Therapeutic services for adults, children and couples
Covid-19 & Moving Address Updates
We have recently moved our office to 8 Fair Street, Drogheda. We'd like to thank all at Ardmell Clinic for making us feel so welcome during our time there.
We are again offering in person appointments, whilst obeying social distancing. We also offer phone and video chat (Skype or Whatsapp) sessions. Please contact us to find out more information.
At Callaghan Counselling and ABA Services, you can speak to a fully qualified and accredited psychotherapist in a confidential, professional and sensitive setting. If you feel that counselling is something you would like to explore, please contact us today via phone call, email or sms. Flexible appointment times are available.
Many of us will at some point in our life experience a strain placed on our mental health. This can manifest in any number of ways and may perhaps stem from an issue which has concerned us for most of our life, or be the result of an unexpected experience that has left us struggling to cope.
Sometimes the best way to take steps towards positive mental health is to take action - be it making changes in your day to day life, or talking to someone about how you are feeling. There may be times when the support of those around you (friends, family, colleagues, etc.) is not enough, or perhaps you feel you can't bring particularly sensitive issues to them. In such circumstances professional support may be required and this is where collaborating with a trained therapist can help.
Perhaps you are concerned that your child is exhibiting problem behaviour. Applied Behaviour Analysis can offer interventions for a number of problems like sleep and eating issues, tantrum behaviour, anger/aggression and social skills. Such interventions can also be utilised with older children with issues like screen addiction, substance misuse and self-harm.
Difficulty managing our psychological stress can lead us to developing coping strategies that over time can create problems for us in our lives and relationships. Such strategies may perhaps manifest for example, as unhealthy behaviours, depression, anxiety, anger, isolation, eating disorder, low self-esteem and much more.
How Counselling Works
To learn more about how counselling works and how it may be of benefit to you, click the link below.
What is ABA?
To learn more about how Applied Behavioural Analysis could help you or a family member, click the link below.
Issues that you may like to discuss in counselling:
Child & Adolescent Behaviour Therapy
Self - Esteem
+ many more
Applied Behaviour Analysis can help with the following issues:
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