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Psychotherapy

Premises

Parking - There are various car parks in the surrounding area and pay and display on street parking Accessible to disabled peoplePublic transport access - Located on South Willam Street behind St Stephen's Green shopping centreWheelchair accessible toiletAccess without stepsDisabled parkingPatient bathroomWireless accessOn-site pharmacy

Clinic Services

Emergency serviceText message remindersHome visitsOpen 24 hoursOpen weekends - Client sessions available on Saturdays

Psychotherapy

 
Counselling

Counselling is on a one to one basis and it differs from psychotherapy in duration. Counselling is short term, focusing on the clients current personal difficulties and sessions tend to be once a week for fifty minutes. Psychotherapy is for those who wish to understand their current distress through a deeper investigation. Therefore there is no way to predict how long a client may attend and sessions may continue for a few weeks, months or a number of years.

 
Psychotherapist Consultation

All forms of psychological suffering are addressed. These include: Anxiety, panic-disorders, depression, chronic pain, bi-polar disorder bereavement, bulimia, obsessive compulsive disorder, stress, addiction, sexuality and paranoid schizophrenia. Treatment provides the time and space to speak about oneself beyond a diagnosis and to speak about what matters most in a non-judgemental and safe environment. Low rates are available for students, those who are in financial difficulty and in other certain circumstances. Therefore there are no fixed rates. All rates are negotiated in the first consultation.

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Mr Cathal O'Keeffe

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Specialisations:
  Counselling, Psychology, Psychotherapy
Languages:
  English
Biography:

Cathal O’Keeffe Cert., BA Psych (Hons), MA (Hons)

Cathal began his studies in Cultural and Behavioural Studies before going on to complete an Honours Bachelors degree in Psychology with modules of Philosophy and Psychoanalysis. During his degree Cathal worked voluntarily with Childline and following on from this he completed a Masters degree in Clinical Psychoanalysis and also a Certificate in ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training). During his time in the MA, Cathal gained valuable clinical experience working within multi-disciplinary teams in the Mater Misericordiae Hospital, the Rotunda Hospital, Trinity Court Drug Treatment Centre, Schizophrenia Ireland, the National Learning Network in association with RehabCare, St. Vincents University Hospital Elm Park and the Royal Hospital in Donnybrook. Cathal also worked with clients at the Department of Liaison Psychiatry in the Mater Hospital for two years where clients were recommended to see him by the psychiatry team. Cathal currently works privately as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in Aris Balbriggan and Dublin City and lectures at Dublin Business School College of Arts in the Departments of Psychotherapy, Psychoanalytic Studies and Psychology

Ms Anne Marie Boon

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Specialisations:
  Counselling, Psychology, Psychotherapy
Biography:

Anne Marie Boon BA Psych (Hons), MA (Hons)

Anne Marie is a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist. After completing a BA Honours Degree in Psychology, Anne Marie continued her studies in a Masters in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and has extensive experience working with Children in the public sector and currently works privately at Arís.

Mr Stephen McCoy

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Specialisations:
  Counselling, Psychology, Psychotherapy
Biography:

Stephen McCoy, BA Psych (Hons), MA (Hons).

Stephen began his studies with an introductory course in psychoanalysis and philosophy in UCD in 2000. Following on from this Stephen completed a BA in psychology in 2004. While employed in the teaching of children with Autism and Aspergers syndrome he continued his studies with a post graduate diploma in psychoanalytic studies before completing an honours MA in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Stephen’s work concerns the counselling and psychotherapy of children and adolescents with a range of emotional and behavioural problems. This one to one counselling/psychotherapeutic approach has been built on experience gained in in national and primary schools in the Dublin area, The Lucena Clinic Tallaght and in private practice at Aris Co. Balbriggan. Currently, Stephen works as a Therapist for St.Audeons School and works privately in Balbriggan and at Aris in Dublin City.

Dr Stephen Costello

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Biography:

Dr Stephen J. Costello is a philosopher, psychoanalyst and logotherapist. He holds an MA and PhD in Philosophy from University College Dublin. Subsequently, he trained in psychoanalysis with the Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, though now is a member of the Irish Psycho-Analytical Association. For some fifteen years he was a member of the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland attached to the School of Psychotherapy in St. Vincents Hospital. He has been lecturing for over twenty years, sixteen of which has been in philosophy and psychoanalysis at the Dublin Business School. A few years ago Dr Costello added to his Freudian training with a formation in Franklian psychology and founded the Viktor Frankl Institute of Ireland, of which he is the Director. In his clinical practice he draws on the insights of both Freud and Frankl, believing that psychoanalysis should open to the spiritual dimensions of the person which logotherapy and existential analysis incorporate. He is a Board member of the International Association for Training and Research in Logotherapy and Existential Analysis and is on the international faculty of the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy in the United States as well as being a coadjutor of the London Viktor Frankl Institute. His own institute is internationally recognised and affiliated with Vienna. He is the author of The Irish Soul: In Dialogue, The Pale Criminal: Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 18 Reasons Why Mothers Hate Their Babies: A Philosophy of Childhood, Hermeneutics and the Psychoanalysis of Religion, The Ethics of Happiness: An Existential Analysis and of the forthcoming What are Friends For? Insights from the Great Philosophers. Contact him today.

Show Phone Number65 South William Street, Dublin, Dublin 2Ireland