Low Cost Counselling
Celbridge Wellness is delighted to be able to offer a low cost counselling service within the local community. We aim to offer a service that is affordable and accessible to all, thereby ensuring that no person has to go without the help and support they need.
If you’re suffering from a mental health problem like depression or anxiety, or life has thrown up something that you are having difficulty with, contact us for the opportunity to avail of counselling and psychotherapy here at Celbridge Wellness, in the heart of Celbridge Village.
The low cost service
- The low-cost counselling service is provided by counsellors in training or qualified counsellors working towards accreditation
- Individual Therapy Sessions – €25
- Therapy sessions last 50 minutes and are usually held on a weekly basis.
Call us now on 01-2549918 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential discussion and initial assessment with one of our senior therapists.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do people generally attend counselling?
There are many reasons why someone would attend a counsellor, ranging from mental health issue to life occurrences that are difficult to deal with. Here are some of the common reasons someone might seek help:
- Depression / Low mood
- Work Stress
- Difficulty in personal relationships
- Loss & bereavement
- Life crisis
- Mental Health Difficulties
What can I expect from counselling?
Counselling sessions facilitate individuals to engage in a process of listening and intense talking in a safe and confidential place. During this process individuals will be encouraged to express your emotions, feelings and thoughts. The aim is to enable people to become unstuck, to make changes in their lives and realise their potential. It makes connections between past events and current patterns of behaviours that can be causing emotional difficulties in your life. It helps people resolve denial, guilt and shame.
How many sessions of counselling will I need?
This is a question that people often ask when they are thinking about making an appointment for counselling. The answer is that it depends on the person and the stage they are at: Some people want to address all their issues, some people just want to make a slight improvement in their lives, or to focus on one thing in particular. Sometimes further issues emerge as counselling develops therefore it is difficult to put a timeline on the amounted of sessions needed.