Fiona Smith. I hold an Honours Degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy
and I am accredited with both IAHIP and IACP. I am also registered with the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP). My core
training is person-centered and psychodynamic. I also have training in other
approaches from the more practical such as CBT, mindfulness and stress management
to the more philosophical such as existential therapy.
I have a private practice in Naas, Co. Kildare and Bray, Co.
Wicklow allowing me to offer services in South Dublin, West Dublin, Kildare and
Wicklow. I also work as a volunteer counsellor and psychotherapist with Living
Life Counselling in Bray, Co. Wicklow, a registered charity that provides
general counselling services to those on low incomes.
I provide counselling and psychotherapy for adults on a one-to-one
basis. I also provide couples/relationship counselling to couples, parent and adult child, and adult siblings. I have extensive experience working with both men and women in a wide
range of psychological and emotional issues including:
Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression, Suicidal Thoughts,
Stress, Relationships, Separation, Divorce, Self-esteem, Identity, Sexuality, LGBT Issues, Adult
Survivors of Child Abuse (emotional, physical, sexual), Trauma, Bereavement,
Loss, Health Issues, Women’s Issues, Personal Development, and Work Related
issues. Please contact me by phone to arrange an appointment otherwise I cannot guarantee that an appointment