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  • Title: Jane McCarthy – Counsellor & Psychotherapist based in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland |
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About Jane.. The Counselling Session.. Services.. Additional Support.. Contact.. Counsellor Psychotherapist, Greystones, Co.. Wicklow, Ireland.. Tel: 087 938 8823.. Deep inside we know what hurts and how to heal it.. Welcome.. Life can be tough on us.. We can feel alone, lost, helpless, stuck, uneasy in our skin.. Sometimes we need more support than our family and friends can offer.. Counselling can help you remove the blocks to your freedom and experience a different way of being in the world.. I am a fully qualified Psychotherapist and Counsellor working in Private Practice in Greystones, Co Wicklow.. I did my initial training with NUI Maynooth and completed my core training with the IICPS in association with Dublin City  ...   things I will discuss with you is what your expectations of therapy are.. You bring your own agenda to counselling; the pace reflects what you’re comfortable with.. I can help you flesh out any problem that is causing unhappiness in your life.. I have experience of working with clients who are presenting with the following issues: Anger, Anxiety, Depression, Loss, Bereavement, Abuse, Low Self Esteem, In Recovery from an Addiction, Relationship Difficulties, Sexuality and Suicide Issues.. Location.. My therapy room is located in Greystones Clinic on the Trafalgar Road in Greystones, Co Wicklow.. A warm, intimate, welcoming room just moments from the sea; it is an ideal space for your journey of self-discovery.. Copyright Jane McCarthy 2012.. All rights reserved..

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  • Title: About Jane | Jane McCarthy – Counsellor & Psychotherapist based in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
    Descriptive info: I am a fully qualified Counsellor and Psychotherapist working in Private Practice in Greystones, Co Wicklow.. I did my initial training, a Certificate in Counselling Skills, with NUI Maynooth (2004-2005).. I completed my core training, a Graduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy (DICP), with the Irish Institute of Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies (IICPS) at Turning Point, Dún Laoghaire (2005-2008).. This qualification is awarded by Dublin City University (DCU).. I adhere to the strict code of ethics and practice as outlined by the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) and am a pre-accredited member of this  ...   the Psychotherapy Centre in St Vincent’s Psychiatric Hospital, Fairview (2007-2008).. As well as my private practice, I work as a volunteer counsellor in a reduced-cost centre in Wicklow.. My core training is.. Humanistic.. but through my integrative training I have also studied, and include in my practice, the most widely used therapy frameworks today including:.. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).. Attachment Theory.. Gestalt Therapy.. Psychoanalysis.. Psychosynthesis.. Psychiatric Training using DSM-IV.. As part of my ongoing continuing professional development I regularly participate in further training, the most recent of which was the National Office for Suicide Prevention s.. ASIST.. training..

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  • Title: The Counselling Session | Jane McCarthy – Counsellor & Psychotherapist based in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
    Descriptive info: The difference between counselling and psychotherapy.. I am often asked by clients where the line between counselling and psychotherapy is drawn.. Typically counselling focuses on a specific issue that you are working through right now (e.. g.. a bereavement, difficulty in a personal relationship) and helps you to manage the issue with awareness about how it is making you feel and compassion for yourself.. Psychotherapy involves exploring your past and finding keys to unlock the mystery behind why you behave in certain ways, attract certain things or people to you or why your life generally isn’t living up to your expectations.. There is no need to distinguish where counselling and psychotherapy begin and end as your reason for being in therapy can change as we move through the process.. As I am a fully trained counsellor and psychotherapist I can work with you at any level of depth that you feel safe and comfortable with and will always take your lead on where your journey takes us.. What to expect.. If you are looking at this website because you are considering entering therapy then well done for having the courage to begin this journey.. What I ask of you is that you come with a commitment to moving forwards and bringing change into your life; even though you may not know what that change will look like yet! The goal of our work together will be to remove the blocks that have gathered throughout your past and allow you to see your options and choices and, through the  ...   be unforeseen exceptions to this policy.. Payment is by cash or cheque only as there is no facility for credit/debit cards.. If you have private health insurance it is worth checking with your provider if you are entitled to claim any money back on your policy.. Sometime during your first couple of sessions I will go through a registration form with you that will include your contact details and information about the confidentiality of your sessions.. I will give you a copy of this form to keep.. Length of time in counselling.. Counselling that deals with a specific, known issue (e.. a difficulty in a personal relationship) may last a number of weeks.. An initial presenting problem can lead us to deeper work that looks at the roots of the issues you are experiencing in your life.. I have worked with clients on a short-term basis (6-12 weeks) and also have clients who have been with me for much longer than this.. You can trust that you will know yourself how long you need.. We will review our work together every six weeks to ensure that you feel therapy is benefiting you and that you are moving in the right direction.. Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be?.. We are all meant to shine.. Marianne Williamson..

