Approach: Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy, Client-Centred Psychotherapy and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Rachel is a Certified Associate of IAHIP and abides by the Code of Ethics and Practice.
Rachel completed her training in Dublin Business School and currently holds a Higher Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy as well as a Masters in Psychotherapy from DBS. She also has a B.A. in Sociology from Trinity College Dublin.
Rachel offers a warm and empathetic approach to therapy, providing a confidential and supportive space to explore your issues or struggles you may be having with your emotions, and to explore repeated patterns in your life. Her training in Humanistic -Integrative and Psychodynamic psychotherapy means the unique needs of each client always remain the central focus of her work, whatever they may be, and she combines relevant theories and therapeutic approaches to suit these needs. This way of working helps establish a healthy balance between mind, emotions, and body and increases awareness about the ways we relate to ourselves and others in our lives. Rachel will listen to your story from your perspective. Without judgement, she supports her clients to explore those past experiences and relationships that shape and influence the way we experience our lives today.
Rachel works with many issues such as:
- General Counselling – seeking support, understanding, positive changes, exploring meaning purpose in life
- Anxiety and Depression
- Relationship Issues
- Emotional Struggles
- Self-criticism, Low self-worth
- Stress and Burnout
- Identity Issues- cultural, sexual, gender
- Self harm
- Suicide, suicidal ideation