There are a number of different school’s of psychotherapy and clients often see a therapist unsure of how they may work.
This can sometimes be a factor in early drop out of therapy. This UK article from the telegraph looks at the issue of how to choose the right therapist for you.
An article from the Washington post that looks at a different approach to helping mothers and their families as well as trying to offset the risks of post natal depression.
Counselling & Psychotherapy are identified as a resource that could assist Mums dealing with this massive life event and any possible risks of anxiety and depression linked to it. The approach of doing before birth is the key rather than waiting to see what happens after.
Students are proven to be a particularly vulnerable population in relation to mental health concerns. The below articles stresses the limitations Irish third levels institutions have in relation to supporting students in distress with counselling.
Please make contact here if the above issues affect you, talktherapy.ie provides affordable & accessible counselling options without waiting list limitations.
A useful article highlighting some of the options available for those looking for free or low cost counselling/therapy support in Ireland.
For more information feel free to contact us and make use of the free information service from Talk Therapy Dublin which provides access and information on low cost counselling & psychotherapy services across Dublin.
Client often report having difficulty finding the right services and indeed the right therapist when in a state of distress. Often GP’s and many other services are just as confused.
Here is an informative article for those considering starting Psychotherapy from the Irish Times