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  • Title: Services | Jane McCarthy – Counsellor & Psychotherapist based in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
    Descriptive info: I have experience of working with clients who are presenting with the following issues:.. Anger.. Anger is a human emotion that everybody feels.. However, our ability to express our anger in a safe and useful way is not a resource that everybody has access to.. I can help you to understand your anger better; what triggers it, where its roots lie and most importantly how to channel it in a way that doesn’t disrupt your relationships and your life.. Throughout our lives we may have silenced our true voice in order to adapt and keep the peace and this self-sacrifice can lead to anger.. So often anger is a flipside of a hurt that hasn’t been tended to and therapy can help you to soothe that hurt and move on from it.. Anxiety and stress including Generalised Anxiety Disorder and panic attacks.. Anxiety presents itself in many different ways; a churning in your stomach, tingling in your body, a racing heart, shortness of breath, a busy mind that won’t stop.. The common thread among these examples is they are your body’s way of telling you something isn’t right.. Working with me you will become more aware of what makes you anxious and stressed and what you do with these emotions when you feel them.. The goal is that you learn to control the anxiety, rather than it controlling you.. Depression.. Depression is like a black hole that you get stuck down and can see no way out of.. Somewhere you know you should be able to function like other people; that small tasks shouldn’t be so daunting and difficult but it can feel like you’ve lost the key to unlock the person you were without the depression hanging over you.. I have worked extensively with clients suffering from mild to severe depression and have found that the depression kicks in when the person becomes overwhelmed.. Therapy can enable you to build the resources that allow you to fight your depression as well as give you the space to explore the life experiences that have contributed to you struggling to feel good in the world.. I am happy to work alongside your GP and/or Psychiatrist to ensure you have access to a community-based support network.. This in no way compromises the confidentiality of our sessions.. I have a particular interest in working with Mums who have post-natal depression.. My clinical experience in this area has shown me that at a time when you are feeling low, stretched to your limits, sleep deprived and trying to make a huge life adjustment having an hour in the week that is just about you and how you are feeling is a great support when you need it most.. Mental health issues including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).. Therapy provides you with a safe place to talk about what goes on in your head.. If you feel you are struggling with your mental health we can work together to help you connect to your inner voice and allow you to hear what it is you need to free yourself.. I have worked with clients struggling with OCD and PTSD and aim for the balance between discussing the manifestations of the condition in detail in order to provide useful coping mechanisms and travelling back to the origins of the condition with a view to unravelling its power.. The emotional impact of a physical illness or condition.. Living life with a physical illness is exhausting.. You may be taking medication to help with the illness, you may have had or need surgery, you may be attending a centre or hospital for treatment.. When we’re physically unwell we, and those supporting us, can focus so much on becoming well again that we lose sight of the harsh impact a physical illness can have on our emotional well  ...   to evoke the fear, humiliation, anger, hurt and pain that the person has experienced.. In my work I have found that building a solid, trusting, safe relationship with a client who has been abused is the most important element of our journey together.. It is through experiencing a respectful, boundaried relationship with me that my client becomes empowered to work towards healing themselves in their own unique way.. Low self-esteem and confidence.. It is a wonderful thing to believe strongly in your own self-worth.. That you deserve to be happy, that you deserve to loved, that you deserve for things to work out well for you.. Not everybody has the ability to feel this way.. I believe when our self-esteem is on the floor we attract more hardship into our lives and thus begins a cycle that can be hard to break away from.. Therapy honours you as an individual; your uniqueness, what makes you special.. We can work towards connecting you to the part of yourself that champions you, believes in your ability and can set you free to be all that you already are.. In recovery from an addiction.. When we have the courage to fight and overcome an addiction we then have the daunting task of continuing the fight every day, long after the praise has stopped and the initial sense of achievement has started to wear off.. When I work with people in recovery from an addiction I work towards a deep understanding of the addiction they live with and aim to build resources around them; both physical and emotional, to give them the strength to get up every day and choose to stay sober, stay clean, not gamble or whatever form their addiction takes.. Difficulty in relationships, at home or at work.. Meaningful relationships can be so rewarding; they can be the very reason we find contentment in our lives.. When our relationships are difficult, strained, broken or imbalanced it can have a knock-on effect in all areas of our existence.. Therapy can give you the space to flesh out your personal and/or professional relationships with a view to understanding your role in the relationships you have and what elements of this role serve you or hinder you.. Our work together will also encompass what your needs in your relationships are and how you communicate to get these needs met.. Issues surrounding sexuality.. Our sexuality is a fundamental part of who we are.. When the way you choose to live your sexual life causes unease within you or those closest to you therapy can provide you with a non-judgemental space to explore the adult inside you, free from disapproval and expectations.. Hearing this adult speak freely can give you the resources you need to figure out and be true to who you are, sexually and beyond.. Suicidal Thoughts or Plans and Self-Harming.. In my work with suicidal clients I have witnessed the deep level of pain a person has to be experiencing to consider ending their life.. When I am working with a client who is self-harming or having suicidal thoughts my first priority is ensuring their safety.. Through the relationship I build with clients who are at risk I aim to give them a reliable, supportive, regular place where they can come weekly and feel connected to another human being and following on from that to re-connect with the world.. I am happy to work alongside your GP and/or Psychiatrist to ensure you have access to a community-based support network that keeps you safe and helps to alleviate feelings of isolation.. Emergency sessions can also be scheduled if a suicidal client is feeling too overwhelmed to cope.. The human heart yearns for contact.. each of us secretly and desperately yearns to be met to be recognised in our uniqueness, our fullness, and our vulnerability.. Hycner and Jacobs..

