Online Emotional Abuse Therapy therapists in Ireland

Below is a list of therapists offering online sessions in Ireland

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Dublin, County Dublin therapist: John Castleford, registered psychotherapist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

John Castleford

Registered Psychotherapist, MA, mARCHTI, FRAI
Bullying in the Workplace/Community is what got me started as a therapist, helping those in teaching and the health service who were being bullied out of a job by inscrutable bosses eager to edge out established staff in favour of cheaper employees straight out of college. I learned that it's not easy to do much about bullying in institutions--particularly when it's done with a fake smile, behind closed doors. Instead, it's much more straightforward to help individuals develop resilience and coping strategies founded on strengthened mind sets. I was a senior caseworker for a professional teaching association and saw numerous examples of bullying and emotional abuse, but was also instrumental in providing help and support for targets of abuse by workplace colleagues. Those who live in countries such as UK, Europe and Australia benefit from legislation that governs workplace relations; but not everyone will have the benefit of protective laws --eg USA where such laws are less powerful or nonexistent. But irrespective, laws that proscribe bullying in the workplace can be a blessing and a curse. I can also help and support those in toxic relationships, who suppress their own quality of life because of external demands that keep them trapped. And when a person suffers from gaslightling (see the 1948 movie 'Gaslight' with Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman to see this in action), is there any wonder confidence erodes to the point where you feel unable to escape and take a scary step into the big, scary unknown can leave you locked into an insufferable situation?  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in Dublin, Ireland
In-Person in Birmingham, ENG
Online in Ireland, United Kingdom
Christchurch, England therapist: Saffron Marriner, counselor/therapist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Saffron Marriner

Counselor/Therapist, MBACP (Accred)
I work with emotional abuse in a similar way to other types of abuse, working towards building self esteem and identifying and managing any triggers. Encouraging healthy boundaries, self care and building a safe support network. f this is narcissistic abuse I may provide further psycho education around this as well as directing the client to online resources and supportive, empowering literature.  
20 Years Experience
Dublin, County Dublin therapist: Mind and Body Works, counselor/therapist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Mind and Body Works

Counselor/Therapist, MIACP, MIAHIP, MPSI, COSRT,
We have a number of therapists who work with emotional abuse.  
23 Years Experience
In-Person in Dublin, Ireland
In-Person in Donnybrook, Ireland
Online in Ireland
Lancing, England therapist: Jerry Ramsden, counselor/therapist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Jerry Ramsden

Counselor/Therapist, (Dip.Couns)
Experienced and knowledgeable in working with clients experiencing trauma due to emotional abuse.  
20 Years Experience
 therapist: Debbie Debonaire, counselor/therapist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Debbie Debonaire

Counselor/Therapist, BA Hons, IMTTA, Heartmath Coach
Emotional abuse therapy, known as Emotional Abuse Counseling, is a specialized field dedicated to helping individuals recover from the deep and often invisible scars left by psychological maltreatment. This therapeutic approach is essential for those who have experienced manipulation, belittlement, and control, often leading to diminished self-esteem and pervasive feelings of worthlessness. In being a trauma-informed therapist, I use techniques such as Heartmath Principles that support individuals in building and strengthening resilience, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), meditation and other mindfulness practices to help clients recognize abusive patterns, rebuild self-confidence, and develop healthy emotional responses and supporting survivors in reclaiming their sense of self and fostering long-term emotional resilience.  
8 Years Experience

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