A confidential space to explore the thoughts, feelings and challenges in your life


There are many factors that can affect our satisfaction in life. Individuals often feel distressed, confused or lost long before they enter Therapy. 


It can be a courageous step to turn to a Therapist for support. Therapy offers a space where you can uncover your inner strengths and identify life goals.


We can help with anxiety, depression, stress, anger problems, sexuality issues, panic attacks, low self-esteem, grief, addiction and relationship issues.

Expert advice from an experienced Psychotherapist on a diverse range of issues in relation to adults, children and adolescents. 

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP)

DDP provides a framework for supporting looked after and adopted children to recover from trauma through the parenting and support they receive supplemented by therapy. This approach assists therapists and professionals to understand and effectively support children, young people and their families. In this model, theory and research in the areas of developmental trauma, attachment theory, intersubjectivity and child development are integrated to produce a therapeutic approach used for relationship development and trauma resolution. DDP recognises the vital role which adoptive parents, foster carers and residential workers play as primary attachment figures in the recovery of traumatised, attachment-resistant children.

Couples Therapy 

Couples and relationships are exposed to more and more pressures and stresses today as we all aware. This can lead to worries and anxiety relating to emotional issues, financial concerns, social and sexual issues that ultimately affect both partners in a relationship. These external forces can compound problems within the relationship such as doubts, fears, anger, frustrations and unfaithfulness.

With such a great number of possible stresses on a relationship it is important for the couple to understand their own position in relation to these worries in an effort to work through them.

Adolescent Counselling 

Aimed at young people to help them make sense of their feelings, behaviours and thoughts and entails the use of unique techniques that draw out the expressive nature of a young person. As any parent knows, raising children can be fraught with challenges. While every stage of development has its difficulties, adolescence is certainly one of the most troublesome for parents to navigate and this can become even more tortuous if the teen is experiencing emotional distress. As parents we can often get caught up in the emotional storms that overwhelm our children. Sometimes teenagers are at high risk of such behaviours as drug or alcohol abuse, violence, crippling anxiety, dropping out of school, crisis pregnancy depression or suicide? Therapy can help your child / adolescent by offering another way to express and process these sometimes overwhelming feelings in a safe way and contained way.

Online Counselling 

An alternative to the traditional face to face counselling, wherein, professional counselling services are provided through the use of internet. These services are mainly offered via zoom, Microsoft teams or FaceTime.

Adult Counselling

Are you in a space where you feel anxious, frustrated or depressed. Do you feel lost or stuck in your life? Are you letting fear or sadness keep you from moving forward? Do you find yourself feeling unfulfilled, unmotivated or held back in your relationships or pursuits in some way?  If so why not take some time to talk which can help you create new ways to manage your struggles.  

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP)

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Patrick Cahill  - MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy


Patrick Cahill, MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy
Professional Training & Qualifications:
MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy
Degree in Social Care
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Level 1&2
DDP Nurturing Attachments

Practice Areas

Patrick has a long established private practice and has spent a number of years working between Dublin, Cavan, Monaghan, and Dundalk for Tusla Child and Family agency with children, adolescents and adults with mental health difficulties.

Patrick qualified with an Honour’s Master of Science in Integrative Psychotherapy from Dublin City University in 2015. He is an accredited member of the Irish association of counselling and psychotherapy.


Patrick brings an integrative approach to his work with individuals, young people and families. Integrative psychotherapy takes the view that there is no single approach that can treat each family or individual in all situations. Integrative Psychotherapy takes into account many views of human functioning which include psychodynamic, client-centered, cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, dialectical behaviour therapy, Gestalt therapy and body-psychotherapies. Patrick has a particular interest in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy and is currently working with a number of families using the DDP principles.

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