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Relationships go through different phases over the course of their existence, with some of these phases bringing more challenges than others. At times relationships can feel fractured and conflicted, with arguments and distance replacing previous feelings of intimacy and support.
The causes of relationship difficulties can be wide ranging, with factors that include stress regarding either (or both) partners’ families, work stress, disagreements regarding parenting, one or both partners not feeling valued or appreciated, infidelity, addiction, and mental health difficulties being among the most commonly seen.
Other relationships like those with family members, friends and work colleagues can also be a source of stress in one’s life, and it is important to acknowledge this and get support if you feel your relationships are affecting your mental health in a negative way.
Our Relationships Clinic
Therapeutic intervention has been proven to be significantly effective in helping individuals to work through difficulties within their relationships with their partner, family members, or other key people in their life.
Through individual therapy, you will work with your therapist to understand your own position within these relationships in your own life.
Our Relationships Clinic also provides specialised couples counselling that is tailored to helping people work through their issues in a healthy and productive way.
We have a team of fully registered and highly experienced therapists that specialise in treating relationship difficulties, and can provide both individual and couples counselling, either online or in-person.
Relationship Issues We Treat
We provide specialised therapeutic treatment for varying severities of the below relationship related issues:
Sex and Intimacy
Mild issues with relationships with parents, friends and partners
How It Works
At Centric Mental Health we know that starting couples counselling or therapy for other relationship issues can be daunting, and it can be hard to know where to start.
This is why we take care of those beginning steps for you by matching you with the specific service and therapist that is most suitable for your needs.
Find out more about the simple steps below!
Our Relationships Clinic Team
The following are a selection of our clinicians with particular expertise in the area of relationships and couples counselling.
Philippa Carroll, Psychotherapist, APPI, ICP
Philippa works a primarily psychoanalytic perspective to help clients understand and resolve their difficulties by increasing self-awareness and recognising their own influence over relationships both past and present.
Declan Gernon, Psychotherapist, MIACP
Declan uses a blended approach between humanistic and psychodynamic modalities to co-create a therapy dynamic that is individualised for each client, and allows them to work through their relationship difficulties in a healthy way.
Donal Reilly, Psychotherapist, FTAI, ICP
Donal is specifically trained in systemic therapy. This approach focuses on the individual in the context of their relationships with others, and recognises that an individual is not isolated but is part of a larger system such as family, couple, community, etc.
Our Relationship Clinic Locations
We have relationship clinics in all of the following locations:
Dublin – 10+ locations across North and South
We can also provide online counselling for relationship issues, which can be accessed from anywhere in Ireland. Get in touch to find out more or to make an appointment.