IT STARTS WITH A CONVERSATION
Counselling and Therapy without Judgement
Have a life challenge that you just can't seem to overcome? Sometimes, seeking help from an accredited therapist is the best way to put things into perspective. At Athlone Counselling and Therapy I aim to provide a unique service, offering online counselling via web based video conferencing software, fully focused on your needs and helping you to address the concerns that are negatively impacting your life.
BERNIE CAREW - MIACP
I have an MSc. in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling and I am a member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP).
My work is person-centered, meaning I encourage people to become aware of their individual needs through being heard in a safe place. I believe that people can change in their approach to their problems, their relationships, and their lives.
I aim to provide a non-judgmental space where you will feel safe to be heard.
Being genuine and being present is nurtured in my sessions to allow for personal growth and healing to happen. I use a process-orientated approach to help you identify and deal with difficult emotions. Self-care tools are developed where needed at a pace that fosters reflection of what's right for you.
HOW IT WORKS
Our therapy service is now provided exclusively online using video chat software. This provides greater protection in this time of Covid infection and also provides you the comfort and convenience of talking from the privacy your own home. Ideally you should have PC or laptop, but an iPad or even a phone can work too.
Online therapy provides therapy/counselling from the comfort and privacy of your own home.
If you are living in an isolated geographical location or have a disability or a social phobia, online therapy could suit your needs.
The flexibility and cost reduction can be another advantage of online therapy.
Click below to book a session and let's get started on helping you, together.
Apologies, We are not taking new bookings at this time
Athlone Counselling & Therapy
is not an emergency service
Online Therapy is not suitable if
1. You are at risk of severe self-harm or harm to others.
2. Experiencing psychosis, trauma, or severe personality disorder or ongoing addiction.
Please contact the emergency services if you need urgent help on 112 or 999. Or contact your GP.