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Elmwood Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Elmwood Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Show Phone Number22 Upper Baggot Street, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4Ireland
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 22:00
Tuesday08:00 - 22:00
Wednesday08:00 - 22:00
Thursday08:00 - 22:00
Friday08:00 - 22:00
Saturday08:00 - 22:00
Sunday08:00 - 22:00
Prices from £54 - Enquire for a fast quote from Elmwood Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy. Very Good ServiceScore™: 4.0 from 22 votes.

Popular Treatments

Individual Psychotherapy £80  -  £107
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy £62  -  £80
Couples Therapy £80  -  £107
Student Counselling £62  -  £80
Workplace Counselling £62  -  £80
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About Elmwood Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy


The Elmwood Centre has been established to provide therapy to Individuals, Couples and Families who wish to take the first step towards resolving their problems and improving their sense of well being and confidence. In challenging circumstances, many of us get stressed and anxious.

We are a team of professional therapists who are committed to providing you with counselling and psychotherapy services in a warm, confidential and safe environment. The organisations of which we are members, ensure that the highest professional standards and ethical codes are applied.

 

Our Approach

As a team, our approach to our work, both as individuals and as a practice, is Humanistic and Integrative. Humanistic is a term that is used to describe an approach that respects, values and treats the individual as a whole person physically, mentally and emotionally. This approach also holds the belief that people have choice, freedom, responsibility and the capacity to change, heal and grow towards reaching their true potential. Integrative means that we draw creatively from a broad range of therapeutic strategies to help you on that journey.

History of Elmwood

Elmwood Centre, formally known as The Family Therapy and Counselling Centre Ranelagh, was established in 1987 to provide counselling and psychotherapy services to the community. Our practice has moved to beautiful new premises at 22 Upper Baggot St. and expanded to include five full time psychotherapists who offer a more comprehensive range of services and expertise.


 



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Accreditations

  • IAHIP - Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (Ireland) 
  • IACP - Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (Ireland) 
  • IAAAC - Irish Association of Alcohol and Addiction Counsellors (Ireland) 
  • PSI - Psychological Society of Ireland (Ireland) 
  • ICP - Irish Council for Psychotherapy (Ireland) 

Provides

Psychology

Psychotherapy

Premises

Parking - On Street Parking Available

Public transport access

Patient bathroom

Wireless access

Clinic Services

Text message reminders

Open weekends

Psychotherapy

£62  -  £80
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy


What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy has been the most widely researched therapy. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that involves addressing a person’s problematic thinking styles and behaviors. It is based on the idea that how we think (cognition), how we feel (emotion), and how we act (behaviour) all interact together. Specifically, our thoughts determine our feelings and our behavior. Therefore, negative thoughts can cause us distress and result in problems.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy helps people to develop alternative viewpoints in order to tackle their problems. Developing alternative viewpoints is the cornerstone of the CBT principle that there is always more than one way of seeing things and therefore a person chooses their own viewpoint. This type of therapy has been found to be helpful in:

  • Anxiety
  • Panic attack
  • Depression
  • Acrophobia and other phobias
  • Social phobias
  • Bulimia
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Post traumatic stress disorder
  • Stress
  • Relationship problems

When we change the way we think for the better, this in turn, contributes to how we view and react to situations around us. It also helps to bring new clarity of thought to help make better decisions for ourselves and others.

£80  -  £107
Couples Therapy

What is Marriage & Relationship Counselling?

Relationships can run into difficulties from time to time resulting in conflict, lack of communication and disappointment. Normal life stage events such as the birth of a new baby, redundancy, retirement, a change in work/life balance or children leaving home can also present couples with the challenge of renegotiating their expectations of themselves and each other. Counselling can teach you some valuable ways to improve and enhance communication skills and to work through difficult emotions to achieve clarity, understanding and connection.

