Counselling offers safe, non-judgemental support and understanding for many issues including:
The #weareallinthistogether has been used a lot lately. Even though we are all aware of the protocol to follow regarding COV19 , how it affects us can be very different. Our experiences of social distancing & isolation can vary from person to person. Do you need that extra bit of support through this challenging time ? Has your home environment changed ? ( lack of family & friend interaction). Do you need the time to discuss your needs, fears or difficulties at this time? If so please call or email for confidential & secure advice & support.
Often associated with the loss or death of a loved one. This may not always be the case. Grief can strike you after a change in our environment, a big move to a new area or leaving a job behind. Grief is a very natural response to any form of loss. But you sometimes do not know how to process it. Going from anger to tears to guilt for feeling “okay” at times. Through counselling you can safely and securely process these emotions. Therapy allows a non-judgemental space for you to be you!
I am a an Accredited Psychotherapist with a first class honours degree in counselling & Psychotherapy from Tivoli Institute in Dun Laoghaire. Currently working in a private practice which I have been for 5 years.upon finishing my training I gained some experience in group work & addiction in Cuain Mhuire Treatment Centre. Through this, I have learnt to facilitate the 12 step programme. Facilitating both large and small groups on weekly basis from detox to aftercare (given for up to 2 years). As it is an open facility (Athenry) family meetings are regularly held. This gains insight for therapist and client to the impact the addiction has had on both family and surrounding community.I had entered this area at first as I have quite a lot of experience with grown-up children of addicts (Through private practice). I have found over the last few years this has become my main client base. Seeing very strong clearly the impact of the addiction on them as both children and adults.