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Articles Tagged ‘dublin north’

Appointment

256 Swords Road, Santry, Dublin 9

Appointment hours

Monday - Thursday 2pm - 9pm
Friday 2pm - 8pm.
 
Therapist Supervision Group on Fridays - contact me for availability and further details.
 
Fees for therapy sessions Monday - Friday:
Introduction session 20.-euro
Subsequent therapy sessions 60.-euro
Discounted fee for unemployed/students 50.-euro;  discounted fee for students working towards qualification in Psychotherapy 40.-euro
I also have some sessions available for clients who have very restricted access to income, please contact me for further details or discuss with me in the introduction session.
Payments accepted by card or cash.
 
Saturday 9.30am - 1.30pm
 Fees for therapy sessions on Saturdays:
Introduction session 30.-euro
Subsequent therapy sessions 70.-euro
 
For any queries or to request an appointment please use the contact form below, or telephone 086 6623774 leaving a message and contact number. 
I check and respond to emails and phone messages throughout the day from Monday – Friday. 
 
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Background

I am a professionally qualified counsellor and psychotherapist, and a fully accredited member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) as a counsellor and as a supervisor.  I work within the IACP code of ethics and practice - for information on the IACP their website is www.iacp.ie.
 
I hold an honors degree in counselling and psychotherapy from PCI College in Dublin (www.pcicollege.ie), which is accredited with Middlesex University in the UK and is recognised and accredited with the IACP.  I hold an MA degree in Women’s Studies with UCD (www.ucd.ie/socialjustice/womensstudies).  The learning from this postgraduate degree informs my counselling work, including work around sexuality and relationship issues, gender, and recognition of personal responsibility and possibility for change in social justice and equality issues.  I also have a Diploma in Suicide Studies, a Diploma in Group Therapy and a Postgraduate Diploma in Supervision and Reflective Practice.  In October 2017, I registered with DCU as a postgraduate research student on their PhD-track. 
 
I have experience in working with a wide range of issues and I follow a practice of continuous professional development (CPD) and personal development to expand my resources and enrich my work.  In addition to attending IACP workshops and meetings for counsellors and supervisors, in 2017 and 2018 I worked on preparing a premises in Santry to open as a holistic therapy centre.  I moved my therapy practice into the new centre in June 2019, and am recruiting counsellors and holistic therapists to work with me in Santry.
In September 2017 I joined the Gender and Sexual Diversity Interest Group (GSDIG), a group of therapists in IACP working to promote information and awareness within IACP about working with gender and sexual diversity in the therapy room.  Our work directly contributed to the association issuing a statement rejecting so-called 'conversion or reparative' therapy - see the iacp webpage https://iacp.ie/iacp-condemns-conversion-therapy for more information.
 
  
 
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Contact me by using the form on the Appointments Page, by emailing me or by phone. All calls and emails are handled in the strictest of confidence.
 
See my locations on the Appointments page.
 
I check and respond to emails, voicemails and texts during the day from Monday to Friday.