Covid 19

These are very uncertain and challenging times for all of us. In light of HSE guidelines I have made the decision to discontinue face-to-face sessions for the coming weeks. This is to ensure the safety of clients, colleagues, friends, family and myself. I am offering counselling and psychotherapy by telephone and online. Many people are acutely worried and stressed so I am now offering short sessions of 25 minutes duration to provide a supportive space to talk about your concerns and also to offer some practical guidelines for managing stress. Feel free to contact me at or 0834722411 Stay Safe

Finding the right counsellor or psychotherapist can be confusing but there are some key things to look for:

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About Me

“I believe that our mental health is of paramount importance. If we are emotionally or psychologically distressed it has a negative impact on our well-being in a variety of ways. If we are physically unwell we seek help from professionals so be kind to yourself and seek professional help for your mental health and well-being.”

I hold an Honours Degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy and I am accredited with both IAHIP and IACP. My core training is person-centered and psychodynamic. I also have training in other approaches from the more practical such as CBT, mindfulness and stress management to the more philosophical such as existential therapy.

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About The Process

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change."
(Carl R. Rogers, On Becoming a Person)

Humanistic and integrative psychotherapy is about integrating the wholeness of being. This involves connecting or reconnecting to all aspects of the self: body, emotions, psyche, intellect, spirit and social interaction. It is about working towards greater self-awareness, self-acceptance and personal growth in order to cope with the dimensions of human existence.

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What to Expect

“The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious.”
(Einstein, Ideas and Opinions)

At first you may feel a bit anxious about counselling and this is a natural response to the unknown. However, this feeling should lesson as you build a relationship with your therapist and you begin to talk about your difficulties. The more you experience a sense of respect, trust and safety; the more you may feel you can talk about your life experiences.

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If you are struggling with life right now, get in touch - you don't have to be alone.

Day and evening appointments available.

+353 834722411


Basin Street Centre
17 South Main Street
Co Kildare


Glenard Avenue
Co Wicklow