O'Shea Margaret

Phone: 0646633914

Mobile: 0872833463

Email business

www.counsellingkillarney.ie

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O'Shea Margaret
Category: Relationships & Dating

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Phone
0646633914
Mobile
0872833463
Email
Email business
Website
www.counsellingkillarney.ie
www.counsellingkillarney.ie/contact
Opening Hours
Monday - Sunday: Closed
Address
Bunrower Lodge Ross Rd, Killarney Killarney, Kerry V93 P6E4
 

Depression Counselling/Therapy

Anxiety Counselling/Therapy

Sexuality Counselling/Therapy


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For over twenty one years I have been helping individuals, couples and children experiencing difficulties in coping with anxieties arising from a wide range of situations including sexuality and relationships, bereavement, addiction, abuse, childhood, parenting and adolescence. I work from my home in Ross Road, Killarney providing a confidential, person centred and non-judgmental counselling and support service.

Anxiety can be experienced by anyone of any age. Nobody is immune. It is the ailment of our times. But it is also the body's way of asking for help. Unsupported it can develop into panic attacks and/or depression but with the right kind of support it can be the beginning of a powerful inner journey.

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    For over twenty one years I have been helping individuals, couples and children experiencing difficulties in coping with anxieties arising from a wide range of situations including sexuality and relationships, bereavement, addiction, abuse, childhood, parenting and adolescence. I work from my home in Ross Road, Killarney providing a confidential, person centred and non-judgmental counselling and support service.

    Anxiety can be experienced by anyone of any age. Nobody is immune. It is the ailment of our times. But it is also the body's way of asking for help. Unsupported it can develop into panic attacks and/or depression but with the right kind of support it can be the beginning of a powerful inner journey.

O'Shea Margaret's Keywords

Depression Counselling/Therapy | Anxiety Counselling/Therapy | Sexuality Counselling/Therapy | Bereavement Counselling/Therapy | Relationships & Dating | Mental & Behavioral Health

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