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Counselling & Psychotherapy - What is it? 
Counselling / psychotherapy takes place in a safe environment where both counsellor and client meet to discuss issues arising for the client in a confidential setting. Counselling / psychotherapy may be concerned with developmental issues, developing personal insight and knowledge, working through feelings of inner conflict or improving relationships with others.

The role of counselling / psychotherapy is to facilitate the client's work in ways which respect the client's values, personal resources and capacity for self-improvement. The aim of counselling / psychotherapy is to empower clients and encourage them to take control of their lives while facilitating the relief of present symptoms and developing and maintaining the clients' ability to cope in the future. This allows for a more satisfying and resourceful life. 
What Issues can Counselling / Psychotherapy help with?
  • Depression / low mood
  • Anxiety / stress / worry / panic attacks / OCD
  • Suicide ideation / self-harm
  • Bereavement
  • Trauma / bullying
  • Low self-esteem / lack of confidence
  • Childhood issues
  • Relationship / family difficulties
  • Sexuality / gender issues
  • Anger management 
 If you are experiencing difficulties in any of the aforementioned areas   and would like to explore them in a safe non-judgemental environment   please contact Nancy at her practice in Dungarvan. 
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