Autism Psychotherapy

Welcome to Ireland’s first Psychotherapy Sensory Room for Teenagers and Adults. Accredited Autism-Friendly by ASIAM, Ireland’s national Autism Charity. Adapted Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) counselling and psychotherapy in Limerick, to suit and support neurodivergent individuals including Autism, ADHD and Asperger’s. Each session is uniquely tailored to match the clients’ individual emotional needs. The room can be transformed into a sensory room and takes individual needs into account, The aim of this therapy is to help you cope better and build behavioural skills to improve everyday life. Individuals on the autism spectrum can have challenges that are unique. Modified Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT can help deal with anger, anxiety, depression/ low mood, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), social difficulties, communication difficulties, sexuality, gender, transitioning, and building self-esteem and self-awareness.

I offer support for people coming to terms with a new diagnosis of Autism and ADHD. Also, if you are considering going for diagnosis for Autism or ADHD then I can support you through your journey.
Parents and siblings can come to therapy to discuss their challenges and stressors you may have. You may also what to deal with other issues and learn to cope better in life. We can build strategies to improve your wellbeing and strengthen understanding, communication and relationships in the family. I have post graduate certificate in Autism Studies in Mary Immaculate College and in partnership Middletown Centre for Autism. I am a current masters student receiving specialist training in Autism and related neurodevelopmental conditions including ADHD, and learning neurobiological understanding of neurodiversity. I have gained experience in counselling autistic people at my private practice and at Autism Supporting Diversity Ireland. Sessions are €80 per hour, please contact me for an appointment.

If you have any questions or need assistance please do not hesitate to contact me.