Trish Mac Hale Counsellor and Psychotherapist Galway

Trisha MacHale

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Training and Accreditation

Trisha holds a Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy from the Tivoli Institute and a Masters in Psychotherapy studies from the University of Sheffield.
She also holds a postgraduate diploma in supervision.

Trisha is an accredited psychotherapist and Supervisor with the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy. (IAHIP).

Counseling Approach

Trisha is a psychodynamic therapist who works from a humanistic and integrative approach.  This approach works with allowing a person’s awareness to develop by using a variety of active techniques to facilitate each individual’s needs.

She believes that the relationship between the therapist and client is central to the therapeutic process.   Trisha, therefore, aims to provide a safe and confidential space to explore the feelings that may prompt people to seek therapy and the issues that underlay them.

Experience and Areas of expertise

Trisha works with a wide variety of issues including self-esteem, depression, anxiety, loss, and trauma. She has a particular interest in working with people experiencing difficulties in relationships, family dynamics, and life changes or transitions.

Trisha has worked in private practice in Galway since 2006. She has worked as a group facilitator and group supervisor for the Tivoli Institute and currently works as a group facilitator on the Doctorate programme in Trinity College Dublin.

She is available for individual therapy and as a supervisor for trainee and practicing psychotherapists.

Trisha’s fee is €70 per session

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