At Malahide Counselling & Psychotherapy we try to make counselling available to everybody regardless of their economic situation and to that end offer a range of therapies and rates with both fully and pre-accredited therapists which are often lower than many other therapists and practices in Dublin.

Accredited Therapists

Our Accredited therapists set their own individual fee, the average rate being €80 per session: the actual fee depends on the therapist and the type of therapy involved, which in turn will be dictated by the issues involved, the age [child/teen/adult] or number [individual/couple] of people attending.

Typical fees range from €60 and €100 per session. Whilst the variation may seem to some a bit strange, one client’s issue may suit one way of working that only requires (for example) 4 sessions of one type of therapy at €100 (€400 total) whilst another may be suited to a different style of therapy and may do 6 or 7 sessions at €60 (€360/€420 total).

Should you be experiencing financial problems, at their own discretion, the therapist you are seeking to attend may be able to reduce their rate for you and you can discuss this with the therapist when you first make contact. At your first session with your therapist you will agree your per-session fee which is payable directly to the therapist at the end of each session.

Low Cost Counselling

In an effort to make Counselling as accessible to as many people as possible we have a fully qualified, pre-accredited therapist offering Low Cost Appointments* to students, the unwaged and those who are struggling financially.

For further information on the service or to make an appointment please contact

Lisa on  089 2122083              Email: Lisa@malahidecounselling.com

*Low cost appointments are limited and allocated on a first-come first-served basis. If you wish to avail of low cost counselling and no appointment can be offered immediately you will have to wait a short while until one becomes available. We will do our best to facilitate you as quickly as possible.

Students studying Counselling & Psychotherapy

We are happy to work with students who are required to attend counselling as part of their course requirement. Please ask the therapist you are interested in working with if they offer a special student rate.

Cancellations and No-Shows

Should you cancel with very little notice or fail to turn up at an appointment you can expect to pay part or all of the fee for that session. 

Your therapist will discuss this matter with you when you attend your first session.

 

If you want to know more about Counselling and Psychotherapy you can visit the websites of our governing bodies:

Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (IACP),

The Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP),

The National Association for Professional Counselling & Psychotherapy (NAPCP) or

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)