Psychodynamic Counselling in Dublin

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Dr. Sarah Thompson
PsychD
I draw on schema therapy, ACT, DBT and psychodynamic psychotherapy approaches.
Sometimes you might find yourself being really sensitive and feeling overwhelmed with emotions that are coming out of nowhere, often flying off the handle, or being tearful and upset. You might not be feeling yourself, like you are carrying a huge weight and you don’t know what it is or why. It might be that you feel really tense, and ‘on-edge’ and it’s difficult to relax. It can also be that you feel totally shut-off from others, detached and disconnected, feeling empty and numb. Life has lost its colour. Others constantly feel guilty, find it really hard to say no to others, and live in a constant state of never being good enough.
(01) 267 6641 x68 
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Dublin, County Dublin D22
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Dr. Su Naturé Baruah
Psychologist, DCounsPsych, MPSI
Verified
My work is informed by person centred therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy combined with emotion focussed interventions.
Counselling is a space where a person is encouraged to meet their own truth and relate this truth to another person within the human condition. A person is able to meet their true or real self in the presence of empathy, non-judgement and unconditional positive regard. I strive to provide these conditions to foster healing and promote well-being in all my clients in the therapeutic space I offer. A person who wants change in one or more aspects of their lives with a desire to reach their full potential is an individual who is on the road to personal and emotional growth and development.
 
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Dublin, County Dublin D01
Offers online therapy
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Online Psychologists
Psychologist, DCounsPsych, CPsychol PSI
Verified
he has been trained in a variety of different mediums including psychodynamic , cognitive behavioural therapy, emotion focused therapy and others.
Richard is a Counselling Psychologist and a Chartered member of the Psychological Society of Ireland. He works with people who have a deep desire to change the patterns within their relationships, either with themselves or with others. Richard has worked with clients from 4 to 94, in a variety of different setting, from primary care public health services, to the hospice service. He has worked with people with present with a number of different issues, from addiction to trauma, which are often interlinked.
(01) 568 2872 x55 
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Dublin, County Dublin D02
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Begona Nunez Sanchez
Psychologist, MPSI
Verified
In addition to psychodynamic psychotherapy I am offering SHORT-TERM PSYCHOTHERAPY to treat ANXIETY and mood issues.
Anxiety can limit our daily lives and become overwhelming. Let´s work together in a collaborative therapeutic process that will be aimed to overcome the obstacles that block you from living with serenity. I am a multilingual (Italian/English/Spanish) psychotherapist trained in CBT, DBT and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. I integrate these approaches in working with ADOLESCENTS and ADULTS, tailoring treatment to every individual’s needs. Everyone has personal strengths that are helpful to improve and live better. Let's uncover yours so that you can reach your own potential and create positive, sustainable change in your life.
(01) 568 2872 x32 
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Dublin, County Dublin D04
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Sladjana Radulovic
Psychologist, MSc, MPSI
Verified
I am a Psychologist with BA (Honours) Degree in Psychology and Masters of Science Degree in Applied Psychology (Mental Health and Psychological Therapies). I am registered with Psychological Society of Ireland and I am also registered with the Teaching Council in Ireland. I have more then 7 years of clinical experience and have worked with children, adolescents and adult clients. My therapeutic approaches are Cognitive Behaviour Therapies, Family/Systemic Psychotherapy and, Psychodynamic approach.
(01) 267 6536 x84 
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Dublin, County Dublin D18
Offers online therapy
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Wendy Santillan Ramirez
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
I apply models of Psychotherapy such as Humanistic, Psychodynamic and CBT, and I apply these varied approaches effectively to support clients understand their emotions, explore their difficulties, helping them become aware of the real cause of their issue so that afterwards they apply techniques that will help resolve the problem or conflict.
