Life Challenges

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Each person is engaged in a unique journey through life, in search of his or her own meaning and purpose.  Life consists of numerous challenges some of which leave people feeling distressed and unable to cope.

Therapy is about addressing these difficulties and working towards meaningful change.  Entering into a counselling or psychotherapeutic relationship primarily involves gaining a deeper understanding and acceptance of oneself.  This process can take place for an individual, a couple, family or group.

The relationship with the therapist offers a facilitative and confidential environment, where someone seeking help is able to explore his or her internal struggles.  This process can enable a person to discover inner resources, and build the strength to make meaningful choices and live a more satisfying life.

 

Contact us now in confidence at Arduna @ (01) 833 2733 to discuss making an appointment with one of our therapists.

THERAPISTS WHO SPECIALISE IN THIS AREA:

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Adie Clarke
Andrew McLellan
Anne O'Leary
Audrey O'Cinneide
Betty Maguire
Brendan Murphy
Brigid Coyle
Carol Owens
Donna McCabe
Eamonn Boland
Gail McGuinness
Gustavo Bernstein
Jane O’Keeffe
Jean Forbes
Jean Morrissey
Jose Castilho
Juliet Smith
Luminita Buzescu
Margaret Costello
Martin Daly
Nadezhda Almqvist
Natalya Price
Pauline King
Peter Caffrey
Sibeal Branagan
Sinead Carroll
Susan Dowling
Susan McFeely
Suzanna O'Reilly
Tara Dunphy
Theresa Cawley
Trevor Rufli