Packages & Pricing

  • Couple’s Guidance


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    Duration : 35 MIN

  • Self-Improvement


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    Duration : 45 MIN

Frequently Asked Questions

You can benefit from counselling and psychotherapy at any stage in your life. However, it is more usual that you are likely to consider counselling when you are seeking to deal with changes, events or transitions in your life, or when you are facing a personal crisis.

Counselling can be helpful for;

  •  Improved communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Greater self-acceptance and self-esteem.
    • Ability to change self-defeating behaviours/habits.
    • Better expression and management of emotions, including anger.
    • Relief from depression, anxiety, or other mental health conditions

Counselling can help you if you are experiencing the following:
– Depression
– Anxiety
– Stress
– Panic Attacks
– Work Stress
– Grief
– Loss
– Suicidal Thoughts
– Relationship Difficulties
– Low Self Confidence
– Trauma
– Self Harm
– Abuse (current or childhood)
– Coping with Illness
– Difficulty with conflict
This is not an exhaustive list. You are the best judge of yourself. If you are struggling to cope or feel that you are not living life to your full potential then counselling may be of benefit to you.

Counselling helps by giving you a space where you can talk openly and confidentially about what is troubling you. You will not be judged in any way and your concerns will be talked through and explored respectfully.
Counselling enables you to explore your difficulties and struggles and allows you to be more in connected with yourself, and others around you. It helps you work out who you are and what you want from your life. It will give you a new perspective and uncover new ways of coping and of living a more fulfilled life.


Simply contact us directly by phone on 083 336021, email dochastherapy@gmail or click the book now button on front page and you can have a brief chat with us about how therapy works and if it would be appropriate for you.

There really is no single answer to this as it will depend on what issues you are experiencing. During your first session you can discuss this and you can either leave it open-ended or decide to fix on a number of sessions. Often it is agreed to work together for about 6 sessions and then review whether to continue further.

The length of a session varies slightly, 

In-Person Sessions are 60 minutes in duration

Online Sessions are  50 minutes in duration

Individual On-Line and In-Person Client Sessions are charged at  €60. 

Joint Couple Sessions are 1 hour and 30 minutes in duration and charged at a rate of €130 per session (In-person Only)

If the rate is a source of concern, don’t hesitate to get in touch. I’ve never turned away anyone interested in participating in therapy solely due to their financial circumstances

Cash & Card Accepted

There is a sliding scale for Students/Unwaged and is dependent on availability so please do ask 

Irish health insurers typically provide coverage for some or all of your psychotherapy and counselling sessions per year, provided your therapist is registered with an accredited body. I am  a fully accredited member of the IACP, and you may be eligible to recover some or all of the therapy costs depending on your specific insurance policy with VHI Healthcare, Irish Life Health Insurance, or LAYA Healthcare.

Additionally, individuals, including PAYE employees, the self-employed, and those with other taxable income sources, can benefit from income tax relief on counselling and psychotherapy fees, up to 20% annually. This relief falls under qualifying “Health Expenses” as defined in section 469 of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997.


Free Consultation

For a free 15 minute consultation and assessment please fill out the contact form and I will reply as soon as possible.