Omobolaji Johnson-Oyetayo

Background and Experience

Omobolaji Johnson-Oyetayo is originally from Nigeria and has been living in Ireland for over 14 years, she is a mother of four sons.

Omobolaji holds an Honours degree in counselling and psychotherapy with ICHAS (Irish College of Humanity and Applied Science) through Griffith college Dublin. She works collaboratively with clients to empower them on their journey in other to achieve a sustainable and positive change. She creates a non-judgmental, confidential, strong, and trusting environment, bringing empathy and humor into her workspace and practice.

Omobolaji works with both male and female adults who are experiencing emotional distress. She provides both online and in person options for clients

She also works with SoSad (Save Our Sons and Daughters) on their suicide intervention helpline and is registered with APCP (Association of Professional Counsellors & Psychotherapists in Ireland).

Languages Spoken: English & Yoruba


Some Issues Omobolaji has worked with:

Depression
Anxiety
Stress
Trauma
Self-esteem
Bereavement & Loss
Family issues
Relationship issues

Clinical focus:

Self-esteem
Bereavement& Grief
Relationships


Treatment approach:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Psycho-dynamic Therapy
Person – Centered

Fee: Negotiable, please make contact for more information