Mary Gannon

Addiction Counsellor

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Depression is a condition commonly described as a feeling of emptiness, helplessness - like an astronaut lost in space. Depression affects one in four Irish people at some point in their lives. It doesn't discriminate any particular age or gender. It can strike anyone at any time in their lives. Counselling can help with or without medication.

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It's not always easy to see the line that gets crossed when social drinking becomes problem drinking. If you drink alcohol to cope with difficult situations or to avoid acknowledging your feelings, then you are potentially in dangerous territory. Alcohol abuse can sneak up on you so it's important to be aware of the warning signs. Understanding the problem is the first step in overcoming it.

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Sometimes, for many people struggling with addiction, the biggest and most difficult step towards recovery is the decision to make a change. It's normal to feel uncertain about giving up your drug of choice, even when that same drug is causing problems for you. Change is never easy, but there is lots of help available.

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Each family is different. They are made up of different people with different needs, ideas and behaviours. This can make a family a special group but can also mean that getting along with each other can be challenging.

Fully Accredited

I am accredited by The Irish Association of Alcohol and Addiction Counsellors (IAAAC)

This accreditation involved completing 500 hours of one-to-one counselling.

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Fully Qualified

I studied Addiction Counselling in Trinity College Dublin.

The course included all aspects of addiction treatments available.

Fully Committed

I am very serious about what I do. I am...

  • Compassionate
  • Experienced
  • Optimistic

Contact Me

Dublin 14 / 16

(087) 9845174