How do I begin?
If you would like further information, you can contact us directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us at
Our phone may not always be answered but please leave a message, we will get back to you.
How long is a counselling session?
Just under an hour – approx. 50 minutes.
Can you help with relationship counselling?
Yes, we can. We offer Marriage and Relationship Counselling for individuals and couples who need to make changes in their present situation.
Do you offer a service to young people with problems?
Yes. We offer one to one counselling for adolescents and children who may be experiencing difficulties in learning, relationships and in emotional & behavioural development. Young people and their families can be helped to work through these stages.
Can you help someone who is depressed, or who is unsure about what to do with their life?
Individual Counselling and/or Psychotherapy sessions are available for people who are in emotional and psychological distress. This can take many forms including depression, fear, anxiety or a loss of meaning in life. Counselling tends to be relatively short term and to focus on current personal difficulties, while psychotherapy is a longer process which helps people to understand the deeper roots of their present circumstances.
Is therapy totally confidential?
Counselling and psychotherapy is a confidential service in almost all situations. However, it is important to note that in certain circumstances ethical and legal obligations must be considered, such as the Child Protection Act which protects the rights and welfare of children and minors. Your therapist will fully outline the limits to confidentiality in the first session.
Is my Counsellor/Psychotherapist qualified?
All of our counsellors and psychotherapists have completed a full professional training and are associates or accredited members of the main professional associations. These bodies include the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP), the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP). Many of our therapists have post graduate qualifications in specialist therapy, some examples include; child and adolescent therapy, addiction counselling, biosynthesis somatic therapy.