September Update – Online & Telephone Appointments

September Update – Online & Telephone Appointments

Professional Online Psychotherapy and Telephone Counselling appointments are available daily Monday to Friday at 7.30pm, 8.30pm and 9.30pm (GMT). Appointments can be booked and paid online securely using Acuity Software and STRIPE.


I am currently fully booked for the first week of September and will be unavailable for two weeks from the 5th to 19th September 2020 on leave. Appointments are available to book for 60 days in advance using the online booking system. During busy times I am booked up to three weeks in advance.

I am currently available for Online Therapy using Doxy which is a secure Telemedicine platform suitable for individuals and couples who want to access therapy conveniently from anywhere in Ireland or around the world. All you need to do is click the link provided in your booking confirmation email at the time of your booked appointment. Due to the demand in couples therapy and with COVID-19 restrictions effecting many people around the world I also provide couples therapy for couples who are in two different locations using ZOOM.


  • Telephone Counselling for Individuals
  • Online Therapy & Consultations for Individuals and Couples

There will be no drop appointments or Complementary Health Therapies available in September 2020 as my Kildare practice is currently closed.


I provide general consultations and psychotherapy services and specialise in the following specific areas;

More information and resources are available on my therapy blog here.




10 Ways to Prepare for Therapy

People engage in therapy for a wide variety of reasons and each individuals experience of therapy is unique. The therapeutic relationship that is developed gently over time with your therapist is a vital part of the process, as you become more comfortable sharing and communicating your thoughts, fears & feelings. Making a commitment to this process and preparing for your sessions is the key to getting the most out of therapy. Here are some more suggestions;

  1. Be prepared to talk about yourself.
  2. Identify your main reasons for attending therapy.
  3. Think about what you would like to get out of each session.
  4. Take time to reflect on your previous session.
  5. Be open to exploring and finding new ways of thinking or dealing with your situation.
  6. Become aware of your thoughts and feelings between each session.
  7. Identify anything that you feel reluctant to tell your therapist and try not to withhold information.
  8. Be as open and honest as possible.
  9. Make time around each session so that you are not rushing in or out of your appointment.
  10. Complete any homework that was agreed and take some time to prepare for each session.

Making a commitment to the therapeutic process and preparing for sessions is the key to getting the most out of therapy.

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