nothing happens in isolation
Every marriage and relationship runs in to difficulty at some point. Some periods of time are more difficult for a couple than others.
External factors such as children, financial pressures, infidelity, and family stress can drastically alter the dynamic of a couple.
Even more importantly are the historical experiences of each partner. Previous events shape us all, creating conditions for any future relationships and sexual encounters.Speak to a Therapist
treatment you can trust
Our Couple’s Therapists
As a clinic we’re not a mish-mash of different styles or levels of training. We all hold at least one relevant masters degree. We’re all psychoanalytic psychotherapists, too.
There’s a reason why in many countries when therapists are seeking therapy themselves they see a psychoanalyst. Our training, technique and method is considered as in-depth as it gets.
On top of that, we’re all full-time therapists. This is what we do. Day in, day out. It’s how we live.See a Psychotherapist
Why Couple’s Therapy?
Working in tandem with a professional couple’s therapist can help to identify and articulate difficulties in a relationship.
Couples counselling is not about introducing a judge or referee. Neither is it to attempt to keep a couple together relentlessly.
Instead, the aim is to acknowledge and work on emotional difficulties experienced in a relationship. Moving couples forward in whatever way they can.Get Started
an Other way
We are a patient-first professional counselling & psychotherapy clinic.
Psychoanalytically trained. Dublin based.
Hold Masters Degrees
Combined years of experience