Couples Therapy Sligo Town

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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.7 Very Good
from 30 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
Very good. Got what I wanted from each sessionClare, Ireland, 03 05 18

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Very good. Got what I wanted from each session.

Couples Therapy €40 - €80
Treatment provides an opportunity for each partner to talk about their experience in the relationship, explain what is going wrong and explore their needs from the relationship. Where needs are not being met, strategies for needs atainment are developed and agreed by both partners. Using Solution Focused Brief Therapy, partners learn and develop new ways of communicating in their relationship. Treatment is non judgemental and takes place in a safe environment where the couples confidentiallity is guaranteed.  
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™
7.3 Very Good
from 30 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.

Depression  
This type of counselling seeks to support a couple or an individual partner finding dificulties in a rerlationship. Issues such as conflict, loss of love, fidelity,jealousy etc. are dealt with here in a safe way using mediation and focusing on developing commnication between partners. 
Anxiety Stress  
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  
2 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.4 Very Good
from 28 users
Joanna Sweeney - Psychotherapist - General Practice 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
Couples Therapy  
Psychotherapist Consultation  
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  
6 more treatments
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