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Kayla Niblock

Kayla Niblock

Psychotherapist

Qualification: Pre accredited member of APCP - MBR10972

Location: Online , Dublin 1

Face To Face

Face to Face

Video

Online

Phone

Phone

Approaches:

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) , Person-Centred Therapy



type of services:

Working with:

Individual Session

Age From:

12



About me:

Kayla has successfully completed a Masters in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with the Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences. Kayla has also completed a degree in Social Care with St. Patricks College Carlow.

Kayla provided continuous support to people in order to help them gain healthier coping skills for the difficulties that they are facing within their lives. Kayla is now working with both young people and adults, using CBT to help people create a happier life for themselves.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy looks at how the mind and body works by examining the person’s thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, also known as CBT, is a goal-orientated therapy that examines the difficulties that each person is experiencing in their daily lives. CBT also includes learning new coping skills to help people learn different ways of managing their emotions, thoughts and behaviours in their everyday lives. Kayla is aware that each individual is different, therefore, therapy sessions are adapted in order to suit each person’s needs and desires. Kayla is a relaxed professional that provides a calm space for individuals in order to help individuals begin their therapeutic journey.

Kayla works with clients presenting with difficulties such as:
Anxiety
Depression
Loss and Grief
Addictions
OCD
PTSD
Suicide Ideation
Abuse
Stress


languages:

English


specialities:

Anxiety

Addiction

Bereavement / Loss

Depression

Domestic Violence / Abuse

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Stress

Suicidal Ideation / Self Harm