Systemic Psychotherapy Ireland (SPI) provides therapy to children, young people, adults, and families (chosen or biological) across Ireland. Our therapists are fully qualified and accredited by the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP) and the Family Therapy Association of Ireland (FTAI). 

We are experienced working across a broad range of themes and issues, these include: 

Cultural Differences 
Adolescent/Teenager problems 
Eating Disorders 
Anger Management 
Family Counselling 
Anxiety Fear 
Gender Issues 
Child behaviour 
Post-Separation Conflict 
Autism (children and adolescents) 
Behavioural Issues 
Mental Health Issues 
Bereavement and Loss 
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) 
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 
Conflict in the Workplace 
Relationship Issues 
Coping with Illness/Disability 
Coping with infertility 
Separation Issues 
Couples Counselling 
Sexuality Issues 
Sexual & Physical Intimacy 

Why choose Systemic Psychotherapy? 

Systemic Psychotherapy recognises that we live our lives in relationships with others, our partners, family members, work colleagues and friends, and that our emotional wellbeing, experience of stress or anxiety, self-image and mental health is greatly influenced by these wider relationships and networks. 
Systemic psychotherapy aims to support people to understand and address their difficulties in the context of other important relationships and events in their lives. 
Systemic psychotherapy is suitable for individuals, couples and family groups, and aims to enhance communication, support people who may have interpersonal difficulties to understand each other’s perspectives, and to find a way to ‘go on’, separately or together. It respects each person’s perspective and experience, and their right to make the best choice for themselves. 
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