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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Psychotherapy, and how can it help me?

Psychotherapy is a collaborative treatment approach that provides a supportive environment to explore and address emotional difficulties, interpersonal issues, and behavioural patterns. Through therapeutic techniques and interventions, psychotherapy can help you gain insight, develop coping skills, and make positive changes in your life.

2. How long does a Psychotherapy session last?

Each Psychotherapy session lasts 50 minutes.

3. How much does a Psychotherapy session cost?

Each session costs 60euro.

4. Are the sessions confidential?

Yes, confidentiality is maintained within the ethical guidelines of the National Association for Professional Counselling and Psychotherapy.

5. Will you give me advice and tell me what I should be doing?

No, therapists typically don't give direct advice or tell you what you should do. Instead, they work with you to explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Through this process, you'll gain insights and develop your understanding of yourself, your challenges, and your options for addressing them. Therapists are there to support and guide you as you discover your own solutions and make decisions that are right for you. It's about empowering you to tap into your own wisdom and resources to find the best path forward.

6. How often will I need to attend?

Sessions are weekly and I suggest to start with 6 sessions and then we can reassess your progress to determine if additional sessions are required or if you have met your goals.

7. Can I speak to you first before booking a session?

Yes, I offer a free 15 minutes clarity call where you can ask any questions you may have. We can also use this call to see if we are the right fix. 

8. How do I book a session?

You can contact me on 0866663019 or email elaineodwyertherapy@gmail.com. You can also go to the contact page and fill out the form.

If your question wasn't answered here please feel free to contact me and I can answer it for you.

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