Counselling & Psychotherapy

COVID-19 Pandemic:

The Centre remains open for counselling and psychotherapy services during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Administration Office is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 2pm. For all appointments, including the option of low-cost sessions, please call 01 8788236 during these office hours, or email enquiries to or complete our enquiry form

We offer Counselling and Psychotherapy services in respect of an extensive range of personal life problems such as:

  • Relationship / Marriage / Family difficulties
  • Anxiety / Panic
  • Depression
  • Addiction
  • Sexual abuse / assault
  • Psycho-sexual problems
  • Bereavement
  • Eating problems
  • Adolescent difficulties

Some people may also choose to attend counselling or psychotherapy without having a specific problem or issue, but rather because they wish to pursue their own personal development work in the hope of achieving more of their potential so as to live life in a more meaningful and fulfilling way.

Our Approach

All counsellors and psychotherapists working in the Centre practise within a humanistic or person-centered orientation. This means that the focus in the therapy process is on the personal, subjective experience of the client. The person’s own inner wisdom, freedom, and responsibility for self are regarded as central to the process.

Everyone seeking help is recognised as having an embodied, spiritual, psychological and social life. While each person's individuality and uniqeness is respected, we also recognise that within each of us there are depths that reach beyond our individuality and through which our lives are sustained and have meaning.

Therapist Accreditation

All Professional Counsellors and Psychotherapists in the Centre are required to:

  • Have completed a recognised professional training programme
  • Have received Professional Accreditation (or approaching accreditation) from either the Irish Council for Psychotherapy or the Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
  • Attend regular Clinical Supervision for their work
  • Participate in ongoing Personal and Professional Development
  • Abide by prevailing Codes of Ethics and Professional Practice

Student Counsellors are required to:

  • Have successfully completed at least two years of a recognised professional training programme
  • Attend regular Clinical Supervision meetings
  • Continue to engage in training and personal development work
  • Abide by prevailing Codes of Ethics and Professional Practice

Clinical Supervision

Individual and group supervision for counsellors and psychotherapists are offered at the Centre by accredited supervisors.


Counselling and psychotherapy services are offered on both a fee-paying basis and a low-cost option. Where an individual’s circumstances are such that a low-cost option is required, a reduced rate is negotiated in accordance with the person’s means, and in exceptional cases there may be no fee.


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