Caroline Crotty works with adults and adolescents at 23 Sullivan's Quay, Cork City. When people come for therapy (counselling/psychotherapy) it can be because they are experiencing issues or difficulties or want to make changes in their life and don't know where to start or it can simply be becuase they want someone to listen while they off-load, safe in the knowledge that what they have said will not be repeated outside the therapy room.
Therapy allows you an opportunity to discuss whatever is on your mind, it gives you time to explore difficult feelings or thoughts and you won't ever be judged. Therapy helps you to deal with specific problems, cope with crises, improve relationships or develop better ways of living and coping.
You might decide to give counselling a try because of a relationship breakdown, bereavement or redundancy. Or you may want some help to overcome feelings of sadness, depression, anxiety or low self-esteem. Sometimes it can be easier to talk about personal, family or relationship issues with a person who is independent of your friends and family, a professional therapist. Therapists like Caroline Crotty are trained to be non-judgemental, confidential and supportive.
Caroline's areas of professional interest include abuse; addiction; anger; anxiety; depression; employment issues; family member difficulties; loss; relationship difficulties; self-esteem; sexuality; stress.
Caroline Crotty BSocSc MA
Mobile: 087 710 7032 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org