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Primary Care Psychotherapy Vista Primary Care, Naas, Co. Kildare +353-45-896690 info@primarytherapy.ie
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Individual Counselling & Psychotherapy

Counselling and Psychotherapy sessions are umbrella terms which cover a range of talking therapies made available for people who are experiencing emotional and psychological distress in their lives. Personal difficulties can take many forms, for example: having problems coping with feelings of depression, or anxiety, feelings of fear and isolation, experiencing a broken relationship, suffering from bereavement or trying to cope with a loss of employment. Sometimes these feelings may give rise to a loss of meaning in life as you may find them difficult to talk about or impossible to explain. For reasons such as these individuals often choose to talk with a professional therapist who is caring, supportive and trained to provide help. The purpose of therapy is to explore personal difficulties and identify changes that will enhance the client’s ability to cope and advance their wellbeing. Counselling tends to focus on specific problems and identifying positive changes which will lead to improvements in your life circumstances.  Psychotherapy is more long term and is concerned with deeper issues such as restructuring the personality or sense of self, and in developing insights which help to overcome emotional problems and difficulties. Individual counselling or psychotherapy comprises a one-to-one relationship between the client and the therapist. The pace of life and our fast-changing world can place many demands on us. Most of the time we can cope with life and its ups and downs, however, there are times when we may feel overwhelmed and exhausted by it all and maybe feel that our strength is being depleted, and that we need help. A professionally trained therapist provides a safe space for individuals to work through their personal difficulties to rebuild their strength and enhance their overall health and wellbeing.  Sharing your thoughts and feelings with a professionally trained therapist who is not personally involved in your life can be most helpful as they will adopt a neutral position. A clearer understanding of your problems can be developed and new perspectives can be considered which may help you find new solutions.  

At Primary Care Psychotherapy our qualified and professionally accredited psychotherapists are trained to help

with issues like:

Addictions & Eating Disorders Anxiety, Panic & Stress Bereavement, Loss & Separation Bullying Cancer Recovery Therapy Child & Adolescence Therapy Clinical Supervision Depression Family Therapy & Support Fertility Isolation, Despair & Hopelessness Relationship Difficulties School, College and Career Issues Self-Esteem & Self-Confidence Issues Sexual Abuse Suicide & Deliberate Self-Harming Trauma, including Childhood Trauma Work Related & Unemployment Issues

THERAPISTS WHO SPECIALISE IN THIS AREA:

To get more information on an individual therapist please click on name Anna Marie Smith Attracta Gill Austin Breslin Claire Colreavy Donnelly Grainne McKeon Jim Fitzgibbon Ken Hannaway Laura Cleary Leticia Gavin Lorraine Doherty Margaret Fagan Tracey Masterson Contact Primary Care Psychotherapy in confidence @ 045 896690 or email info@primarytherapy.ie to discuss making an appointment with one of our therapists.
Primary Care Psychotherapy
Disclaimer: The Counsellors and Psychotherapists at Primary Care Psychotherapy practise independently on his or her own behalf. Therapists do not constitute a partnership or other trading entity or profit sharing arrangement with Primary Care Psychotherapy. The Therapeutic Contract that exists is one between the therapist and his or her client(s), and Primary Care Psychotherapy is not party to any such contracts.
Make an appointment +353-45-896690 / info@primarytherapy.ie
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Opening Hours Primary Care Psychotherapy is open Monday to Saturday 9am - 9pm

Individual Counselling &

Psychotherapy

Counselling and Psychotherapy sessions are umbrella terms which cover a range of talking therapies made available for people who are experiencing emotional and psychological distress in their lives. Personal difficulties can take many forms, for example: having problems coping with feelings of depression, or anxiety, feelings of fear and isolation, experiencing a broken relationship, suffering from bereavement or trying to cope with a loss of employment. Sometimes these feelings may give rise to a loss of meaning in life as you may find them difficult to talk about or impossible to explain. For reasons such as these individuals often choose to talk with a professional therapist who is caring, supportive and trained to provide help. The purpose of therapy is to explore personal difficulties and identify changes that will enhance the client’s ability to cope and advance their wellbeing. Counselling tends to focus on specific problems and identifying positive changes which will lead to improvements in your life circumstances.  Psychotherapy is more long term and is concerned with deeper issues such as restructuring the personality or sense of self, and in developing insights which help to overcome emotional problems and difficulties. Individual counselling or psychotherapy comprises a one-to-one relationship between the client and the therapist. The pace of life and our fast-changing world can place many demands on us. Most of the time we can cope with life and its ups and downs, however, there are times when we may feel overwhelmed and exhausted by it all and maybe feel that our strength is being depleted, and that we need help. A professionally trained therapist provides a safe space for individuals to work through their personal difficulties to rebuild their strength and enhance their overall health and wellbeing.  Sharing your thoughts and feelings with a professionally trained therapist who is not personally involved in your life can be most helpful as they will adopt a neutral position. A clearer understanding of your problems can be developed and new perspectives can be considered which may help you find new solutions.  

At Primary Care Psychotherapy our qualified and

professionally accredited psychotherapists are

trained to help with issues like:

Addictions & Eating Disorders Anxiety, Panic & Stress Bereavement, Loss & Separation Bullying Cancer Recovery Therapy Child & Adolescence Therapy Clinical Supervision Depression Family Therapy & Support Fertility Isolation, Despair & Hopelessness Relationship Difficulties School, College and Career Issues Self-Esteem & Self-Confidence Issues Sexual Abuse Suicide & Deliberate Self-Harming Trauma, including Childhood Trauma Work Related & Unemployment Issues

THERAPISTS WHO SPECIALISE IN THIS AREA:

To get more information on an individual therapist please click on name Anna Marie Smith Attracta Gill Austin Breslin Claire Colreavy Donnelly Grainne McKeon Jim Fitzgibbon Ken Hannaway Laura Cleary Leticia Gavin Lorraine Doherty Margaret Fagan Tracey Masterson Contact Primary Care Psychotherapy in confidence @ 045 896690 or email info@primarytherapy.ie to discuss making an appointment with one of our therapists.
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Copyright 2016 Primary Care Psychotherapy Website by MGS Web Design
Disclaimer: The Counsellors and Psychotherapists at Primary Care Psychotherapy practise independently on his or her own behalf. Therapists do not constitute a partnership or other trading entity or profit sharing arrangement with Primary Care Psychotherapy. The Therapeutic Contract that exists is one between the therapist and his or her client(s), and Primary Care Psychotherapy is not party to any such contracts.
Primary Care Psychotherapy Vista Primary Care, Naas, Co. Kildare +353-45-896690  info@primarytherapy.ie
Opening Hours Primary Care Psychotherapy is open Monday to Saturday 9am - 9pm