Group Analytic Psychotherapy

Kaye Mullaney

Making an appointment
Please ring +353(87)4383428 or email kaye@kmullaneypsychotherapy.ie to make an appointment. I will be contact you within 24 hours and arrange a suitable appointment. Appointments are available Monday to Saturday from 10am to 10pm.
  • Individual and Group Psychotherapy
  • Organisational Work

What is group therapy?

By joining a therapy group you will have a safe and contained place to explore issues and patterns of relating to others that may be affecting your life.

Being a member of a group can be especially helpful, as it provides a climate of trust in which you can get and give feedback to others in a respectful and considered way.

About the therapist

Kaye Mullaney is a skilled and experienced group work practitioner. Kaye has worked with groups for over 14 years in an educational, psychoeducational and facilitating practice.

She holds a B.A Degree, a Postgraduate Diploma in Adult and Continuing Education and a Diploma in Group Work Practice from the Irish Institute of Group Analysis.

Kaye is currently completing clinical training and an MSc in Group Analytic Psychotherapy at UCD School of Medicine at St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Elm Park, Dublin 4.

Kaye is a member of Irish Group Analytic Society (IGAS) and is bound by their code of ethics.

How is group therapy helpful?

  • Sharing your experience in a group can be affirming
  • By being part of the group, you will have the opportunity to reduce isolation and loneliness that are part of modern life
  • Group provides a safe place to explore your identity
  • Group helps build positive social relationships
  • Groups help people become more resilient and reduce stress

The Therapy Group

  • Group of up to 8 people
  • Meets once a week - Thursday from 7.00pm to 8.30pm
  • Confidential setting
  • Before joining the group, there will be a number of individual sessions with the psychotherapist.

Confidentiality

Confidentiality is a core value of the group. Members are asked not to communicate or meet socially outside of the group. The group therapist ensures that people who wish to join the group are not known to the other group members.

Regular breaks and holidays are planned.

How much does therapy cost?

Fees are €60 for an individual session.

Group sessions are €40 and are paid monthly in advance.

A sliding scale operates for those unable to pay full fees

Group sessions take place Thursdays 7pm to 8:30pm in Dungarvan, but appointments are available Monday to Saturday from 10am to 10pm.

 

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