How would It feel to manage anxiety before it has a chance to take over?
Imagine taking that first step to a more fulfilling & happier life.
I am a qualified counsellor working in the Limerick/Clare/Tipperary area
I graduated from The Irish College of Humanities & Applied Science (I.C.H.A.S) where I completed a BA in Counselling & Psychometric Testing.
I am an accredited member of Association of professional counsellors & psychotherapists (APCP)
I continue to study and attend professional workshops which enhances my growth and learning.I abide by the code of ethics as laid out by the Association of Professional Counsellors & Psychotherapists (APCP)
Counselling is a very personal process. I use an integrative approach which is tailored to meet each client's needs. These methodologies include C.B.T. R.E.B.T. Person-Centred Therapy and Humanistic Therapy. Together we explore thoughts feelings and behaviour and find positive outcomes to difficult situations. I equip my clients with tools to enable them to deal with difficult issues, to develop coping and problem- solving skills and also to accept & look at these issues in a new and less frightening way.
Exploring issues allow for :
Deepening an understanding of yourself
Developing greater self-awareness
Living with greater ease
Unpicking old negative patterns and behaviours
Empowering you to make new and more creative choices
Together we work with enhancing well-being & promoting awareness & growth
I have worked as a facilitator and counsellor with a non-profit organisation “Familes” Families and Men in Life experiencing separation for many years. It is a voluntary support group for all family members coping with the effect of relationship breakdown. It includes group, couples and individual counselling where appropriate. Feelings of anger, hurt, betrayal, depression, hopelessness etc are explored and coping strategies developed. This allows for acceptance of situations which affect both the present & the future.
“Nothing happens until the pain of remaining the same outweighs the pain of change"