Psychotherapy and Counselling
At times in our lives we can feel over-whelmed, that we can’t cope, when depression and anxiety take over. At such times we can end up feeling stuck, finding it difficult to move forward, not knowing what to do next. Old patterns of behaviour and coping strategies, which were once effective, may now operate as a stumbling block in our lives.
Counselling and psychotherapy can be of enormous benefit in helping us meet these challenges and to bring greater balance back into our lives. As well as helping us to manage our particular problems, psychotherapy can also support our personal growth and expand self-acceptance, creating a life with more ease and happiness.
- Anxiety, Fear or Panic
- Sadness, depression, emptiness or Loneliness
- Family and relationship difficulties or issues
- Lack of confidence, low self-esteem and issues around self-worth
- Bereavement, Loss and Separation
- Coping with Illness
- Abuse- sexual, physical, emotional, bullying
- Addiction, Eating Disorders, Self Harm, Suicidal Feelings
- Purpose, Identity and Belonging
- Sex, Sexuality, Intimacy
- Life Transitions and Change
- Work related issues and stress
- Personal Development, Spiritual/Existential issues
These are some of the situations that may bring you to therapy but if your issue is not listed above, or you have a sense that something is not right but are unsure as to what this is, then please contact Sinéad to discuss if making an appointment would be beneficial for you.
Contact details below.
Sinéad Carroll – Counsellor & Psychotherapist
BSc. Counselling & Psychotherapy, BSc. Phy, M.I.A.C.P
“I aim to create a safe and accepting space where you can explore all aspects of your emotional and psychological world to help you arrive at a deeper understanding and insight of yourself and your current problems. We can explore why old patterns of behaviour were created, enabling you to choose new ways of being. As we work together our relationship becomes a way of growing your awareness of how you might be relating to others and experiencing the world around you. From this place of insight we work collaboratively, accessing your inner resources and identifying the best way to bring about positive, meaningful change.”
Sinéad initially graduated as an integrative therapist with a BSC in Counselling and Psychotherapy from PCI College (validated by Middlesex University). Since graduating Sinéad has worked with many individuals who’s presenting issues include anxiety, depression, grief, life challenges and changes, addiction, low self-esteem as well as all kinds of emotional and behavioural difficulties. She has particular expertise in the areas of trauma, life transitions, attachment and loss. In addition to working in a private setting Sinéad has also worked for many years as an Addiction Counsellor in both a residential and community setting.
In recent years Sinéad has followed a growing interest in involving the body in Psychotherapy, completing further training and workshops in the areas of Somatics and Body Centred Therapy. This is in part due to Sinéad’s lifelong love and practice of dance and movement, through which she explored the connection of body and mind; what is experienced in the mind is experienced in the body and vice versa. The body always reveals our innermost life and truth and so the body can be used as an additional therapeutic resource within talk therapy.
Sinéad uses an integrative approach, which means she adopts her therapeutic style to the specific needs of the client. She uses movement and body awareness only if it is something that the client wishes to explore or is comfortable with.
Counselling & Psychotherapy Fees and Booking
Counselling & Psychotherapy Fees
50min Session – €75
Booking a Counselling & Psychotherapy session
Contact Sinéad Carroll, Mob: 0877519014