Here you will find answers to those initial questions that are likely to be on your mind when you considering calling for a consultation or booking an in-person or video counselling session with Newlife
Qualified professional psychotherapists, counsellors are trained to work closely with you to enable you to explore thoughts, beliefs, feelings and behaviours that affect your life negatively. Through counselling and psychotherapy you are given the support and safety to explore, understand and often, to change these thoughts, beliefs, feelings and behaviours. The personal growth that can then take place can free you from the limitations of old patterns. This can allow more realistic and effective ways of improving the quality, contentment and satisfaction of your life to emerge. You can benefit from counselling and psychotherapy at any stage in your life. However, it is more usual that you are likely to consider counselling when you are seeking to deal with changes, events or transitions in your life, or when you are facing a personal crisis.
Simply contact me directly by phone or text on 089 603 1955, email firstname.lastname@example.org, website: www.newlifecounsellingservices.ie and we can have a brief chat about how therapy works and if it would be appropriate for you.
The length of a is approx 50 minutes long.
Our prices for our most common sessions are published on this website and can be booked online.
Discounts may apply for students, unemployed, packages for six sessions
Counselling and psychotherapy is a totally confidential service in almost all situations. However it is important to point out that in certain circumstances ethical and legal obligations must be considered, such as the Child Protection Act (protecting the rights and welfare of children and minors). Therapist will fully explain confidentiality to you in the first session.
24 hours notice is required. If you are unable to cancel with less than the agreed period of notice you will be asked to pay a cancellation fee for the missed session which will be agreed upon at your first session
This therapy is largely based on the relationship between the client and the psychotherapist. By the psychotherapist being accepting of the client, it promotes a natural freedom of expression within the client. Working through their thoughts and feelings, the object is for the client to become accepting of themselves..
This is a talking therapy where negative thoughts and behaviours are challenged with the support of the psychotherapist.
This therapy is concerned with personal growth of the client. The role of the psychotherapist is to provide a safe, non-judgemental space for the client. Humanistic psychotherapy can often be described as being a non-directive form of therapy.
This type of therapy can be extended to relationships in the workplace as well as family members and couples. Whatever changes you are looking to make in your life, we can get you where you want to be.