Welcome to TalkAboutIt.ie
Siobhan Creighton has worked as a Counsellor and Psychotherapist since 2003. Based in Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland, Talk About It Counselling offers a safe environment for people to explore any issues from past trauma to present crisis.
A member of the Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP), Siobhan is committed to the Code of Ethics and Practice that ensures standards in counselling and psychotherapy.
Some of the areas that Talk About It regularly help people to overcome include;
Anxiety, Panic attacks, Abuse, Trauma, Abortion, Childhood Issues, Self-Harm, Recovery from Addiction, Bereavement and Loss, Suicide Prevention, Anger Management, Family Issues, Addiction, Eating Disorders, Relationship/Sexual Issues, Separation/Divorce, Affair Repair, Low Self-Esteem, Work-Based Problems, Confidence Building, Dream interpretation, Spiritual Support and more.
I came to Siobhan with issues around having had an abortion. I was riddled with guilt and this resulted in depression, self-hatred and I felt I had no future to look forward to. I also felt God would never forgive me for what I had done. I started opening up to Siobhan and within a few sessions she had helped me deal with my guilt, she helped me forgive myself, and make my peace with God and my unborn child. It was the most amazing experience I have ever had. She helped me name the child and in a beautiful way helped me communicate my sadness and pain which allowed me to move on with my life. I found Siobhan to be completely accepting and non judgmental and would have no hesitation in referring others to her practiceAnonymous
I came to Siobhan because I was having problems with work. During the course of the session Siobhan asked a question and I then realized to my shock, that I had buried issues around abuse from my teenage years. I had never spoken about these incidences to anyone. Siobhan was very gentle and never pushed anything I did not want to talk about. I was so overcome with the effect that uncovering this abuse had on me but in a few sessions I was talking about this huge secret that I had kept locked away inside, not even my wife knew about it. It was a very unexpected journey that counselling brought me on , the issue that brought me into Counselling did not seem so drastic now and seemed to fade because I had dealt with this buried abuse. Thank you Siobhan for your help, it has made such a difference to my life.John
We both came to Siobhan for couples counselling, my husband was not willing but he came with me. I had thought that separation was on the cards, but one session with Siobhan turned it all around. I could not get over how fast and effective Siobhan’s technique was. She helped us listen to each other with hearts that had never listened before, she asked my husband one question and he started to cry. I had never seen this aspect of my husband before and what happened after that melted my heart. We learned in that one session how to communicate more lovingly and Siobhan said go home and just continue to do what we have done here today. We couldn’t afford to pay Siobhan the full rate but when my husband was leaving he was so happy he gave her the full rate. Thank you Siobhan.Ken and Maura
Frequently Asked Questions
What is counselling?
Counselling is an opportunity for you to explore thoughts, worries and anxieties that are preventing you from having a happy and fulfilled life...