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Help is Available During the Lockdown

Patrick Plant is intensely aware that many of you are suffering increased stress and anxiety during the current Corona Virus lock-down due to the uncertainty or feeling alone or isolated.

Because of the restrictions we have had to curtail our face to face consultations with clients, but like many services during this fearful and uncertain period we are available in the virtual world of the internet.

Clients, both existing or new, are invited to contact us through the telephone or email details below or on our contact page, or indeed by completing the short contact form. We can then send you an invite to a secure on-line Zoom meeting or if you prefer a consultation by telephone.

We are here to help you get through this and to find happier times when we emerge on the other side.

"Mental Strength is not the ability to stay out of the darkness, it's the ability to sit present in the darkness knowing that the light will shine again"
Anon

Our Mission

If you are seeking help, often times it can be an overwhelming and humbling experience. Finding a therapist that you can feel comfortable with and trust can be challenging, but once it is a good match, you will be able to overcome the obstacles. With empathy, accountability and respect, we will work together to see the light.

The ethos within the Patrick Plant Therapy practice is to provide a safe, confidential and comfortable space within which the client can freely express their feelings and explore how best to understand themselves in order to reach their true potential and ultimately live a more fulfilled and rewarding life.

The Patrick Plant Therapy practice therapists have experience working with all genders and people of various ages, cultures, backgrounds and sexual orientation.

Our therapists understand and respect that each and every person is different and unique and that each person shares a common desire with all others for health and well-being. Our shared intention is to support all who come in their desire to achieve that state of health and well-being, to help people through the loneliness, loss, anxiety and confusion which often arise in everyday life.

Our Services

We provide counseling, and psychotherapy services including: couples counseling, relationship issues, grief and loss, bereavement, ageing and retirement, divorce, sex addition, addiction to pornography, sexuality, sexual, physical and emotional abuse, narcissism, gaslighting, anxiety, depression, critical illness, suicide, shamanic counselling and practices, havening, family and group facilitation, mindfulness and meditation, and working with dreams.
We see clients at: Relationship Matters, No.5, The Cubes3, The Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford D18E3C1, and at Johnstown, Co. Kildare, Blessington, Co. Wicklow, and Naas, Co. Kildare.

About Us

Patrick Plant Therapy is a small family practice with the principle counsellors being Patrick Plant and Amy Plant with offices in the Dublin Wellness Centre, Johnstown, Co. Kildare, Blessington, Co. Wicklow, and Nass, Co. Kildare

Our Qualifications

The counsellors who work in the Patrick Plant Therapy practice are fully qualified and adhere to the strict code of ethics espoused by The Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and The William Glasser Institute.

We use a variety of approaches, working with people who seek help for the difficulties which life may have presented.



Our Clients

We treat clients with symptoms including depression, addiction, bereavement, anxiety disorder, relationship and family difficulties. We also provide child and teen counselling, seniors counselling and multi-cultural counselling.

The Patrick Plant Therapy practice therapists have experience working with all genders and people of various ages, cultures, backgrounds and sexual orientation.

Our Committment

Our therapists understand and respect that each and every person is different and unique and that each person shares a common desire with all others for health and well-being.

Our shared intention is to support all who come in their desire to achieve that state of health and well-being, to help people through the loneliness, loss, anxiety and confusion which often arise in everyday life.