Bereavement Counselling in Dublin

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Anatta
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
I work with Clients suffering with Anxiety, depression, loss , trauma, addictive behaviours. I also work with Clients who may feel stuck in a certain area of life and need support with motivation and goal setting.
(01) 267 6619 
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Dublin, County Dublin D09
Offers online therapy
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Garrett Redmond
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
FACE TO FACE AVAILABLE. I am an Integrative psychotherapist that works with varied presenting issues with expertise in addiction, grief bereavement and loss . Whilst working from an integrative approach I collaborate with the client to get an approach that fits and will be beneficial in achieving goals.
085 736 3203 
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Dublin, County Dublin D03
Offers online therapy
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Daisy Oaitse Horan
Psychotherapist, MBACP
Verified
I help people who are both women and male adults (18yoa & over) who are experiencing difficulties in their lives such as anxiety, low mood/depression, bereavement & loss etc.
Offering online & telephone counselling. Are you are going through a difficult time at the moment? Do you need to talk with someone? Depending on the reasons you have sought counselling, I will work with you to prioritise where the focus of the work will be. I truly admire those who make the difficult and courageous step to seek help. I offer a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space where, together, we can explore the issues that have led you to this point in your life.
(01) 267 6552 x53 
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Dublin, County Dublin D15
Offers online therapy
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Samantha Judge
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
I work with but not limited to: anxiety, depression, stress, anger problems, sexuality issues, panic attacks, low self-esteem, grief , loss and relationship issues.
Welcome , my name is Samantha Judge . I have an honours degree in integrative psychotherapy and counselling, a diploma in applied social science and certificates in behavioural analysis and suicide intervention. I offer an integrative therapy and counselling service located on the Howth road Raheny with off street parking and operating under strict HSE Covid 19 recommendations . I offer the highest in standard personal therapy with tailored multidisciplinary approaches for all my clients. We are all very different and unique. Individual non judgemental and genuine client care is always at the heart of my service .
(01) 267 6675 x31 
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Dublin, County Dublin D05
Offers online therapy
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Leonie Gallagher
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
Leonie's aim is to offer a healing space, providing support for reflection and discovery. Assisting with finding the way forward, and with finding the tools that can help you move out of a place without light, into a place where colour is brought back into your life. Leonie is a qualified psychotherapist and offers assistance with the following: Loss and Bereavement Anxiety and Depression Anger Management Stress Management Self-Esteem and Confidence Relationship Issues Abuse (emotional, physical, verbal and sexual) Work and Career issues Guided Meditation ​Dance Therapy (6-Week Dance For Life Courses, perfect for non-dancers).
(01) 267 6552 x74 
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Dublin, County Dublin A96
Offers online therapy
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Andrei Tcaciuc
Psychotherapist, MSc, APPI
Verified
I use a psychoanalytical approach to help people explore how the unconscious mind affects current relationships and patterns of thought, emotion and behavior, especially in the context of continually experiencing loss and traumatic events.
I am helping people to become aware of the underlying sources of their difficulties, intellectually and emotionally. This enables my clients to develop coping skills that allow them to deal with the realities of their life situation. I provide a confidential and safe space which creates the opportunity for people speak without the fear of being judged in order to help them to understand the experiences that have shaped their lives and are affecting their ability to deal with current difficulties. The purpose of this insight is to help them to bring about major change on their whole life perspective.
(01) 568 2872 x59 
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Dublin, County Dublin D03
Offers online therapy
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Breda Cahill
Psychotherapist, MIACP
by offering a no judgmental and confidential space for the client we can explore in a safe space presenting issues. Anxiety,panic attacks , depression, Bereavement etc. i walk alongside the client on their Journey, while we look at the thoughts in their head, that can not make sense of.
(01) 568 2872 x34 
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Dublin, County Dublin D05
Offers online therapy
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Liam O Dwyer
Psychotherapist, MSc, Pre-Accredited Member IACP
Verified
I qualified in 2012 and since then I have trained in CBT, emotion therapy, addictive behaviours, and grief and loss .
Wherever you are. However you are. You are welcome. Yes, sometimes we just can’t do it on our own and we need help. Therapy is one way to resource yourself to meet some of life’s challenges. Crippling anxiety, overwhelming grief , black depression are sources of deep pain and dark suffering. They can also be as a consequence of early traumatic experiences or negative beliefs we hold about ourselves. To accept where you are is the first step in healing yourself. Hi, I’m Liam and I create a safe place for you to explore your world, where I meet you with compassion and non-judgement in a confidential setting.
