Welcome to State of Mind Counselling & Psychotherapy & Psychotherapy
When facing problems and difficulties, it can be very useful to talk to someone outside your circle of friends, family, and colleagues. Usually, people seek help from a trained and experienced counsellor and psychotherapist. State of Mind Counselling & Psychotherapy & Psychotherapy provides you with a safe space to examine your issues, create goals and targets, and teach you the tools to effectively achieve these goals.
State of Mind Counselling & Psychotherapy is based in Ballymahon, Co. Longford. Our mission here at State of Mind Counselling & Psychotherapy is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for individuals where they can discuss their problems, emotions, and thoughts in confidence and receive a professional and effective counselling and psychotherapy service. We strive to provide these services in an affordable manner. Our goal is to try and improve the mental health of the wider population by promoting positive mental health and well-being, educating the population on how to cope with and resolve mental health problems, and support the people who need it. Indeed, we treat anything that life may bring your way.
Whether you are an individual or a couple, State of Mind Counselling & Psychotherapy provides a safe, calm place, where you can talk about your problems, and where you will feel listened to and understood.
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Areas of Treatment
Abuse, Anger Management, Anxiety, Bereavement, Couples, Conflict Resolution, CBT, Mindfulness, Meditation, Depression, Disability, Fears, Phobias, General Counselling, Health Related Issues, Life Coaching, Finding out Lifes Direction, Dealing with Depression & Stress, Loss, Mens Issues, Mental Health Issues, Post-Traumatic Stress, Redundancy, Relationships, Self Esteem / Confidence, Sexual Orientation, Transgender / Gender Variance, Spirituality, Stress, Trauma, Professional Nursing Related Issues, Healthcare Assistant Issues, Psychodynamics, Seperation, Divorce and many more
Counselling & Psychotherapy
At State of Mind Counselling & Psychotherapy we offer private and confidential one-to-one counselling and psychotherapy which aims to address mental health issues, anxiety, depression and indeed anything that is causing you distress
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Integrating (MBCT)
State of Mind Counselling & Psychotherapy provides Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) which is a common type of talk therapy (psychotherapy). You work with a mental health counsellor & psychotherapist in a structured way, attending a number of sessions.
At State of Mind Counselling & Psychotherapy, you are not alone in feeling something is not right with your relationship. Maybe there have been some warning signs. One in five women in Ireland is affected by domestic violence. We hear from women every day who are living in fear of their boyfriends, husbands and partners. Sometimes, they are experiencing abuse after the relationship has ended.
Counselling & Psychotherapy
At State of Mind Counselling & Psychotherapy, we specialise in counselling and psychotherapy for the LGBTQ+ Community. We provide a safe space where privacy and confidentiality is guaranteed.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Where is your office located?
State of Mind Counselling & Psychotherapy is located in Ballymahon, Co. Longford. We will provide you with exact directions once you book your first appointment.
How long is a therapy sessions?
Your initial session will be 60 minutes long. During this session we will discuss your reasons for visiting a counsellor and what you hope to achieve. Based in this assessment we will then schedule either 60 minute appointments or 90 minute appointments.
How often should I schedule a counselling sessions?
We recommend attending a session once a week. This will give you time to work on what we’ve discussed during the sessions. As you progress this can then be reduced to once every two weeks.