FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW LONG ARE COUNSELLING SESSIONS?

A counselling session takes an hour (50 min).

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

60€ per session ( discount available based on financial circumstances)

WHAT PAYMENT OPTIONS DO YOU HAVE?

Payment methods available: Cash, Paypal, Postal money order, Bitcoin, Bank transfer.

WHERE ARE YOU BASED?

I work in Clonard House, Market Square Navan,  Meath, Ireland C15 VP73

WHO DO YOU WORK WITH?

I work with individuals (one to one) across a wide range of backgrounds and presenting problems.

WHAT PROFESSIONAL BODY ARE YOU AFFILIATED WITH?

I am a fully qualified and insured member of IACP (Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).

HOW DO I MAKE AN APPOINTMENT?

Call me on 0857677412. If I don’t answer the phone, please leave a voicemail and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO ATTEND THERAPY?

It is recommended to attend counselling once a week, but if you are going through very difficult time I could see you more often for initial few weeks. However, if you find yourself feeling better you can attend therapy once in a fortnight or a month.

HOW LONG DOES THERAPY LAST?

Unfortunately, there is no easy answer to this. Some clients attend therapy long term if they are dealing with multiple problems. The others attend few sessions to address a specific issue. However, it is recommended to attend six sessions to give yourself an opportunity to see if therapy works for you. Nevertheless, it is entirely up to you to decide how many sessions you want to attend.

WHAT IS YOUR APPROACH TO COUNSELLING?

My approach to counselling is integrative, which means I integrate different models of therapy depending on client’s needs and preferences.

WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE YOUR SERVICE?

Unlike many other therapists, I don’t take only one approach to counselling. I integrate a wide range of therapeutic approaches to suit my client’s needs. Every problem has few different ways of finding resolution. If one approach does not work for you, we can try something else.