Counselling Sligo Town

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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.7 Very Good
from 28 users
New Day - New Way - Psychotherapy Clinic in IrelandFeatured

New Day - New Way

(01) 901 0176 ext: 70709 Sligo, Sligo
4.6 from 3 verified reviews
A very relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.Colm, Ireland, 06 03 17

I was treated for stress and anxiety and I would highly recommend New Day- New Way to anybody. A very relaxed and comfortable atmosphere and without realising I was finding more out about myself and dealing with my stress and anxiety at the same time.

Counselling €30 - €75
Treatment is non-judgemental and enables you to explore your life, in a safe place, where confidentiallity is guaranteed. Old behaviours that are negatively impacting on your life are explored to understand their origins. New goals are identified and aggreed. Plans are put in place for goal achievement and evaluation.
Psychotherapist Consultation €30 - €80
The following treatments are available; Working with Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, Internet Addiction, Cybersex Addiction, Sex Addiction, Gambling Addiction, PTSD, Sexual Abuse, Stress Management, Weight Management, Relationships, Anger Management, CyberBullying, Eating Disorders, Panic Attacks, Shyness, Phobias, Coping with Life, Suicide, Dementia, Personal Development, Career Guidance.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy €30 - €80
Treatment enables you to explore your thinking and feeling processes, evaluate them, and discover if they facilitate behaviour that satisfies your greatest needs. To often in life we learn faulty thinking patterns that impede our development When change is required, new, more effective thinking and feeling patterns that produce more rewarding behaviour can be developed and applied in you life.  
5 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
6.7 Good
from 31 users
Allen Gilhooly Sligo Counselling - Allen Gilhooly MIACP WGII H Dip Comm & Youth Work BA Theol

Allen Gilhooly Sligo Counselling

Northside Community Centre, Holborn Hill, Sligo, F91N778
4.5 from 1 verified review
Always a positive and relaxed atmosphere during the sessionsJoe, Ireland, 27 03 19

Allen is the top class in helping children if my experience is anything to go by. Always a positive and relaxed atmosphere during the sessions. He really helped my son make progress during a very difficult time along with reinforcing better self-esteem and better ways to process how to deal with anxiety.

Crisis Counselling, Medium or Long term counselling available depending on what the client needs. Counselling is confidential, based on many approaches but uses a common-sense to match the need of the client. It always leaves the client feeling in control of what is happening. 
Anxiety Stress  
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  
2 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.3 Very Good
from 23 users
Joanna Sweeney - Psychotherapist - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Joanna Sweeney - Psychotherapist

Cleaveragh Rd, Sligo
As a systemic psychotherapist I work with individuals, couples, children, teens and various combinations of family members. I take a solution-focused approach which means that, together, we work out what you would like to be different and map out a clear way of getting there. We'll discover what works for you and what builds your resilience when times are challenging. While my approach is solution-focused, I use therapeutic tools within this. For instance;  cognitive behavourial (CBT) when people are stuck in cycles of negative thinking or depression  affect regulation (ART) when we become overwhelmed by intense emotions for example, anger, fear/anxiety, sadness as well as stress / trauma responses compassion-focused (CFT) which is an emerging area of practice particularly useful for self-criticismOne key concept for a systemic practitioner is that everything is connected - that all contexts (big or small) contribute to how we experience and respond to the world. It's important then to figure out how these contexts interact in order for things to make sense eg how our work lives influence us and in turn influence how we are in our personal lives - how stressors impact on our mental health and therefore our relationships. As humans, relationships are vital to our overall wellbeing - whether that's at work, at home, at school or in the community.This 'making-sense' can often of itself bring immense relief because we are not only social bein
Psychotherapist Consultation  
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  
6 more treatments
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Biodynamic Psychotherapy and Massage with Jay Kelly Licensed Biodynamic Psychotherapist MGBII - Jay Kelly
Biodynamic Therapies Biodynamic Therapies is the name given to the much loved range of theraputic and relaxing specialised methods developed by Gerda Boyesen. Her unique insight (which she called the ‘great secret’ of vegetative release) is that we can dissolve the impact of stress and nervousness, and resolve any emotional conflicts that may be related, often without psychotherapy or analysis. Biodynamic Psychotherapy This is a unique combination of mind and body therapy. The main aim of Biodynamic Pschotherapy is to help individuals reconnect with, experience and reinforce their own primary personality or core. The primary personality can be defined as this space of being within ourselves that knows that it is connected to our true sense of self and purpose in life The body has the ability to self regulate during moments of stress. In daily life we are regularly confronted with all kinds of emotions and stresses, which can lead to tension. Some feelings and stresses can be stronger than others. We are not always able to express these emotions or to cope with too much stress and tension. The self regulating ability of the body reacts to stress by building a protective shield. If a person repeatedly represses feelings and emotions and conflicts remain unresolved, then tension and stress cannot be released. This protective resistance grows layer by layer and self regulation of the body is hindered. What happens in a session In a first session
Psychotherapist Consultation  
Gerda Boyesen the founder of Biodynamic Psychology and Psychotherapy discovered that the gut has an additional function, which is not only to digest food, but also to digest the bio-chemical by-products of stress, life experiences and emotional events, including trauma or abuse. She named this function “psycho-peristalsis”. This term was chosen to indicate the psychodynamic aspects of the peristaltic function and to acknowledge the neurological, psychological and emotional components of the digestive process.She went on to discover that the by-products of stress accumulate and get stuck or trapped in the normal fluids of the body and change their composition. She coined the term “energetic nervous fluid” (ENF) to distinguish this from normal body fluids because the body fluids now contain hormonal remnants and biochemical residues – leading to tissue armour or numbness and stasis. These by-products, if left in the body, can lead to dysfunction and eventually, disease. Gerda Boyesen developed a range of biodynamic methods including biodynamicmassage’ (placing a loudspeaker stethoscope on the abdomen of the client during the massage to listen to and monitor the sounds of psycho-peristalsis) which includes‘emptying’. This treatment is designed to help the body to “empty” energetic nervous fluid and to assist the natural elimination of potentially harmful nervous energetic fluid from all cells and processes in the body. Emptying is a regenerative treatment, often leading to feelings of cleansing, relaxation, peace and relief.

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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.6 Excellent
from 20 users
Margaret Kelly Counselling & Psychotherapy - I am an IACP Accredited Member

Margaret Kelly Counselling & Psychotherapy

Ballysadare, Sligo, Sligo
I am an experienced/accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist providing individual, non-judgemental support to adults experiencing a range of emotional issues some of which include Loss & Bereavement, Anxiety, Panic & Post Traumatic Stress, Depression, Relationship issues, recovery from abuse and trauma, pregnancy related issues, Confidence building and Self Esteem.    Affordable, Confidential, Professional, Private.  I am a Member of the Irish Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists (IACP) and the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP) and adhere to their ethics and codes .  
Counselling €50
Price is normally agreed during the first consultation. Reduced Cost sessions are available at various times.
Psychotherapist Consultation
Psychotherapy €50
Psychotherapist Consultation €50
4 more treatments

Counselling clinics within 15km of Sligo town:

WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.7 Very Good
from 14 users
Sligo Counselling Service - Psychotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Sligo Counselling Service

2 Mountain Crescent, Coolaney
Sligo Counselling Service is a professional & affordable counselling & psychotherapy provider.  Just 20 minutes from Sligo town, Sligo Counselling Service offers a private & peaceful location where clients privacy is always assured.
Psychotherapist Consultation  
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  
1 more treatment
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