Life is challenging. It brings unexpected events and hardship.
We experience trauma, anxiety, loss and loneliness, but life can also be manageable. It can be full of unexpected joy and support from others. How we manage our challenges allows us to experience the joy of living fuller lives.
Psychotherapy supports us to identify why and how these challenges occur and gives us the skills to work through them. It is a confidential space where we can bring our feelings and thoughts to be explored through a non-judgemental approach.
DvT psychotherapy is a creative therapy approach using the mind and body to get in touch with feelings and behaviour. With thirty years of clinical application DvT has a proven record of successful work across all developmental stages: Young children, youths, adults and the elderly.
In a DvT session the therapist will both verbally and physically interact with the client in a sensitive and respectful manner. This enables the client to realise their anxieties within their own body. This body awareness develops cogitative skills allowing improved responses to the challenges we encounter.
Maggie works in a private practice clinic in Dublin:
Willow Tree Child and Family Centre – 80 Malahide rd Clontarf. click here for centre information.
St Finian’s Primary School Finglas Co Dublin.
Maggie is also on clinical placement at:
CAMHS Linndara Cherry Orchard, Ballyfermot
Greystones Family Resource Centre