Counselling Dublin City Centre

About Remedy Clinic

Adult Psychotherapy, Couples Counselling, Child & Adolescent Therapy

Remedy Clinic is home to therapy services for children, adolescents and adults. Hosting counselling and psychotherapy from therapists accredited with the IACP, IAHIP, ICP as well as Psychologists registered with the PSI. All of them have extensive experience and are passionate about helping others. We operate In-person at our Pearse Street site, centrally located in Dublin 2 or online.

Mental Health And Wellbeing Consultancy Services Dublin 2 & Online 

We are dedicated to providing a comfortable and safe environment in which personal issues can be explored to support positive change. Our team of emotionally intelligent and highly skilled therapists are here to help you achieve your goals in personal development and healing. We also are home to some excellent companion wellbeing services, including CORU registered dieticians, Licenced MD Lifestyle Medicine and accredited executive coaches.

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Counselling & Psychotherapy

Read about your accredited therapist

Martyna Sygula

Martyna is a Counsellor and Psychotherapist who has experience working with problems such as anxiety, depression, sexual abuse, OCD, phobias, childhood trauma…

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Dr. Fernandes de Oliveira

Renata has a collaborative approach that uses dream analysis and expressive arts therapy. She works with psychosis, bipolar disorders, depression, anxiety,…

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Maureen Levy

Maureens background in the Arts alongside over 25 years’ experience working/facilitating in the areas of mental health, art therapy…

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Breda Farrell

Breda offers a safe space for one-on-one counselling and psychotherapy for adults. She offers a humanistic and person-centred experience. Breda works with loss and bereavement, depression…

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Mental Health & Wellbeing

Information on our range of services

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Increase your self-awareness, emotional resilience and improve your mental health and wellbeing.

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Quality and afforable counselling services offering professional support through life events and challenges



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Wellness Consultancy

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Therapeutic Alliance

The therapeutic alliance is an essential component of psychotherapy, and at Remedy Clinic, we understand the importance of building a strong connection between therapist and client. Our team of experienced therapists in Dublin is dedicated to providing the highest quality psychotherapy services to individuals in Dublin 2 and the surrounding areas.

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Frequently Asked Question

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What happens in the first session / consultation?

The decision to seek help from a counsellor or therapist is a significant one. Upon arrival for your appointment, rest assured that the therapist will provide a thorough introduction to the process. It is imperative to note that our therapists have undergone professional training at a third-level institution and are well-versed in client assessment. They possess the expertise to suggest the appropriate course of action for you, which may include referral to your GP or to a more specialized counsellor, capable of addressing specific issues relative to you. Alternatively, therapy may proceed as planned. Irrespective, the therapist will provide guidance to help you determine the most effective approach for your unique needs. You have the liberty to decide whether you are comfortable with continuing with the therapist or not. Should you not feel that the therapist is the right fit for you, our clinic will promptly arrange an alternative appointment with another clinician. As the needs of each individual vary, it is critical that you are content with the therapist you choose and firmly believe that they are the right person with whom you can work to achieve your goals.

How long does counselling or therapy last?

Counseling vs Psychotherapy: Understanding the Differences and Duration

If you’re seeking support for your mental health, it’s important to understand the differences between counseling and psychotherapy, and their respective durations. Both types of therapy can provide valuable support, but the duration and intensity of the process can vary greatly.

What is Counseling?

Counseling is a short to medium-term process that focuses on specific periods of stress and crises. Its duration is determined by the client’s needs, and it can last for as long as they feel they need to be supported through their issues. A counselor will discuss a meaningful, minimum duration at the initial consultation to maximize the benefit for the client. This can evolve as the counseling progresses and will be discussed as part of the therapy process.

Counseling can help you navigate through a specific problem or issue, such as a difficult life transition, relationship problems, or anxiety. It is goal-oriented and solution-focused, with the aim of providing you with practical tools to manage your current situation. Counseling can come to a natural end, or it can progress into longer-term psychotherapy.

What is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy is a longer-term, uncovering, and explorative process that can last for months or even years. It is a more intensive and in-depth process that focuses on exploring the root causes of your emotional and mental struggles. The duration of psychotherapy is generally determined by the person receiving the therapy, and it will last for as long as they feel is appropriate.

Psychotherapy can help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself, your patterns of thinking and behavior, and how your past experiences may be impacting your present. It provides a safe and supportive space to explore your emotions and gain insight into your inner world. As a fully autonomous process, all time frame arrangements and choices can be mutually agreed upon with your therapist and will be supported by them.

Duration of Counseling and Psychotherapy

The duration of counseling and psychotherapy can vary greatly, depending on the client’s needs, the depth of the work, and the progress of the therapy. While counseling is generally shorter in duration, ranging from a few weeks to several months, psychotherapy can last for years.

As the client progresses through therapy, the therapist will periodically conduct review sessions to check in with the client and evaluate the process and their progress. When a client feels they have benefited as much as they can from the therapy, they may end therapy, move onto another therapist, or take a break for a period of time and return later.

In Conclusion

Whether you opt for counseling or psychotherapy, both can provide you with valuable support and help you navigate through difficult times. The key is to find a therapist who is a good match for you and your needs, and to have an open and honest dialogue about the duration and goals of the therapy process. By taking the time to explore your options and find the right therapist, you can set yourself on a path towards healing and growth.

Are the counsellors qualified professionals?

At Remedy Clinic, we take your mental health seriously. Our counselling and psychotherapy practitioners have achieved a Bachelor of Arts Hons. or higher qualification that is recognized by one of the notable Irish Psychotherapy accrediting bodies. These bodies include the IACP, or the Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy and IAHIP, or the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy, among others.

Our practitioners are required to become associates and ultimately accredited by these organizations over the duration of their membership. This ensures that they are adhering to industry standards and providing the best care possible for their patients. Additionally, our therapists are required to engage in continuing professional development to stay up to date with the latest developments and research in the field.

At Remedy Clinic, we understand the importance of trust and confidentiality in psychotherapy. We have strict policies in place for protecting patient information and have taken all necessary measures to ensure that our patient’s privacy is never compromised.

We believe that every patient is unique, and therefore, our therapists are trained to take a humanistic and integrative approach to therapy, ensuring that the patient’s specific needs are addressed. Our practitioners have experience working with a range of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma, and more.

We understand that seeking help for mental health can be a difficult decision, and we are here to support you on your journey to wellness. Contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our qualified psychotherapy practitioners.

Fees- Counselling & Psychotherapy

  • We offer an initial consultation for €55 to help individuals determine if therapy is right for them. This consultation can be conducted online or in-person and lasts for 40 minutes.
  • Regular consultations are available for €70-€100 and last for 50 minutes. The exact price may vary depending on the practitioner and whether the session is conducted online or in-person.
  • Some practitioners may offer lower-cost services outside of peak hours, and details about this can be found on their bios.
  • Psychotherapy and counselling are ongoing processes that require a fixed weekly time slot to be effective.
  • Missed or cancelled appointments with less than 48 hours notice are payable in full to the practitioner.
  • Payments can be made at the end of each session by cash, and some practitioners may also accept card payments or we can send e-invoices.
  • Each practitioner has their own terms and cancellation policies, which will be discussed with the client at the beginning of the therapeutic process.

If you have any further questions or would like to book an appointment, please fill out the contact form for more information.

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