Talk to a professional Irish therapist online worldwide in the comfort of your own home or work. Online therapy consultations with Orlagh Gahan are perfect for a whole range of everyday common problems including sex, dating and relationships, work life balance, recovery and sobriety support and general health and well-being. Consultations are via SKYPE for 30 & 45 minutes. BOOK HERE
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Online therapy has many great benefits in today’s busy world where time is precious. It is convenient, easily accessible and effective where ever you are in the world. One of the best things about online therapy is that you can research and find the right professional therapist for your specific needs, someone who specialises in a particular field rather than being limited to a local professional. Online counselling can be suitable for a diverse range of problems and for consultations and emotional support. Online therapy is great for expats living and working abroad who are seeking the support and familiarity of an Irish therapist.
Counselling and Psychotherapy via SKYPE is a convenient option for individuals who are unable to attend sessions at my practice due to time constraints, travelling, illness, disability, work and family commitments or living abroad. For many individuals and business people who have busy schedules or are online a lot of the time already, it simply suits their needs best.
Appointments can be viewed and booked using my online booking system HERE.
Below are some of the areas suitable for online therapy with Orlagh;
- Addiction counselling – food, alcohol, gambling, substances, sex, pornography.
- Abstinence and recovery
- Fertility & infertility
- Sexual problems
- Sex, relationships & dating
- Illness and disability
- Stress management
- Anger management
- Dating & relationships
- Confidence & self-esteem
- Emotional support
- Work Life Balance
- Partner Support
- Workplace counselling
- Well-being consultations
Online therapy is supportive, nonjudgmental and confidential.
The same confidentiality policy applies to online counselling as face to face counselling. At the start of your first session I will clarify the confidentiality policy with you.
Online counselling is not suitable for anyone experiencing severe psychological distress, mental illness or individuals who are feeling suicidal. Please contact your GP for referral to a suitable service.
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Please contact me by email to email@example.com to find out if online counselling is suitable for you or for more information. You can search for me on SKYPE at Orlagh.Gahan