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Welcome to our CBT, Psychotherapy & Counselling Center in Tallaght, Dublin and Wellington Bridge, Co. Wexford

If you are looking for Counselling, Psychotherapy or CBT,  you have come to the right place.

At our practice, we understand that life’s challenges can weigh heavily on your mind, heart, and spirit. Our therapists offers a safe and non-judgmental space where you can openly explore your thoughts, emotions, and experiences.

Whether you’re grappling with anxiety, navigating relationships, facing trauma, or simply seeking self-improvement, our therapeutic journey together will empower you to build resilience and develop effective coping strategies. Our evidence-based approaches are tailored to your unique needs, helping you find clarity, balance, and a renewed sense of purpose.

We have two counselling centres, one based in Tallaght and our second one in Wellington Bridge, Co. Wexford. We offer  an inclusive and diverse space where people from all backgrounds feel valued and respected. We strive to create a comfortable and understanding atmosphere for everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.

At our practice, all of our therapists hold a minimum of QQI level 8 training from respected colleges, with many also holding Master’s degrees. They are accredited by either the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) and/or are members of the Irish Psychological Society.

Our confidentiality, safety, and support for our clients are what sets us apart. We aim to not only help clients overcome their current problems but also equip them with the necessary skills to face future challenges.

To ensure the highest professional standard, our therapists are Garda vetted, insured, have regular continued professional development training, including suicide prevention training, and attend regular clinical supervision.

Join us and feel confident knowing you have access to a team of well-trained, caring professionals here to support you.



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Effective counselling & Psychotherapy for overcoming life’s challenges

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.

The Journal, Back-to-school anxiety is real for many pupils this week – here’s how you can help, Susi Lodola
A Lust for Life, Overcoming the effects of “social distancing” and “self isolation”, Susi Lodola
Social media’s ‘good food’ trap: ‘Being healthy is good. A fixation with being healthy is not’, Geraldine Walsh

Counselling & Mental Health Articles

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