Welcome to our CBT & Psychotherapy Center

Our Services

Effective treatments for overcoming life’s challenges

Why Choose Us?

All our therapists are trained in respected Colleges to a minimum of QQI level 8 and many also have master’s degrees. All therapists are accredited with the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) and/or members of the Irish Psychological Society.

They have many years of experience working with adults, couples, and teens in the HSE, private practice and charitable sectors in Ireland.

We provide a confidential, safe and supportive environment for our clients to help them deal with existing problems but also equip them with skills to deal with challenging situations in the future.

To ensure the highest professional standard, all therapists are Garda vetted, insured, attend regular continued professional development training and have undergone suicide prevention training. All therapists attend regular clinical supervision to ensure the highest standard of care is provided.

Get to know our therapists

Accredited professional therapists you can trust

Clinical Director

Susi Lodola

Psychotherapist

Peter Kearns

Psychotherapist

Rhona Reilly

Psychotherapist

Roisin Quinn

Psychotherapist

Emma McCormack

Psychotherapist

Danny McNeive

Psychotherapist

Orlagh McCormack

Psychotherapist

Isobel Nolan

Psychotherapist

Seónadh McCarthy

Psychotherapist

Alice Houldsworth

Child & Teen Therapist

Derval McCarty

Psychotherapist

Rosemary Fitzpatrick

Latest News

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does my first counselling session look like?

In this video, I talk about what you can expect in your first counselling session.

How do I know if I have depression?

Signs to look out for that might indicate that you have depression.

What is CBT – Cognitive Behaviour Therapy?

A short explanation of how CBT can help you make lasting changes to your life.

Are Psychotherapy sessions confidential?
Psychotherapy sessions are confidential, however, like most things, there are exceptions to the rule.
How do I go about finding a Psychotherapist?

It can be very confusing to find help when you are experiencing emotional difficulties. In this video, I explain how you can find a Psychotherapist.

Do I need a referral to see a Psychotherapist?

It can be very confusing to find help when you are experiencing emotional difficulties. In this video, I explain how you can find a Psychotherapist.

How Many Sessions of therapy will I need?

A short explanation about the length of therapy necessary to be effective in helping you work through your specific issues.

Do I have to take medication?

It can be confusing and a bit scary when thinking about taking medication, in this video I explain if and when medication might be necessary.

In the Media

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Speaking on Ireland AM about dealing with “fussy eaters”

It can be frustrating for parents and care givers when a child doesn’t eat or avoids some food groups altogether. You can read some more on the topic in one of my blog posts.

Tips for fussy eaters

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Speaking on Ireland AM about Post Natal Depression

Post Natal Depression often goes diagnosed. Speaking about the topic will help raise awareness and will help to normalise it and help to remove any stigma associated with it. Many new Mums or Dads may feel guilty about feeling low after a Baby is born and therefore do not speak up and seek help. Counselling is very effective in helping people overcome PND and the sooner it is addressed the better the outcome.

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