087 220 7364 
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Dublin, County Dublin D02
Offers online therapy
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Chiara Antolovi
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
Abuse, trauma, abandonment, anxiety, stress, depression, low self esteem/confidence, bereavement , body issues, addictions, bullying, career stress, cultural difficulties, dementia within the family, emotional abuse, family/work issues, fertility, LGBTQ, self harm, separation, sexuality, social anxiety disorder, relationship issues, couple counselling.
Chiara Antolovi MIACP holds a BA Hons degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy from Dublin Business School, which consisted of 4 years of training. A fully qualified and accredited therapist, Chiara works within the code of ethics and practice as set out by the IACP. Chiara works with individuals and couples. Chiara is also very active helping clients facing distress in the workplace and is an active part of the Health Assured Employee Assistance Program (EAP) team. This is time limited, solution focused work. Chiara also has experience helping clients through new methods of counselling like the use of Skype video sessions.
(01) 267 6622 x58 
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Dublin, County Dublin D06
Offers online therapy
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Breda Farrell
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
Breda offers a safe space for one-to-one counselling and psychotherapy for adults. Working from a humanistic, person centred, integrative model, Breda aims to provide the supportive environment which can facilitate change for her clients. She offers counselling and psychotherapy for issues including but not limited to: loss and bereavement , depression, anxiety, gender issues, sexual identity, self-esteem and self-expression, women’s health and well-being. Breda is a qualified Psychotherapist and fully accredited member of IACP, holding a first class honours degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
(01) 267 6536 x54 
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Dublin, County Dublin D02
Offers online therapy
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Conn Fitzgibbon
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
I am trained in many approaches from CBT, Trauma-work, Bereavement , Psychodynamic Analysis to name a few.
Sometimes in life you need a place to explore the difficulties that arise. Either behaviours, feelings or emotions. At times you need to be listened to confidentially and without judgement. What troubles our minds can have such a negative impact on the quality of our lives. Psychological troubles come in many forms, relational both to oneself and to others, grief and loss , behavioural problems from anxiety or depression and rage or sometimes it's hard to tell exactly what it is, only a sense that things are not right. The first brave step to take is to share that difficulty.
(01) 267 6641 x11 
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Dublin, County Dublin D02
Offers online therapy
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Laura McClean
Counsellor, Pre-Accredited Member IACP
Verified
I have dealt with various issues such as anxiety, depression (including post natal), life transitions, coercive relationships and also grief and loss .
Hi, I am very much a Person-Centred / Humanistic Counsellor who allows the client to explore their issues and find their own way forward. I believe that sometimes we just need to stop and breath and allow ourselves the space to explore what’s next for us. I understand that counselling is not a 'one size fits all' process so I work on an integrated basis with the client to explore the therapies that will work for them. I have a special interest in bereavement as I have been working with clients who have lost loved ones during the Covid-19 pandemic. My own history of loss has helped me a great deal in this area.
(01) 267 6692 x95 
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Dublin, County Dublin D11
Offers online therapy
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Maria Postolache
Psychotherapist, APCP
Verified
Some reasons you might look for counselling may be:● Depression ● Anxiety ● Panic Attacks ● Struggling with Relationships ● Confidence and Self Esteem ● Bereavement .
I implement effective psychotherapy methods to instill self-understanding among clients and encourage them to adopt new attitudes and feelings towards life situations. It is essential to keep in mind that therapy is not a magic pill or a quick fix: therapy is a healing process that necessitates participation and investment from the client and counselor alike. But in the end, making small changes to self-defeating behavior and coping with feelings of sadness, fear, and pain can bring life-altering results. Our therapy sessions can either be in English or in Romanian.
087 388 1287 
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Dublin, County Dublin D07
Offers online therapy
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Siobhan Bardon
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
Are you feeling stressed or anxious, sad or depressed ? Have you suffered loss or bereavement ? Do you want to make sense of a challenging issue and abolish your self-critic and enhance your self-esteem ? Siobhan has worked with a varied range of people and presenting issues and she focuses on creating a supportive relationship for positive and constructive therapy. Drawing from a variety of theories, Siobhan integrates them to work in a way that suits each clients needs.
