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Remedy Clinic

Remedy Clinic

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29 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin, D02 W315, Dublin 2Ireland

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Opening hours

Monday07:00 - 21:00
Tuesday07:00 - 21:00
Wednesday07:00 - 21:00
Thursday07:00 - 21:00
Friday07:00 - 21:00
Saturday08:00 - 18:00
Sunday08:00 - 18:00
Prices from €30 - Enquire for a fast quote ★ Very Good ServiceScore™ 7.0 from 2 votes ★ Visit our Psychotherapist - 29 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin, D02 W315, Dublin 2, Ireland.

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Psychotherapy €60 - €80


Consultation from €30
Counselling €60 - €80
Student rates
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About Remedy Clinic

Remedy Clinic is a modern talking therapy and wellness consultancy based in the heart of the SOBO district of Dublin 2, Dublin's thriving retail and business district. Remedy is home to professional counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists and wellness consultants. Our practitioners are all formally trained and are qualified up to and beyond upcoming regulatory standards. The team represents a dynamic mix of competency and skill, and are a new generation of talking therapy practitioners, equipped to work with all presenting issues. We are an approachable service, with a focus on quality therapeutic intervention in a great environment, which we have created with our clients comfort and well-being in mind. We are a private practice, and sessions with practitioners are available by appointment only. Visit our website, to see our rooms, our professionals, and our opening times. Learn more at our website. 
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ParkingAccessible to disabled people - Wheel chair ramp on sitePublic transport access - Fully serviced by all major linksPatient bathroom

Clinic services

Open weekends - Check with your consultant


€60 - €80


Counselling  - Remedy Clinic


There are a number of types of counselling available at Remedy Clinic:

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    Bereavement counselling

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    Alcohol & Substance abuse counselling

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    Addictive behaviors counselling

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    Sexual issues counselling

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    Relationship counselling

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    Family systemic counselling

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    Couples / Marriage counselling

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    Mood / depression /anxiety counselling

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    Supportive / crises counselling

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    Student / Adolescent counselling

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    OCD counselling

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    Anger management counselling

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    Stress counselling

If you have any concerns in relation to the above issues, or indeed anything that is not listed above, please contact a therapist today to arrange a consultation / appointment. If you want to learn more about any of the above or are unsure of anything, please refer to Remedy Clinics information & resources area for links to detailed information on these areas. Counselling can help to address these items in an open and non-judgmental setting, and can give insight into issues that may require a longer period of work to understand, and potentially resolve. Your counsellor is also a fully qualified psychotherapist, and will able to aid you toward resolutions and decisions related to your problem. 

from €30


Consultation  - Remedy Clinic
Make an appintment with one of our professionals for an initial talk through issues that are of concern for you, this consultation will give you an introduction to the process involved, and alow you to decide if you are comfortable working with the professional you will meet on the day. 

Student rates

We have counsellors and therapists that accommodate reduced rate sessions for students, both part time and full time rates available, contact us today to discuss your needs and get connected with a suitable practitioner. 
€60 - €80


Psychotherapy - Remedy Clinic


Psychotherapy is a longer term and more in-depth process than supportive counselling. It requires both client and therapist to engage at a much deeper level, to a relational depth. Within the therapeutic alliance, the client can expect to confront and understand many underlying issues that can be a part of, or indeed the cause of their overarching issues and problems. Psychotherapy requires a courageous curiosity, and needs to be facilitated by a professional practitioner, who has received the correct training to properly facilitate the process. Remedy Clinic houses professionally trained psychotherapists that practice numerous psychotherapeutic orientations. There are a number of different psychotherapeutic orientations, that utilize different methods to facilitate their respective process of therapy. Due to this, some clients will find some forms of therapy more suitable for them. In order to make an informed decision please refer to the short brief on each discipline, and then follow the link to the therapist page to find your therapist, by orientation / discipline

Our Therapists

Our practicing therapists are qualified and accredited by (or are pre-accredited members of) the prominent accrediting bodies, such as the IACP (Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), and the IAHIP (Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Therapy) among others. Please see each individual therapist’s profile for a more in-depth look at their practice, qualifications and the areas in which they specialise. We work in line with upcoming regulatory standards. 

Remedy Clinic - 29 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin, D02 W315, Dublin 2,

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Mr Richard McDonagh -  at Remedy Clinic

Mr Richard McDonagh


Richard Mc Donagh Dip. Psychology, BA(Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy

Richard holds a Diploma in Psychology and a BA(Hons) degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy from Dublin Business School. Richard is also a Business graduate and has years of experience in the private sector. With insight into the demands and stresses associated with the modern corporate environment, Richard works with clients from a more considered and informed position relating to their working environment. As a qualified personal trainer, and being personally active in sport, healthy lifestyle approaches and fitness, Richard considers and promotes the full spectrum of needs for an individual, for both mind and body. Richard adheres to the code of ethics as set out by the IACP (Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and practices using a dynamic integrative approach to counselling and psychotherapy, tailoring the intervention to the individual. Richard also currently practices in D.I.T (Dublin Institute of Technology) where he works alongside the resident team of Psychologists and Psychotherapists.

Areas of specialty: Work Stress, work relationship dynamics, depression, anxiety, addiction and addictive behaviour, alcohol and substance abuse, motivation, self-esteem, family and relationship issues, self-harm, eating disorders.

Mr Eugene  O'Reilly -  at Remedy Clinic

Mr Eugene O'Reilly


Eugene O’Reilly is a professionally qualified Counsellor and Psychotherapist with a BA Honours Degree from Dublin Business School. Eugene is a pre- accredited member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and adheres to their Code of Ethics which supports High Professional Standards.

