Yes, you need to register either online here or by calling the office on +353 76 680 1060.
Once you have registered, you can book an appointment with one of our mental health professionals by following our “Book Appointment” procedure.
Yes, there is a charge for your session. MyMind provides affordable services which means our fees are lower than most private practices. MyMind offers a scale of rates based on employment with reduced rates available for those who are not in full time employment.
At the very beginning we strongly recommend you to book just one session for an initial consultation. During your first session with a mental health professional, you will talk about your goals for further appointments.
MyMind offers face to face sessions with mental health professionals in our four centres in Dublin, Cork and Limerick. If you cannot make it to one of our centres, you can also have video sessions online. You can find out more about this through MyMind Online.
You can make an appointment in one of our locations or online by scheduling the appointment through our registration system.
You can have a session with a professional within just a few days of making the initial contact with MyMind. This is an important aspect of our accessible service as an early intervention can result in improved mental health well-being.
Yes, you can support us by making a donation via PayPal: Donate session to MyMind
Or using the traditional methods by paying directly to our bank account:
Bank Name: AIB
Branch: 52 Upper Baggot Street
Account Name: MyMind
Account Number: 137-85-035
Sort Code: 93-10-63
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