087 740 7014 
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Dublin, County Dublin D18
Offers online therapy
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Ciarán Everitt
Psychotherapist, Pre-Accredited Member IACP
Verified
I offer individual counselling and psychotherapy with clients wishing to explore a wide range of issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship issues, anger issues, self-esteem, meaning in life, bereavement , personal development, childhood trauma, suicide intervention.
(01) 267 6641 x34 
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Dublin, County Dublin D01
Offers online therapy
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Lisa Marie Gallagher
Psychotherapist, MA, MIACP
Verified
Grief is love looking for a home.
My name is Lisa Gallagher. I am a qualified counsellor and psychotherapist practising online and also face-to-face in Dublin 4. I am passionate about the well-being of others and have always believed in the resilience of the human spirit. I trust in everyone’s potential to create a balance of autonomy and interconnection in order to contend with life’s challenges. I have worked with many people experiencing depression, grief and trauma, which have become areas of special interest to me. I feel honoured to sit with people in these intense emotional experiences and to help them feel less alone and overwhelmed by their pain.
(01) 267 6675 x33 
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Dublin, County Dublin D04
Offers online therapy
Caroline Quinn Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychotherapist, MIAHIP
Verified
A safe space were individuals are encouraged to speak without censorship or judgement about their concerns in relation to Relationship issues, Sexuality, Anxiety, Depression, Personal identity, Bereavement , Addiction, fear, loss , self esteem, Trauma or every day issues.
Hello. my name is Caroline Quinn, I am a psychotherapist and supervisor. My practice is based online only at this time. I provide both short and long term counselling and psychotherapy for adults and adolescents. I help individuals who are struggling to overcome a broad range of issues such as depression, anxiety, addiction, sexuality, abuse, bereavement and relationship issues. I have over 25 years experience working with families and individuals promoting overall well being through counselling /psychotherapy and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy. My approach is creative and relational, humanistic and integrative.
(01) 267 6587 
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Dublin, County Dublin D13
Offers online therapy
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Paula Gallagher
Psychotherapist, MA, ICP
Verified
I work with both adults and adolescents and provide a type of listening that is singular to each person (not a one answer fits all model). By attending therapy you release yourself of burdens and concerns and ongoing symptoms and find new ways of looking at life. The work I facilitate provides an insight and outlook that is focused towards helping each person find more understanding of themselves and what they want for themselves. My experience includes people with different psychiatric diagnosis, people experiencing grief , loss , addiction, ruminating and obsessive thoughts, pre and post natal depression and eating disorders.
(01) 267 6536 x57 
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Dublin, County Dublin D06
Not accepting new clients
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Madeleine Grant
Psychotherapist, Pre-Accredited Member IACP
Verified
I specialise in the area of grief and loss following a bereavement , illness, surgery, any major life event.
I am an Accredited Play & Creative Arts Therapist & Environmental Art Therapist with additional Sand, Art and Bereavement training. I work with both adults and children on a one-to-one basis. I work therapeutically from a Rogerian, Jungian and Existential perspective. I believe that each person has the tools within themselves to heal. I incorporate a wide range of Creative Arts and Nature in my work with clients.
(01) 568 2872 x44 
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Dublin, County Dublin D14
Offers online therapy
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Lucy Greene
Psychotherapist, Pre-Accredited Member IACP
Verified
I work with aspects of your mental health affected on becoming a mother or father eg.., anxiety, depression, Infertility, pregnancy loss , artificial reproductive technology, pre-natal crisis pregnancy, child bereavement , parenting styles, relationships, separation,domestic violence, and how adverse childhood experiences and trauma are affecting your experience of parenthood. I have a special interest in Peri-Natal Mental Health and am currently undertaking practice-based research in this field. This includes understanding issues arising for mothers and fathers from the time of conception up until the child is 5 years old.
(01) 267 6675 x49 
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Dublin, County Dublin D04
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Bereavement Counsellors
Grief and Bereavement is the acute pain that accompanies loss. Because it is a reflection of what we love, it can feel all-encompassing. Grief is not limited to the loss of people, but when it follows the loss of a loved one, it may be compounded by feelings of guilt and confusion, especially if the relationship was a difficult one.

If you're looking for a Dublin bereavement counsellor, these professionals provide grief therapy and counselling in Dublin.