Sean Daly

Frame Right

Sean D. Daly MBPsS. M.Sc. BA. (hons) Psychology. Dip. Counselling and Psychotherapy

Psychologist, Counsellor and Psychotherapist. Masters M.Sc. specializing in Neuropsychology. B.A. in Psychology (Honours) DCU. Post grad. Systemic Family Therapy Mater Misericordiae Hospital. Dip. Counselling and Psychotherapy, Middlesex University. BPS registered for Level A and Level B Ability and Personality Assessment. Fully accredited member IACP.

How Therapy Can Help…

Our emotions dictate and determine how we see the world. When you have control over your emotions you have control over your behaviour. When we become anxious, distressed, depressed or living in fear, the rational part of our brain is suppressed and the emotional brain takes over. We become time travellers trapped in the past ruminating, worrying, restless and agitated, driving us to despair with guilt, shame, secrets and unresolved business.

Glimpses of the future may be glimpses of catastrophe, hopelessness and emptiness.  As your counsellor I am here to listen to you, to guide you and to bring to your awareness alternative ways of being in the world. Collaborative counselling can bring insight and access to your imagination and your own forgotten inner strengths. You can change your life trajectory. You can find your personal path and spread it with peace, well-being, balance and spiritual wholeness.

Areas I Can Help You With Include:

  • Relationship Problems + Anger Management + Anxiety
  • Social Anxiety + Depression +Grief +Loss and Pet Loss
  • Bereavement + Parenting difficulties
  • Low self-esteem + Post Traumatic Stress + ADHD and  Addiction

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT):

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is brief and time-limited. Over the course of our one-to-one sessions you will learn how to become your own therapist. You will be given the tools to help you become your own person. To take charge of your life. To understand why you, and only you, have brought yourself to this place at this point in time. To accept that everyone is responsible for their own behaviour.