All people at some point in their lives go through very difficult experiences or situations that can affect their mental and physical health, that is why my role as a psychotherapist is to help people deal with any type of problem that they might present such as depression, stress/anxiety, panic attacks, loss and grief, relationship problems, divorce/separation, coping with physical Illness, burnout/fatigue, loneliness, trauma, etc. During the therapeutic process, you will receive support in a very safe, confidential and trustworthy environment. My approach is empathetic, non-judgemental and compassionate.
083 878 0597 
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Dublin, County Dublin D6W
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Marie Walshe
Psychotherapist, MA, APPI
Verified
I have trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, dialectical CBT, attachment based (mentalisation) therapy, systemic family therapy, trauma-focussed therapy and emotional-focussed couples therapy. I work with young people, individual adults and with couples. My focus is on offering the most appropriate therapy to the client.
(01) 568 2872 x38 
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Dublin, County Dublin D02
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Omobolaji Johnson-Oyetayo
Verified
cognitive therapy,person-centered and psychodynamic will be the modalities that I use.
I work with both male and female adult,helping them with anxiety issues, low self-esteem, suicidal thoughts and depression.
089 956 1852 
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Dublin, County Dublin D6W
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Fairview Therapy Center
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
Using the psychodynamic approach-exploring past events and understanding how these impact your life today is my central way of working. It allows clients to gain a deeper insight into the presenting issues. This promotes agency giving clients confidence to use their own resources to deal with life events.
(01) 267 6622 x32 
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Dublin, County Dublin D03
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Bernie McCormack Individual - Relationship Therapist
Psychotherapist, MSc, MIACP
Verified
I integrate aspects of Person-centred, and psychodynamic I work with individuals and couples.
Have you reached a turning point, do you feel like you are on an emotional rollercoaster right now? A variety of factors lead people to encounter extremely difficult periods in their lives, leaving them with overwhelming feelings of distress. Talking to a professional can help you to make sense of what is happening for you. As an Integrative Clinical Counsellor/Psychotherapist, I can explore these feelings with you in a sensitive and non-judgmental space. I have undertaken extensive research into self-criticism and the inner critic. I have a passion for developing and nurturing resilience to build self-esteem and confidence.
(01) 568 2872 x70 
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Dublin, County Dublin D12
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Pierpaolo Paparo
Psychotherapist, MA, IAHIP Assoc
Verified
I use a somatic-based psychodynamic approach focused on issues that my client is experiencing in their life now.
My interest in psychotherapy, spirituality and meditation began after the end of my marriage several years ago, which like many other types of losses, triggered a lot of suffering. ​Life transition, family and friends losses, the breakup of long-term relationships, stress, anxiety and depression are all part of human suffering. However, we have an innate capability, which we can strengthen, that allows us to navigate and, more importantly, learn from our most difficult life experiences.
(01) 267 6622 x34 
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Dublin, County Dublin D02
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Dr. Gary Lynch
Psychologist, DCounsPsych, MBPsS
Verified
Gary believes that everyone has a unique life experience, and therefore chooses the approach best suited to the individual and issue. The role of the Psychologist is to explore each client’s personal world and problems and give them tools to understand and better their lives. Gary’s principle orientation is existential, which mainly examines the choices, freedoms and limitations of a person’s life. He also works using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy where appropriate and has trained extensively in Psychodynamic practice. Gary has worked with adults and adolescents dealing with various therapeutic issues from depression to anger issues.
087 175 5790 
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Dublin, County Dublin D6W
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Akasha Counselling
Psychotherapist, MIACP
Verified
My orientation is Humanistic Psychodynamic meeting clients with a person centered approach.
Would you like to learn more about how you handle various issues and situations in your life. In therapy you may gain a sense of empowerment and learn to change your way of managing various stressors.
085 147 8182 
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Dublin, County Dublin D07
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Fay Psychotherapy
Psychotherapist, MSc, MIACP
Verified
Drawing on a range of complementary approaches, such as Person-centred, Psychodynamic , Systemic, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), I will work with you to reframe how you experience challenging areas of your life.
