Agata Canning, MA in Psychotherapy, MIACP

I discovered that what brings most of my clients to therapy is a sense of embarrassment and fear about not being good enough, smart enough, or strong enough, to handle the difficulties in their lives. Together we explore and discover beliefs and emotions that limit happiness and freedom. The resulting awareness begins a natural process of change resulting in a sense of connection with your inner wisdom. I help people become curious, compassionate observers and attentive listeners to their own experience. I hope to offer support, insight and a safe space in which to process, heal and grow.

I am an Integrative and Humanistic Psychotherapist, accredited with the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Originally from Poland, I welcome both English and Polish speaking clients.

I draw from training in several different theoretical approaches, all integrated through a focus on mindfulness. These approaches include: Person-Centred Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Gestalt.

I have experience in helping people who struggle to cope with stress, feel stuck and unsatisfied with their lives, are overwhelmed with loss, sadness or anger, have been diagnosed with anxiety or depression.