Online Stress 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

John Castleford

Registered Psychotherapist, MA, mARCHTI, FRAI
Anxiety, Stress and Worry affects us all. We evolved to deal with stressful threats every now and again. We are not evolved to deal with the sheer uniquely and prevalence of stressful situations that pervade our homes, communities and workplaces. Worry about the past and keeping the pain of the past in the present is widespread. Anxiety about the future invariably involves perceptions about what we imagine may happen, but which the mind has difficulty differentiating between what is real and what our imagination has created. Fortunately there is a profusion of strategies for minimising stress and the effects of worry and anxiety, and my approaches involve building self-esteem up to previous levels, mindful mediation to enable you to take a step back from worrisome thoughts, rather than become subsumed by them, and helping you reorient locus of control so you are more in control of yourself, rather than delegating responsibility to external influences.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in Dublin, Ireland
In-Person in Birmingham, ENG
Online in Ireland, United Kingdom
Bognor Regis, England therapist: Fiona Grace, counselor/therapist

Fiona Grace

Counselor/Therapist, AdvDipCounselling &Pyschotherapy MBACP
Bognor Regis, Bristol, London, West Sussex Stress we live in a world where stress seems to be inevitable . I work to help bring down the over whelming feelings that you can get with stress, breathing techniques, changes in routine and behaviours to find out the cause and how to manage this better  
18 Years Experience
Christchurch, England therapist: Saffron Marriner, counselor/therapist

Saffron Marriner

Counselor/Therapist, MBACP (Accred)
I work with the client to understand their situation and the drivers behind the stress. I encourage them to implement self care and boundaries.  
20 Years Experience
Dublin, County Dublin therapist: Mind and Body Works, counselor/therapist

Mind and Body Works

Counselor/Therapist, MIACP, MIAHIP, MPSI, COSRT,
We have a number of therapists who work with stress.  
23 Years Experience
In-Person in Dublin, Ireland
In-Person in Donnybrook, Ireland
Online in Ireland
London, England therapist: Alison Edwards Therapy, Coaching & Supervision, psychologist

Alison Edwards Therapy, Coaching & Supervision

Psychologist, CBT Therapist, FMBPsS, MA (Hons), MSc, CertCouns, MSc
I provide Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for stress/ burnout, and for clients who feel overwhelmed with life events and long-term stresses or anxiety. Many clients are actually experiencing mild depression. CBT is the recommended psychological therapy for general anxiety, depression, panic attacks, agoraphobia, social anxiety/ social phobia, and Generalised Anxiety Disorder*. I can also provide CBT for traumas and PTSD. During my professional qualification I chose to specialise in panic attacks and agoraphobia for my research and dissertation. *GAD also known as chronic neurosis is excessive and persistent worrying about several areas of your life, worry that is out of proportion with the situation and interfering with day-to-day life, a feeling of not being able to control worrying, and difficulties around overthinking and planning for potential problems that have not occurred.  
16 Years Experience
Online in Ireland, United Kingdom
Carlow, County Carlow therapist: Clive Rooney CLIVECARE, registered psychotherapist

Clive Rooney CLIVECARE

Registered Psychotherapist, BA (HONS) Psych, H Dip Psychsis, Bsc Counselling & Psychotherapy, MA Cognitive Behavioural therapy
In reality would you believe that there is actually no such thing as stress! It doesn't exist! Stress is how we react to situations. ;earn how stress is different from worry and anxiety and how to respond in different more healthy way to the concept of stress.  
10 Years Experience
In-Person in Carlow, Ireland
Online in Ireland
Lancing, England therapist: Jerry Ramsden, counselor/therapist

Jerry Ramsden

Counselor/Therapist, (Dip.Couns)
Experienced and knowledgeable in working with stress, anxiety, and panic disorders.  
20 Years Experience
 therapist: Debbie Debonaire, counselor/therapist

Debbie Debonaire

Counselor/Therapist, BA Hons, IMTTA, Heartmath Coach
Stress management, a specialised area within mental health, focuses on equipping individuals with strategies to cope with and reduce the impact of stress on their lives. This therapeutic approach is essential for those experiencing overwhelming stressors, whether related to work, relationships, or personal challenges. I inspire people to face their stress to alleviate its power and control over them by giving them a better understanding of the triggers and what they are in control of to make the necessary changes to live a more stress-free life using a variety of techniques including, relaxation training, mindfulness, meditation, breathwork and time management skills to help clients develop resilience, improve coping mechanisms, and regain a sense of balance and control. Empowering individuals to navigate life's pressures more effectively leads to enhanced well-being and overall quality of life.  
8 Years Experience
London, England therapist: Aleksandra Pamphlett - Cert. Coach & Psychologist, life coach

Aleksandra Pamphlett - Cert. Coach & Psychologist

Life Coach, MAC, MSc, BSc Hons,
In the hustle of everyday life, stress can take a toll on your well-being. I'm here to help you regain balance and navigate life's challenges with resilience. Together, we'll explore personalized strategies to identify stressors, build coping mechanisms, and foster a mindset that promotes a healthier lifestyle. Whether you're juggling work pressures, personal responsibilities, or facing major life transitions, our collaborative journey is tailored to empower you.  
10 Years Experience

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