Counselling Dublin: Professional & Low Cost
Covid-19 Update: We are open, following strict guidelines and taking all recommended precautions. If you are unable to come into the clinic, we can still help you via our online counselling service.
Access Counselling Clinic in Dublin provides professional and confidential counselling. We also provide low cost counselling.
A short consultation is available by telephone and you may make an appointment following that if you wish. You will be given an appointment within 4 hours of any working day.
Opening times 9am to 9 pm, tel: 9am to 8pm Mon to Fri. Emergencies can be seen within 24 hours Mon-Sat.
You can make an appointment by calling us on 01 5240708 or click here to book a counselling appointment online.
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Depression can appear in mental and physical forms. Overcome the issues that are at the root.
Learn how to relax during a difficult situation. Sometimes uncontrolled or chronic anger can be costly both emotionally and physically.
Learn new skills and ways of thinking. Anxiety is a normal emotional response that most of us experience as part of our day to day lives.
Counseling is a chance to talk confidentially with someone who can help you learn skills and new ways of looking at situations. This can help you be more capable of solving problems on your own. We will help you to explore your feelings and resolve your concerns.
Some clients benefit from one or two sessions of problem-solving, while some concerns may warrant further counselling sessions.
At our Dublin-based counselling clinic, we can help you make sense of what happens and has happened in your life by reflecting on experiences of the past and coming to understand how they affect the present, the person you are today.
Counselling therapy allows a patient to talk about personal problems and feelings in a confidential, trustworthy, and safe environment.
You can call us on 015240708 or on our mobile number 0851391846 where we also respond through text messages. You can also email us for an appointment using our online booking form.
Our counselling clinic in Dublin is run by Beth Fitzpatrick (Counselling DIP, Director of Access). The first point of contact is Beth herself, or Andy. We’ll decide based on your needs which counsellor is best for you.
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