Eugene’s work is varied and is based on a Psychodynamic, Person Centred, Humanistic and Integrative Approach. This means that he tailors his work around his client’s unique experiences. He works with people over short or long term periods of time helping them with the changes that they identify as needing to make. He has gained a wealth of experience from working with organisations such as SOSAD and Living Links. His aim is to provide a safe and supportive environment to enable clients explore, achieve clarity and make necessary changes to restore harmony in their lives.

Area of Speciality: Depression, Bereavement/loss, Suicidal ideation/self-harm and the issues that can bring suicidal thoughts. Life crisis, relationship problems/separation, anger management, stress/anxiety issues, sexual identity issues, eating disorders, personal problems, self-esteem and self-discovery. He has extensive experience in all areas.

Louize Carroll -  at Remedy Clinic

Louize Carroll


Louize is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist with a special interest in working with adults and young adults who are in creative industries. Qualified with a Master’s Degree in Social and Organisational Psychology from UCD, she has over 10 years of experience working as a mental health professional with several peer-reviewed publications. In addition, she has 20 years experience working as a musician and a composer, and has a keen interest and informed professional approach towards the challenges that face individuals who are working to carve out a creative career for themselves, or are simply struggling through industries that require creativity, passion and inherent exposure to public judgement. She also specialises in working with those who feel ‘stuck’ in their career, or feel they are in the wrong job or career and are looking to find a more satisfying life path.

A member of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) and the Division of Work and Organisational Psychologists (DWOP), Louize focuses on the provision of support for people in a way that is person-centered, solution focused and utilizes coaching techniques with an approach based on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).

Louize served as a purveyor for mental health systems change for young people in Ireland through her work in Jigsaw – The National Centre for Youth Mental Health and was a core part of the establishment and development of this not-for-profit organization founded by Dr. Tony Bates.
She has worked alongside young people at risk between the ages of 12-25 in the community as well as those under the ages of 16 in the Mater Child and Adolescent Clinic in Dublin.

Ms Ali  Wyse -  at Remedy Clinic

Ms Ali Wyse


MSc. BA (hons). Dip., 

MSc Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy - University College Dublin 

BA (Hons) Social Science - Dublin Business School,  

Dip Addiction Psychology, 

Dip Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Ali is a qualified Psychotherapist working towards accreditation with N.A.P.C.P (National association of Pastoral Counselling and Psychotherapy). Ali adheres to the Code of Ethics as upheld by the National Association of Pastoral Counselling and Psychotherapy (N.A.P.C.P) and Association of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy Ireland (A.P.P.I).

She has many years of experience working in the social services sector including services such as Dublin Simon Community and Merchants Quay Ireland, where she worked as a Project Worker in front line services.  Ali has a keen interest in child and adolescent development, Women’s Health, Body Dysmorphia and the treatment of Trauma.

Ali is aware of the needs of the individual and takes a psychodynamic approach to her work with clients, guided by psychoanalytic principles.  She continues her professional development in areas such as child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, trauma and suicide prevention. Ali is continuously partaking in further education so as to make sure she is offering her clients the best services she can.

Ms Ruth  Dixon -  at Remedy Clinic

Ms Ruth Dixon


Having graduated with an honours degree from Dublin Business School, Ruth has gone on to further her studies in the area of Trauma and Stress Recovery, training with renowned Trauma experts Babette Rothschild,

Dr. Bessel Van Der Kolk and Dr. Ruth Buczynski. Although Ruth integrates the teachings from all schools of Psychotherapy in her work, depending on the needs of the individual client, it is how the body reacts to stress and trauma that Ruth concentrates on in her treatment of these clients. “Stress is seen as the number one enemy of modern life; however, stress is a biologically essential survival tool - without it, the progression of the human race would not have been possible. In primeval times, triggering the stress response may have meant the difference of life or death – today it can have disastrous consequences on every aspect of our lives.

My goal is to help my clients understand why they react the way they do to trauma and stress, and by recognising what triggers symptoms, clients can learn to control their reactions to stressful or traumatic situations.”

Ruth is available for both long and short term therapy in Remedy clinic and as well as providing therapy to clients in relation to Stress and Trauma. Ruth also works with clients presenting with the following issues – Eating Disorders, Relationship Difficulties, Self Esteem Issues, Bereavement, Anxiety and Depression, Sexual Difficulties, Sexuality, Gender Identification, Addiction, Phobia

Ms Erin Price -  at Remedy Clinic

Ms Erin Price


Erin Price is a qualified therapist with a BA (Hons) degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy from Dublin Business School and is a pre-accredited member of IACP (Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy). Erin has also completed the Advanced Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST). 

Erin uses an Integrative and Humanistic approach to psychotherapy and counselling. Erin believes in the quality of the therapeutic relationship and provides a confidential, non-judgmental and supportive environment. Erin believes the role of the therapist is to facilitate and assist clients to make meaning of their experience and discover their inner world. Erin


is a dynamic therapist who promotes self-awareness, personal growth and well-being leading to more empowered individuals. 

As an integrative therapist Erin uses various aspects of Person-centered, Gestalt, Internal Family systems, Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). Erin tailors her approach to suit each individual and to ensure their needs are addressed.


Erin works on a one to one basis with adults experiencing a range of presenting issues including: 

Anxiety and depression, 

Attachment issues, 

Bereavement and loss, 

Family and Relationship difficulties, 

Low Self Esteem, 

Personal development, 

Sexuality and Sexual Identity, 



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29 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin, D02 W315, Dublin 2Ireland