Counseling & Psychotherapy

What is Counselling?

Counseling typically focuses on a current problem or crisis and taking steps to address or resolve it.

These issues are primarily explored based on their impact on the present life of the client.

My role here is to be a support and guide to clients. This allows clients to discover their own answers to these situations and to decide on the actions they choose to take around them.

This work is generally short-term. It can last from six weeks up to one year.


Psychotherapy, like counselling, is based on a healing relationship between a therapist and client.

However, while counseling focuses on individual problems; psychotherapy aims to resolve underlying issues that sustain ongoing problems in a person’s life. In this process, one’s unconscious, childhood, and recurring feeling are often seen as crucial.

This type of work may involve exploring the past and its impact on the present. This helps the client and me as the therapist to identify the unconscious core beliefs and patterns of behavior that are being repeated throughout life. It also gives the client a choice on how to live their life. Psychotherapy tends to be longer term.


Individual Counselling / Psychotherapy


Price based per hour

Presenting Issues


Relationship Issues


Grief & Loss


Low Self Esteem




Anxiety & Stress


Body & Awareness




Family Dynamics


Developmental Trauma


Anger Management




Issues of Violence

What Clients Say

  • I am a psychotherapist and have worked with Siobhan as my supervisor for over three years. This relationship has played a pivotal role in molding my therapeutic stance and guiding my clinical practice. As a supervisor Siobhan fosters an environment of collaborative exploration from a position of offering support, challenges, encouragement, and therapeutic wisdom. I have always looked forward to my supervision sessions with Siobhan.

  • Starting a journey with Siobhan has been crucial in my life path. When l first met her l was broken in pieces and felt very vulnerable, but with her nice and positive attitude she helped me to build trust again. Little by little l started to explore my inner sides and became more and more aware of my mechanisms, my needs and myself. I learnt to listen deeply to my inner self, let things go and make choices that were really good for me. She has always been really professional, compassionate and reassuring with a great attention to my feelings. l was always looking forward for her sessions and felt free and relaxed after each of them. Also the nice environment she sets makes clients very comfortable and easy to talk and open up. I am at a new stage of my life, completely fulfilled with love and happiness, and l will always be thankful to her for her guidance. I would recommend her to anyone needs someone caring to talk to. She will make your way!

    Fillippa - 39
  • I went to therapy as a last resort. I didn’t want to go for help. I didn’t like myself or even know what I really wanted out of life. I was very shy and afraid to say no to people around me. Siobhan helped me to begin to say no and notice why I even wanted to say no. I began to understand my family situation. I am a different person with a different outlook on life now.

  • When I decided to go for counselling, I was really terrified as I had never done any type of inner work before. I thought there must be something wrong with me if I needed to talk to someone to help me out. However, I was met with openness and warmth when I first went in the door to Siobhan. She helped me to see that it was ok to not be ok and that my depression was there for a reason. I learned a lot about my family, my past and my motivations for the future. I began to understand myself and sort out who I am what I want from life. Siobhan was professional, normal and taught me to allow myself to be me.