Charlie Stevens M.A. (Psych), H.dip (Psych) B.W.Y dip M.I.A.H.I.P

Fully accredited

Integrative Psychotherapist

Individuals, Couples,Groups and online sessions

Private practice in Cork and Bandon: 

The Health Centre, South Terrace, Cork now on Tuesdays

For appointment or enquiry text or phone Int + (0)86 1072505


I also offer online therapy using Facetime (for mac users), Skype

          or email

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What is Integrative Psychotherapy?

    Integrative Psychotherapy refers to two things.The first and most important aspect of this work is to support the integration of life, that is physically, emotionally, spiritually and in relation to others, and secondly it is an integration of several different approaches to that work, I use primarily Jungian, Freudian, Kleinian and family systems perspectives although it is not limited to these. This approach puts emphasis on the here and now and relationships. I also have long experience practicing and teaching yoga,meditation,relaxation and visualisation

How might psychotherapy help?

An important aspect of psychotherapy is the investigation and making conscious the parts of ourselves that have remained hidden and inaccessible to the conscious mind. Very often there are patterns of behaviour or thinking that have prevented us from living full and meaningful lives. Although these patterns maybe old and deep because of our amazing capacity as humans these can be changed for good.  

Sometimes the therapeutic space can permit the speaking of the unspeakable or the release of long term stresses that have been inhibiting and creating confusion in the mind.

Typical of these problems would be stress caused by bereavement, relationship breakdown, confusion about sexuality, panic attacks,sexual abuse,emotional abuse, bullying in the workplace, ageing or financial difficulties.

Psychotherapy can involve a long term commitment to inquiry into the deepest questions of life.

When do I need psychotherapy?

Usually people come to therapy when there is a crisis in their lives in relationship or loss of a loved one or tension that has been held for a long time. However it is also valuable to come to therapy as support and safety during other times. Questions arise that may need the non judgemental and non critical space that therapy offers.

To book a session or make an enquiry click here or call or text 086 1072505