Approach: Humanistic and Integrated, Person Centered, Psycho-dynamic Psychotherapy
Qualification: Szilvia holds a Higher Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy from Dublin Business School, where she is currently working towards her master’s degree in Psychotherapy. She also has a Master of Arts for teaching French literature and linguistics.
Szilvia comes from a humanistic, psychodynamic and integrative training background, which has included existential and Gestalt approaches. Her work is focused on creating a warm and safe environment, where clients can explore their life experiences and personal difficulties. In this space, they can build a better understanding of themselves and find personal acceptance.
Szilvia believes that everyone deserves the chance to get professional support when needed, and she provides this within a non-judgmental, confidential environment. She sees the quality of the therapeutic relationship as central to psychotherapy and prioritises this in order to promote change, healing and growth.
She has a special interest in the mind-body connection and the positive effects of exploring and processing painful emotions, which facilitates mental well-being as well as the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
Szilvia is available for both short- and long-term work with clients. She works with adults on a one-to-one basis. She attends regular training supervision and is committed to her ongoing professional development.
Szilvia can support her clients with a wide range of issues such as:
- Low self-esteem
- Loss and bereavement
- Personal development
- Building resilience
- Relationship issues