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Counselling Care Dublin is a confidential, safe and accessible service for individuals and couples looking for support in overcoming problems and issues. Using a "solution-focused" approach, the aim of this service is to help clients to help themselves and achieve their goals in a reasonable timeframe. If you feel this service would be beneficial to you, please feel free to explore this site and contact us if you require any further information.
What is Counselling?
It is an opportunity to work with a skilled helper who can support you:
- explore issues or problems that might be causing you difficulties in work, or relationships with family, friends and significant others;
- gain a better understanding of yourself and your interactions with others;
- consider your options and make informed choices;
- make positive changes;
- find better ways of dealing with difficult issues or stressful situations.
Often, by having time and space to talk about concerns and issues in a caring and supportive environment, you can begin to gain an awareness and clarity that can help you move forward.
Although it may not feel like it sometimes, you are the expert in your own life. A Counsellor is a facilitator, helping you to explore your own past and present, and supporting you in making the choices necessary for positive change and growth in these areas below, and other issues you may be struggling with right now.
We provide support at both our South Dublin and Douglas, Cork Counselling practices for all of the following issues:
Addiction Relationship Issues Childhood Abuse
Lack of Self esteem Eating Disorders Bereavement
Trauma and PTSD Risky Behaviours Depression
Job Related Issues Stress & Anxiety Family Issues
We often hear the use of the word 'baggage' but what does that really mean? In the context of counselling, it means looking at messages or 'scripts' that we carry with us from early childhood. However, what we learned as a child may not always be appropriate or relevant to our lives as an adult.
Behaviours and beliefs that were ok in our childhood family, may not be working so well for us now, with friends, colleagues, or our 'new' families. Or perhaps you did not have the chance to experience a proper family at all as a child, and this too will have an impact on how you live your life as an adult.
Whether you want to look at what doesn't work any more, or move on from a negative childhood experience and try to improve your life now, discovering more positive ways of being in ourselves and with others can bring about great change and improvement to our day to day experiences and relationships. All it takes is the courage and motivation to want to change.
Change is ALWAYS possible. If you decide you are ready to change, call
87 9111390 to arrange an appointment, or simply send an email first, with no obligation.
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