There are times when adults may need extra support if they are finding it difficult to deal with, or understand their emotions and their behaviour.

Psychotherapy is a talk-therapy which can help people to cope and overcome a wide range of emotional and mental health difficulties. We offer a flexible and dynamic treatment clinic for adults.

Our Psychologists and Psychotherapists are trained in a wide range of therapeutic approaches. After the initial assessment with our Practice Manager the client will be matched to the most appropriate therapist within the team; and within the first two to three sessions a therapy plan will be discussed and agreed between the client and therapist.

Our independent team of Adult Psychologists and Psychotherapists all come with many years’ experience of working with a wide range of emotional, relationship and mental health difficulties.

What to do In Cases of Emergency

If you think there is a risk of a suicide attempt get emergency help now:

1. Talk to a close friend or loved one – tell them how you feel, tell them that you need help right now

2. Go to where you feel safest; if possible remove the intended means for suicide

3. Call the suicide hot-line numbers or emergency services immediately (see list below)

4. Call your GP primary healthcare provider or go to your local Hospital A&E if necessary

5. Get solid supports in place – turn immediately to trusted family or friends

To get more information on an individual therapist please click on name

Emergency telephone numbers and website contact details:

  • Emergency Services
  • Samaritans
  • Pieta House
  • Aware
  • Childline (if under 18)
  • HSE Mental Health
  • Hospital A&E
  • Your local GP
  • Tel
  • 112 or 999
  • 116 or 123
  • 01 601 0000
  • 1890 303 302
  • 1800 66 66 66
  • Text Talk 50101