I would like to wish all my clients, supervisees and students a very Happy Christmas. Much thanks also to my colleagues and Hakomi Ireland for all their support, learning and friendship in 2018.
CErtificate received upon completion of the GDPR course for my EAP clients with Spectrum Wellness( 23rd May 2018)
As much as I enjoy being a Psychotherapist and Lecturer, I thoroughly enjoy my role as a Supervisor. It is part of our ethical practice to ensure we bring our work to supervision. Indeed, it is a stipulation of our governing bodies.
It can be a challenging experience for the Student Therapist as they begin their college’s clinical hours’ requirement. I enjoy being part of the journey that students are about to embark upon; supporting them by providing supervision throughout their college years.
The Pre-Accredited Therapist, having completed the educational aspect of their Psychotherapy career now begin their governing body’s clinical requirement towards accreditation. I offer a supporting supervision space while they make this transition.
The Accredited Therapist requires supervision as they build their practice. It is an exciting time having achieved qualifications and accreditation. I believe my supervision can support their practice development experience as well as their case work concerns.
There are many Care Professionals outside the counselling world who can benefit from clinical supervision. I offer this support and find it can be very beneficial to have outside support with an external supervisor like myself.
If you require further information about by Supervision service, please have a look at the relevant page on my website. You also may contact me by telephone or email as I am happy to discuss with you your supervision requirements.
Clodagh Monaghan MIACP, Post Grad. Dip. Supervision
Clodagh Monaghan Counselling & Psychotherapy Accredited (MIACP) Counsellor / Psychotherapist / Supervisor
“Are you looking for an Accredited Counsellor or an Accredited Supervisor in Dublin? Welcome to my website, Clodagh Monaghan Counselling & Psychotherapy, a Counselling/Supervision practice based in Dublin 2 & Dublin 7."
Clodagh Monaghan is passionate about providing all of her clients with a safe and confidential space where they can explore what is not working for them in their life right now and support them through this experience.
Clodagh has a wealth of experience in the field and works with clients experiencing anxiety, workplace issues, trauma, relationships, stress, self-harm, sexual abuse as well as mental, emotional and physical abuse among many other issues.
Clodagh’s approach to counselling is tailored specifically to her clients, meeting their needs and bringing the desired changes they want in their life. She also works from a holistic viewpoint as she appreciates the connection between mind, body and spirit.
By working with Clodagh, an Accredited Counsellor/Supervisor in Dublin, you will be able to identify your issues and address them in a safe environment. She believes that everyone has the ability to become the person they want to be, and her role is to facilitate this transition. The session last 50 minutes and prices start at €50 for students. More information on her fees and services is available on her website.
If you would like to work with an Accredited Counsellor/Supervisor in Dublin, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Clodagh Monaghan today. Give her a call on 086 803 4888 or send an email to email@example.com and she will get back to you within 24 hours .
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Clodagh Monaghan MIACP 23/05/18
General Data Protection Regulation The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force on the 25th May 2018, replacing the existing data protection framework under the EU Data Protection Directive.
Clodagh Monaghan of Clodagh Monaghan Counselling & Psychotherapy wishes to state that she will be following all the necessary guidelines to insure the protection of data. Regular posts to the Blog section of this website will publish this process.
Clodagh Monaghan MIACP
23rd May 2018
Are you looking for Anxiety Counselling in Dublin? If the answer to that question is yes, you need to visit the Clodagh Monaghan Counselling & Psychotherapy website today.
She is a dedicated individual that has been in the caring profession since she volunteered for the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre’s Helpline in 2000 and has been in the Counselling world ever since. She is also an Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor with the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. This means she has achieved the correct qualifications and clinical experience to be recognised as a validated practitioner.
Clodagh has a Person-Centred / Cognitive Behavioral Therapeutic / Somatic approach to her Anxiety Counselling in Dublin. She believes everyone has the ability inside to become the person they want to be, and it is her role to facilitate this transition. Her approach to counselling is tailored specifically to her clients, meeting their needs and bringing the desired changes they want in their life. She also works from a holistic viewpoint as she appreciates the connection between mind, body and spirit.
Clodagh Monaghan understands the problems you may be facing when it comes to anxiety, as sometimes it can be a very overwhelming experience and difficult to manage. Whether it is an existing issue, ruminating about the past or indeed the future, the effect is the same and constantly feeling like this can be debilitating and exhausting. Often, Clodagh’s clients are unaware of the causes of the anxiety and this can be frightening and confusing. In her work she finds that clients learn to gain control and get relief from anxiety through sharing their experiences.
If you are interested in partaking in Anxiety Counselling in Dublin, please feel free to contact Clodagh today.
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I am an Accredited Therapist & Supervisor working in Dublin and I am in the fortunate position to offer my counselling service both sides of the River Liffey.
In Dublin 2, my rooms are in very close proximity to St Stephen’s Green with the convenience of the Luas, Dublin Bus & ample parking facilities nearby. Across the river, my Dublin 7 rooms are in Phibsborough, a stone’s throw from the Mater Hospital. The new Luas extension is practically on my doorstep as is Dublin Bus with parking right outside the front door.
I believe that qualifications and experience in the counselling profession are not enough to ensure best practice. It also about the therapeutic space provided to the client/supervisee. Please see below relevant quotes from my website reflecting my ethos.
“I create a safe place where you can feel heard and your experiences acknowledged and valued rather than judged. I understand that it is difficult to reveal all to someone you don’t know yet so I am patient and will go at your pace.”
“Whatever is happening to you right now is your experience, it is relevant in your life therefore it is important.”
“Please ignore the myth that the counsellor sits there and says nothing. I will encourage you to speak and explore your thoughts, feelings and coping behaviours regarding the issues you have brought to counselling.”
I work with the many different issues that people may be experiencing. I like to work with an integrative holistic approach. This means that I incorporate all dimensions of my clients … mind, body and spirit. I understand that what might be helpful for one person might not necessary suit another. My counselling approach can meet your unique needs and bring about the desired changes in your life.
I look forward to meeting you.
Please contact me for an appointment
Tel : 086 8034888
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org