My expertise lies in helping you express, acknowledge and process your emotions – especially those rooted in anxiety, low self-esteem, stress, abuse or trauma – which can be confusing to articulate.
087 288 0610 
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Dublin, County Dublin D06
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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
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Agapi Kapeloni
Psychotherapist, MSc, MIACP
Verified
I am trained to conduct Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), Person-Centred, Psychodynamic , Systemic and Couples Therapies (including psychosexual) .
I work with people who have a variety of difficulties and varying degrees of distress, such as depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, addiction, and bereavement. I strive to offer a safe, supportive and understanding space for all my clients. I very much believe (and have seen in practice) that therapy is a helpful means for resolving current and/or past issues which may affect people and constrain their ability to lead a fully functional and satisfying life. I have a special interest in (i) psychotherapy for older adults, (ii) addiction and (iii) couples therapy.
087 207 9075 
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Dublin, County Dublin D14
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A Space To Be Therapy
Psychotherapist, MSc
Approaches drawn on include mindfulness/meditation, body awareness and psychodynamic theory.
www.aspacetobetherapy.ie - My name is Kim Elliott. I founded A Space To Be to provide clients with a safe and confidential space to be themselves and to further discover themselves. Working from a humanistic and person centred ethos means I believe that you, the client, are best able to pinpoint your own path forward. Life events and traumas however can cloud perception and disrupt the relationship held with the self. Issues such as low self esteem, anxiety and depression can arise. I work in a collaborative and empowering yet gentle way to accompany you on your journey of reconnection and healing.
083 089 7377 
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Dublin, County Dublin D01
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Declan Gernon
Counsellor, Pre-Accredited Member IACP
Verified
I work as integrative counsellor - drawing on the humanistic and psychodynamic traditions - providing you with support in exploring any difficulties you may be experiencing, increasing your self-awareness, and helping you gain a deeper understanding of yourself and your relationships with others. Whatever issue you bring, together we examine it in the context of your worldview, your values, and how you interpret the significance of your relationships and life events. This enables you to examine unresolved conflicts and symptoms that arise from past dysfunctional relationships, and begin to move beyond them.
(01) 267 6681 x74 
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Dublin, County Dublin D01
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Dr. Andrea Pousada-Fitzpatrick
Psychologist, PhD, CPsychol PSI
Verified
As a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist, Dr. Pousada uses a holistic approach to explore the reasons underlying symptoms helping you to understand the issues that you are experiencing. Therefore, she practices from an integrative approach with a special focus on psychodynamic psychotherapy in combination with other techniques. Her main goal is to assist you in exploring yourself, to find your strengths to enable you to overcome difficulties, developing strategies and coping skills in order to achieve your full potential and improve your quality of life.
085 734 7836 
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Dublin, County Dublin D04
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Sarah Skinner
Psychotherapist, MA, IAHIP Assoc
Verified
I combine the depth of psychodynamic and transpersonal therapy with the practical and accessible approaches of CBT and mindfulness.
I believe that creating a safe and non-judgmental space for clients to explore what's happening for them is fundamental to therapy. I think part of this is clients finding a therapist that feels like rhe right fit for them. I see each client as unique, with different needs and so I work flexibly focusing on responding to each individual client in the way that best works for them. I work to enable clients to reconnect with themselves with the support and guidance they need to gain more understanding around their experience and find ways to navigate challenges that work for them as a person.
 
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Dublin, County Dublin D04
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Psychodynamic Counsellors
Psychodynamic therapy in Dublin, also known as insight-oriented therapy, evolved from Freudian psychoanalysis. Like adherents of psychoanalysis, psychodynamic therapists believe that bringing the unconscious into conscious awareness promotes insight and resolves conflict. But psychodynamic therapy is briefer and less intensive than psychoanalysis and also focuses on the relationship between the therapist and the client, as a way to learn about how the client relates to everyone in their life.