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Counselling for students

Updated: 09 May 2018

Counselling for students

Exam season for students in Ireland is imminent and with it comes panicked study cramming, sleepless nights, caffeine drinks on tap, weepy Whatsapps and future fears.

Student life, especially in the lead up to exams, can be wrought with immense pressure to succeed and plan for the future, and the student experience can go from zero to 10 on the Stress Rickter Scale very quickly.

One minute you’re sleeping till noon and partying all night, the next minute you’re watching the sun come up over a mountain of textbooks.

All of these pressures and expectations set by others and by ourselves can have a very negative impact on our mental health and led to bigger and lasting problems such as depression and anxiety.

Self esteem and self confidence can take a massive beating, and the whole pressure-cooker experience can be not only very overwhelming, but in worst case, unbearable for some.

While student counselling services can be a brilliant support, often long waiting lists mean that help might not be readily available when it is needed.

This is where we can help.

MyMind provides affordable counselling and psychotherapy for students with no waiting list.

For just €20 and with a valid student card, you can book an appointment with one of our dedicated, expert team of counsellors or psychotherapists in Dublin 1, Dublin 6, Limerick or Cork.

There is also the option to have your session online via video chat on your computer, tablet or phone so there is minimal disruption to your busy schedule.

You don’t even have to leave your kitchen or bedroom to talk to someone at MyMind about any feelings or problems you are struggling with.

Talking to professional can help prepare you for the stresses on the horizon and give you the tools to cope with anything that comes your way.

Talk to a member of our team today by emailing hq@mymind.org or call us at 076 680 1060.

Or simply click on the button below to book an appointment at MyMind today for only €20.

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MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WORKING WITH Anxiety ISSUES:

Paul Mulcahy Psychotherapist Location: Online

Approach: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) , Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy , Person-Centred Therapy

Works with: Individual Session

Specialities: Anxiety , Bereavement , Chronic Illness , Depression , LGBT , Relationship issues , Stress

Next avaialble appointment: 14:00 01 October 2020

Wendy Van Der Velden Psychotherapist Location: Online

Approach: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) , Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy

Works with: Individual Session

Specialities: Anxiety , Bereavement , Depression , Self-Esteem , Stress

Next avaialble appointment: 17:00 29 September 2020

Agapi Kapeloni Psychotherapist Location: Online

Approach: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) , Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy , Person-Centred Therapy , Psychodynamic Therapy , Solution-Focused Brief Therapy , Systemic & Family Therapy

Works with: Individual Session , Couples Session , Family

Specialities: Addiction , Anger , Anxiety , Bereavement , Chronic Illness , Depression , Isolation/Loneliness , Panic , Personal Development , Relationship issues , Self Care , Self-Esteem , Sexual , Stress , Suicidal Ideation , Trauma , Work Issues, Work/Life balance

Next avaialble appointment: 9:00 30 September 2020

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