Acorn Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre
Paula Campbell MIACP
(087) 997 5733
Take your first step in the right direction.
Book a session with Acorn Counselling & Psychotherapy.
Acorn Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre is a well established practice, providing Counselling and Psychotherapy in a safe, professional, confidential, and non-judgmental setting.
Counselling rooms are located in Oranmore and Portumna Co Galway, which are within easy commuting distance of Galway City and County.
Paula Campbell. MIACP.
I am a Professionally trained Counsellor/Psychotherapist with many years experience working with people with a wide variety of issues.
I am a graduate of The Tivoli Institute Dublin. I have also trained and worked for many years with The Rutland Addiction Centre as a group facilitator.
I am an Accredited Marriage and Relationship Therapist having trained with Accord.
I am an Accredited Member of the Irish Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists. (IACP) and abide by their code of ethics and Practice for Counsellors.
As your counsellor or therapist, I will accompany you on your personal journey through any issues, acting as a sounding board, a guide, and someone who can perhaps offer a different perspective without judging or directing you. Throughout this therapeutic relationship we will discuss and decide together how our work is progressing and when it is complete....
“It is wisdom to know others; It is enlightenment to know one’s self.” (Lao-Tzu)
‘Paula, we cannot thank you enough for helping us rediscover our relationship. Your approach was warm and professional. You gave us the space to open up, to discuss issues that we have been fearful of looking at for years. You encouraged us to look and think about what we were experiencing in a very different…
‘I attended Paula for counselling, as my life had become unmanageable, I had just ended an affair and every bit of confidence I had was gone, I was full of guilt and shame so much so that I was unable to face my friends and neighbours, the pain I felt unbearable and I felt that I…