Emotional, psychological distress can come upon us for a number of reasons, a traumatic life event, bereavement, relationship breakdown, financial problems, bullying to name a few. Talking with a professional counsellor in a non-judgemental, safe and confidential environment can help you explore your emotional distress, seek support, unblock your inner resolve and confidence to find solutions. Counselling offers hope through the chaos and support from an uninvolved person. Justine Wilson is a fully Accredited Member of the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MIACP) working with adult clients, supporting and exploring issues such as anxiety, panic attacks, uncontrollable negative thoughts, depression, conflict resolution, lack of confidence and self-esteem, negative behaviours, trauma, abuse, childhood issues, family/relationship issues, addiction issues, anger management, bullying and harassment, bereavement, grief and loss, suicide prevention. Facilitating a safe space to enable change, growth and healing. I have a particular interest in working with clients using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Sometimes someone can be unsure if psychotherapy is right for them, or are unsure of the process of counselling/psychotherapy sessions. The first session is a therapy assessment consultation, which provides me with a chance to answer any questions you may have, for me to hear what your expectations of therapy are, and for you to decide if you would like to proceed in therapy with me. At this meeting, there are forms to complete which include specifically devised Therapy Assessment forms, completing the consultation/assessment should take about 30 minutes plus 30 minutes time for a short therapy session (1 hour altogether). The first session is discounted to €40.00.
People come to therapy for many different reasons, some of which may include:
- Control negative thoughts
- Find a way out of depression
- Find direction after being stuck in rut
- Find inner peace
- Manage conflicts
- Increase self-awareness
- Increase self-confidence
- Improve relationships with others
- Learn to accept yourself and others
- Overcome negative behaviours
- Resolve problems
- Seek a glimmer of hope through the chaos
- Support through a trauma (past or present)
Psychotherapy can help with many issues, some include:
- Addiction Support Therapy
- Anger Management/Conflict Resolution
- Anxiety, Stress and Panic Attacks
- Bereavement, Grief and Loss
- Bullying & Harrassment
- Childhood Issues, Abuse & Trauma
- Coping with Chronic Illness
- Depression/Emotional Crisis
- Family Issues
- Marriage/Relationship/Sexual issues
- Personal Growth/Self-Esteem/Confidence
- Post-natal Depression
- Suicide prevention/Self-harm
One of my main therapeutic approach incorporates Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) helping people to change behaviour. Not everyone seeking therapy is looking for behavioural change, and just want someone to listen to them, maybe support in making some tough decisions, and feel supported in their struggles in life. I tailor my therapeutic approach to suit your needs, to help you blossom and achieve the most you can from therapy.
I am a fully accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist and member of the Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (MIACP), holding a BA and Dip. in Counselling & Psychotherapy. I am currently studying a BA(Hons) in Cognitive Behavioural Therapeutic Approaches (CBT) with the University of Derby.