I am a fully Accredited Member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP), working therapeutically with individuals over the age of 18 years, since 2017. I am committed to providing a professional, therapeutic environment that values the diversity of culture, beliefs, gender, and sexuality.
The foundation of my therapeutic style is grounded in Carl Rogers’ Person-Centred approach, along with combining other attributes from Humanistic therapy approaches that may be filtered into the therapeutic space, if appropriate for the specific needs of the person, such as Existential and Compassion Focused Therapy elements. Sometimes, it can be difficult to reach out to family and friends, or deal with things by ourselves. Counselling can be helpful during these times, providing a confidential space to explore your thoughts and feelings by engaging in a comfortable, empathetic, and supportive therapeutic relationship.
We all have times in our lives when we feel we would benefit from talking things through. No issue is too big or too small to get the support that you need. Counselling offers you the opportunity to talk with a trained professional who is experienced in working with a range of issues, by creating a safe, understanding, and non-judgmental space for you to talk about and explore personal, emotional, and mental health issues which might be affecting your life. Looking after your mental health and emotional well-being is essential to living your best life.
I have experience working with a range of issues, including depression and/or anxiety, family or relationship issues, sexual orientation and/or gender identity, work stress, grief or bereavement, self-harm, self-esteem, traumatic experiences, loneliness and isolation, life transitions such as adjusting to a change in personal or professional circumstances.
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