I have set up this dedicated Covid-19 page to offer any updates in terms of service availability. It’s also in an an effort to help support counselling clients through these challenging and unprecedented times. The Covid-19 pandemic is at the forefront of most people’s minds these days. It’s hard to conceive just how much our lives have changed since March of 2020. We have all been affected by Covid-19 – between social distancing, the many restrictions we’ve had to face and of course, the several lockdowns which we’ve endured.
Many clients and couples that come to me have been operating on a sort of survival mode, trying to cope as best they can, given the nature of this extraordinary situation. Coping in this way can only be sustainable for so long. People are now on the brink. It’s good to know when to reach out for help.
As we begin to engage differently with nature, I find that more and more clients are seeking out alternatives to traditional counselling and psychotherapy. Some people now feel uneasy within the confines of a therapy room. Perhaps they don’t wish to wear a mask or sit behind a perspex screen. Clients are looking for real connection. Nature-based Psychotherapy and counselling have been around for a long time, but due to Covid-19, they are quickly becoming mainstream. I have been seeing both individual counselling clients and couples in nature since 2017. Offering psychotherapy and counselling in the woods by campfire is my passion. I have created this website in a bid to help share what I do with the people of both Meath and Louth. Please click on the links to learn more about me or how I work. I look forward to meeting you by the fire!