The benefits of online counselling
Category: How to find affordable therapy
Irish Organisations andHelplines
A list of helplines and contact details for Irish organisations via http://www.mentalhealthireland.ie Aware HELPLINE PHONE: 1890 303302 Supports those who are directly affected by depression. Aware operates a helpline from 10am to 10pm Monday to Wednesday and 10am to 1am Thursday to Sunday. The Aware Helpline is a non directive listening service for people…
Skype Therapy – Can it work?
While mostly working in 50 minute face-to-face sessions, I also offer therapy sessions over Skype. This is generally for clients who are unable to meet in person, or for existing clients who are travelling but wish to continue with therapeutic work. While face-to-face sessions are the ideal, psychotherapy is all about the spoken word and…
Finding a Counsellor you can afford
While it can be considered to be one of the best investments of your life, seeing a therapist can also seem like a luxury you just can’t afford. However, there are many options for affordable counselling. Here I’ll outline the general rates for therapy, and what you are paying for. As with all professions, the…
5 Signs that it may be time to seek Therapy
Here’s a nice link by Psych Central which names 5 signs that you might be ready for therapy.
How to Choose a Therapist
Get recommendations from friends, relatives, your family doctor, whoever you feel comfortable talking to. If it’s not something you want to share, google is your friend. See my post about making sure your therapist is accredited, and then google that association. They often have a list of practitioners on their website.