Approaches: Integrative Psychotherapy
Angela Amirault’s style is to work collaboratively with clients so they feel safe, connected and supported. In this space you can go from lonely and unheard to hopeful, happy and ready to make positive changes.
Angela was born in Canada but has called Ireland home for almost a decade. She has a degree in Psychology and a Graduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from Dublin City University (DCU). She is fully accredited by the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) and also has certificates in Art Therapy and Mindfulness. Along with 5 years experience working with clients, she also offers workshops and talks on emotional awareness and personal development.
An integrative psychotherapy approach means that Angela uses a range of theories that focus on the importance of the relationship between herself and her clients. By building trust the client is able to share even their most difficult experiences, resulting in them feeling less alone.
In her experience working with clients and facilitating workshops, Angela has seen that many people suffer from a lack of self love which causes them to fall into negative patterns. Having a supportive, non-judgemental listener can change the belief that you’re not good enough.
Therapy can help people in a very positive way and Angela is passionate about being part of this life changing process.
A list of Angela Amirault’s issues of specialisation:
- Self Harm
- Postnatal Depression
- Low Self Esteem
- Bipolar Disorder
- Grief caused by: end of relationship, loss of job, loss of abilities, major life change, death of friend, family member or pet.
- Eating Disorders