Elmwood Centre offers relationship counselling in a safe and comfortable environment to co-habiting, married and same sex couples. We provide the space for couples to talk, listen and be heard. By working with a counsellor who possesses empathy and professional expertise, couples feel supported while working through the challenges in their intimate relationship. While being aware of the uniqueness of each individual, we also have the skills and experience to hear both sides of the story in complete confidence, without judgement and without taking sides.

The relationship you wish to explore may be past, present or in the future, and we invite you, alone or with your partner, to avail of the opportunity to explore, understand and transform your relationships.

£62  -  £80
Student Counselling
What is Student Counselling & College Services?

At Elmwood Centre we offer counselling and psychotherapy to students from colleges and universities. We recognise that whilst the college experience can be exciting and rewarding, it can also be challenging for many students. The transition from school to college can be difficult to negotiate and sometimes personal or family problems can interfere with a student’s academic and social life. We help and support students to manage difficulties so that college life can be enjoyed and participated in more fully. We have a lot of experience working with and providing support services to students who are struggling with issues such as;

  • Stress at exam time
  • Difficulties with study
  • Low self-esteem and lack of confidence
  • Social difficulties
  • Cultural differences
  • Adjusting to a co-educational environment
  • Relationship issues
  • Gender and Identity issues
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Eating disorders
  • Addiction
  • Financial worries
  • Family concerns
£80  -  £107
Individual Psychotherapy
Personal therapy is a way in which an individual can address any issue in their lives that is causing them distress.
Each person, in their own unique way, has the potential to overcome their present difficulties. Working regularly with a trained therapist in a safe and non judgmental environment can provide a setting in which someone  can engage constructively with their struggle and discover a more creative way of living with less emotional baggage to hold them back.
£62  -  £80
Workplace Counselling

General Practice

£54  -  £80
Mental Health Consultation

Psychology

£80  -  £89
Psychologist Consultation

Payment Information

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

Ms Fiona MacAnna M.Sc. Counselling & Psychotherapy, MIACP

Biography:
Fiona MacAnna is an accredited Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapist and Counsellor. She holds a professional certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and in Addiction Studies. Her work is Person Centred and incorporates Gestalt and CBT therapy approaches. Fiona works primarily with individuals across a variety of different presenting problems. She has a particular interest in anxiety related issues.

Ms Vivienne Shields BCL, FTAI, ICP

Biography:
Vivienne Shields is an established and experienced Psychotherapist who has been in practice since 1993, having had previous careers in Education and Law. She trained as a Family Therapist with the Clanwiliam Institute and subsequently trained in Gestalt and body orientated approaches to practice. She takes an integrative psychotherapeutic approach and enjoys working with individuals, couples and families. She is accredited with the Irish Council of Psychotherapy.

Ms Deborah Mulvany B.A. M.Sc. Couns. Psych., MBS. MOS., Reg. Psych., Ps.S.I.

Biography:
Deborah Mulvany is a Registered Counselling Psychologist accredited with the Psychological Society of Ireland. A graduate of Trinity College Dublin, Deborah has worked in a variety of mental health settings for over ten years. She offers treatment for individuals and couples with a broad range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, addiction, and eating disorders. Her therapeutic work integrates evidence-based approaches such and Emotion Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Psychodynamic psychotherapy. Deborah has delivered trainings and workshops on suicide awareness, attachment, stress management, eating disorders and addiction. In 2013, she was commissioned by RTE to present a documentary on sexual health and relationships among young people in Ireland.

Ms Sarah Ruane Dip Psych., MIACP, MIAAAC

Biography:
Sarah Ruane is a qualified Humanistic, Person Centred Counsellor and Psychotherapist. She is also qualified as an Addiction Therapist. She is accredited with the Irish Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists, as well as the Irish Association for Alcohol and Addiction Counsellors. She creates a safe and non-judgemental space for you to explore and work through all emotional issues, such as relationship difficulties, anxiety, self-esteem, depression etc. She also works with family members who have addiction-related issues.
Show Phone Number22 Upper Baggot Street, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4Ireland