Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy , Psychodynamic Therapy , Person-Centred Therapy , Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
type of services:
Approach: Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy, Person-centred
Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
Qualification: Szilvia holds a Master's degree in Psychotherapy and a Higher Diploma
in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Szilvia works under the Code of Ethics and Practice from the Irish Association
of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP). She attends regular
supervision and is committed to her ongoing professional development.
Szilvia comes from a psychodynamic and a humanistic and integrative training
background, which has included person-centred, 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 deeper understanding of themselves and learn to accept
the various and unique aspects of who they are.
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 prioritizes this in order to promote change, healing and
growth. In her practice, she utilizes a range of therapeutic approaches tailored
to suit the individual needs of the client.
She is available for both short- and long-term work with clients. She works
with adults on a one-to-one basis.
Szilvia provides therapy in English.
Szilvia can support her clients with a wide range of issues such as:
Loss and bereavement
● Personal Development
● Bereavement / Loss
● Relationship issues