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  • Title: Additional Support | Jane McCarthy – Counsellor & Psychotherapist based in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
    Descriptive info: Addiction.. Drugs.. ie.. Helpline 1800 459 459.. Alcoholics Anonymous.. Children/Teens.. Childline.. Helpline 1800 666 666.. Teenline.. Helpline 1800 833 634.. Aware.. Helpline 1890 303 302.. Samaritans.. Helpline 1850 609 090.. Domestic Violence.. AMEN.. Male victims of domestic abuse and their children.. Women’s Aid.. Helpline 1800 341 900.. Eating Disorders.. Bodywhys.. Helpline 1890 200 444.. Mental Health.. Mental Health Ireland.. Shine.. Helpline 1890 621 631.. Parents.. Parentline.. Helpline 1890 927 277.. Suicide.. 1Life.. Helpline 1800 247 100.. Pieta House.. Helpline  ...   One in Four.. The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre.. Helpline 1800 778 888.. Sexuality.. Gay Switchboard Dublin.. Helpline 01 872 1055.. Outhouse.. Training as a Counsellor and Psychotherapist.. Irish Institute of Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies (IICPS).. Note: Jane is not responsible for the content, claims or representations of the listed sites.. At close of day the gift of life is something immense.. something difficult but oddly bright, that makes equal in their fall the hammers and the feathers.. Sebastian Barry..

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  • Title: Contact & Location | Jane McCarthy – Counsellor & Psychotherapist based in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
    Descriptive info: location.. View larger map.. Jane McCarthy Counsellor Psychotherapist.. Greystones Clinic.. Trafalgar Road.. Greystones.. Co.. Wicklow.. E-mail:.. info@janemccarthy.. online enquiry..   * required.. Directions.. Following signs from the N11 to Greystones you travel south on Church Road towards Greystones Village.. Turn left opposite Fenton Fires before entering the village on to La Touche Place.. Travel over a small hump backed bridge, follow the road around to the left and Greystones Clinic is located on your right hand side.. You will find a car park directly opposite..

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