Counsellor & Psychotherapist Rathfarnham, Dublin 14

Counsellor & Psychotherapist Rathfarnham, Dublin 14

Counselling Services Rathfarnham

I understand that no two people are the same, this is why I always tailor my therapeutic approach to focus on meeting and understanding a patient’s individual needs. People usually come for therapy because they are in emotional pain from which they want relief now, but also into the future. For some clients, it’s a temporary feeling of anxiety, stress or sadness that’s bothering them. For others, it’s looking for relief from an already long-term pain that they can no longer endure. People rightly see in the therapist someone trained in helping alleviate their condition and improving their quality of life.

Some of the areas where a psychotherapist can help:

  • Understand your illness
  • Define and reach wellness goals
  • Overcome fears or insecurities
  • Cope with stress
  • Make sense of past traumatic experiences
  • Separate your true personality from the mood swings caused by your illness
  • Identify triggers that may worsen your symptoms
  • Improve relationships with family and friends
  • Establish a stable, dependable routine
  • Develop a plan for coping with crises
  • Understanding why things bother you and what you can do about them.
  • End destructive habits, often used as a form of self-medication, such as drinking, using drugs, overspending or unhealthy sex.

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Philip Moore Counsellor

Dodder Park Dr., Rathfarnham, Dublin 14

Call Me: 087 8112006

What happens in a therapy session?

What happens in a therapy session? You will often hear that psychotherapy and counselling is referred to as “talk therapy”. Therapy sessions provide create safe space to reveal innermost thoughts and feelings in a totally non-judgemental safe environment. In and of itself this alone is often a successful therapeutic experience. In a special relationship with the therapist, the client’s revelations are explored so they can fully understand themselves – an essential start to any form of therapy. This unique relationship allows the therapist to use their skills to help alleviate the client’s pain and encourage positive change.

What happens in a therapy session?

What happens in a therapy session? You will often hear that psychotherapy and counselling is referred to as “talk therapy”. Therapy session create safe space to reveal innermost thoughts and feelings in a totally non-judgemental safe environment. In and of itself this alone is often a successful therapeutic experience. In a special relationship with the therapist, the patient revelations are explored so the patient fully understands himselves – an essential start to any form of therapy. Unique relationship allow the therapist’s to use psychological skills to help alleviate the patient’s pain and encourage positive change.

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Philip Moore – Your Counsellor

BSc (Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy

I’m a believer that life is tough and challenging but it is also beautiful and full of wonderful experiences that can get overlooked because of the stresses in our lives. I’m a psychotherapist in private practice and my mission is to help my clients deal with life’s challenges while also being aware of, and enjoying, the gifts in their lives. Today I am privileged to work with people helping them make positive life changes bringing them closer to who they really are, helping them align the inner and outer expressions of their lives.

IACP Accredited in Psychotherapy and Counselling Dublin

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This is an area of special interest to me. Many amateur and professional golfers have had to endure putting performances well below their capabilities because of “The Yips”. I’ve trawled through the research available and believe using a technique called EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) this affliction can be alleviated or eradicated completely. “The Yips” is a neurological condition based on anxiety. I’m happy to report that I have been successfully working with afflicted clients using a protocol I’ve developed specifically for the condition. I wrote the following article on the subject which appears in the 2019 Irish Golf Review and provides more detail on the processes involved.

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Call Me: 087 8112006