Low Cost Counselling

Counselling & Psychotherapy can be affordable

I specialise in lowcost counseling in Dublin and surrounding areas. If you require I can provide various pathways which assist in making it possible to afford the fees.

How do I acquire affordable counselling?

We are committed to giving people every opportunity to live a full and happy life. We offer high quality free or low cost counselling services for individuals and families.
I provide a range of services including problem gambling counselling, legal services, financial counselling, financial literacy programs, psychological services and other supporting services to consumers and people affected by addictions and mental health issues. I provide professional services to help improve mental health within the community and provide the resources to keep minds well.
Most psychotherapy focuses on problem solving and is goal-oriented. This means at the onset of treatment, you and I decide upon which specific changes you would like to make in your life. These goals will often be broken down into smaller attainable objectives and put into a formal treatment plan. Most psychotherapists today work on and focus on helping you to achieve those goals. This is done simply through talking and discussing techniques that the therapist can suggest that may help you better navigate those difficult areas within your life. Often psychotherapy will help teach people about their disorder, too, and suggest additional coping mechanisms that the person may find more effective.

Most psychotherapy is short-term and lasts less than a year. Most common mental disorders can often be successfully treated in this time frame, often with a combination of psychotherapy and medications.

Psychotherapy is most successful when the individual enters therapy on their own and has a strong desire to change. If you don’t want to change, change will be slow in coming. Change means altering those aspects of your life that aren’t working for you any longer, or are contributing to your problems or ongoing issues.