About Us

Midland Counselling

Counselling, Psychotherapy and CBT services in Mullingar

Midland Counselling therapists provide a wide range of services such as counseling and psychotherapy for individuals (one-to-one counseling), couple counseling (relationship counseling) and psychotherapy, CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy),  addiction counseling, and bereavement counseling. We can help  Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Stress, Low Self Esteem, Anger & Anger Management, Trauma & Post Traumatic Stress, Life Challenges, Bereavement & Grief, Relationship Issues, Eating Problems (anorexia, bulimia, overeating etc), Self Harm & Suicidal Feelings, Addictions (drug addiction, gambling addiction, sex addiction, internet addiction, shopping addiction, addiction to pornography), Alcohol-Related Problems (alcoholism). The therapists are fully qualified and accredited. Some of the therapists have specialised addiction training.

Why Choose Us

Counselling provides a safe, supportive and confidential environment in which students can discuss any emotional or psychological difficulties they may be experiencing. The counsellor will use their training and expertise to help you clarify what issues are impacting on you and your life, and then facilitate exploration of how you can find better or different ways to live and different perspectives.

We deal with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety/panic attacks, mental health difficulties, bereavement and loss, interpersonal or relationship problems, family difficulties, self-esteem, trauma, including sexual trauma, academic issues, eating disorders, self-harm and suicidal thinking Whatever your issue, if you are in emotional distress we encourage you to seek help.

The service is confidential and operates within the terms of confidentiality as laid down by the British Association Of Counselling And Psychotherapy (BACP), Addiction Counsellors Of Ireland (ACI), or other accrediting body, Code of Ethics and Practice. This means that your personal details are not disclosed to anyone outside of the service without your expressed permission, except in exceptional circumstances regarding safety including suicidal intent, risk to a minor, and threats to lives of others.