Counselling and Support for Individuals and Families
“Seeking help is a sign of strength, not a sign of weakness.”
Sometimes in life, we face hurdles that prevent us from progressing and reaching our potential to lead a full life. We often face trials and difficulties in our homes, workplaces and our relationships. We may be stressed and anxious about a loved one, our financial situation or ourselves. We can get bogged down in the regrets of the past, the uncertainty of the future and the fear of the present. Whatever the issue is - there is one thing that is certain...
Your mental health is important and deserves to be given priority
It seems easier sometimes to bury our heads in getting on with things and surviving rather than facing the thoughts and feelings that emerge when we are on our own, alone in the silence.
We can often avoid this place by numbing out through the use of substances, like alcohol, or addictive behaviours, like overeating. We can begin to obsess and worry about the lives of others, giving us a "legitimate" reason to avoid our own difficult thoughts and feelings. These secondary coping behaviours can bring their own problems which may need addressing
If you are struggling with a personal or interpersonal relationships, have trouble sleeping due to stress, or feel hopeless and helpless in your life, make an appointment with Carnegie Counselling Swords today.
With a strong focus on providing a safe and confidential space, we can explore ways that will help you gain control of your life again by finding new approaches to your challenges.
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Making a decision to talk to a counsellor can be a very difficult one.
The first consultation session involves creating a contract together with the counsellor. In this session you get a chance to present the difficulties or issues you are struggling with.
This helps you to see if you connect with the counsellor and explore what you can get from the process of counselling.
Carnegie Counselling is funded by the North Dublin Regional Drugs and Alcohol Task Force to provide
How Can Counselling Help Me?
The Carnegie Counselling Centre Swords offers you such a space to speak to somebody who is skilled in listening can help you to reflect how to progress with issues or where you may be stuck in your life. Speaking to another person who is equipped with techniques and an understanding of psychological dynamics and constructs, can be of great benefit in the process of regaining control.
The first courageous step begins with you.