Chloe Renault

Centre for Therapy

Are you struggling with a bereavement or loss?
Do you struggle with low self-esteem or low self-confidence?
Do you feel like you need someone to talk to?

Kelly Watkins

Kelly Watkins - Therapist

I aim to equip individuals with a greater understanding of themselves and the necessary skills to overcome past difficulties and current challenges

Katriona O’Connor

Centre for Therapy

Katriona was warm, understanding and had great insight into why I was feeling the way I was. I felt so comfortable from the get-go we built a strong level of trust, and that has let me open up in ways I previously haven’t wanted to

Olga Gelfman

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Does life feel like it’s getting on top of you?

Could you benefit from a place to take some time out?

… to explore your thoughts and feelings

… to get back on a front foot again

Mary Cahir

Mary Cahir Therapist, Counsellor and Life Coach

If your life is not going how you would like it to be and you are not sure how to make it better or what to do, this is a good enough reason to see a therapist

Amy Walshe

Centre for Therapy

Coming to counselling can be a scary (and brave) step to take.

It involves opening up to a complete stranger about things you may have kept inside for many years

Christina Marsden

Christina Marsden - Therapist

I have over 20 years experience in counselling working with individuals, couples and groups

Tina Heeley

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Supporting your journey towards wholeness, wellbeing & meaningful change

Alicja Ligeza

Alicja Szalinska Counselling Lisbon

As a person centred Brainspotting practitioner, I blend talking and creative counselling with an innovative fixed eye position brain-based therapy. This unique therapeutic approach is a powerful tool for exploring and addressing clients’ problems.

Debbie Espie

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I believe in the power of counselling, psychotherapy, and coaching to help individuals overcome their challenges and reach their full potential