Back to top
Contact: Carol McInerney, B.A, Dip. Couns., Cert. MT
Address: Appletree Health & Wellness
126 Ranelagh Village, Ranelagh, Dublin 6, Ireland
Phone: 086 1956331
'All you need is deep within you waiting to unfold and reveal itself. Be still, take time and seek for what is within
and you will surely find it'
Developed by Carol McInerney, a professionally qualified Counsellor and Movement Therapist, Crimson offers a safe, warm and confidential environment for people who are experiencing, and challenged by a wide variety of issues and situations.
These include anxiety, abuse, depression, bereavement, relationship issues, suicide, sexuality, spirituality, low self-esteem, stress, trauma, creative blocks and emotional difficulties.
When events happen in our lives that cause distress, pain or confusion it can easily become too much to handle alone. People can feel lost, stuck, isolated or unsure of what choices to make or direction to follow. Talking to a professional who can be objective about your situation takes great courage and this first step is often the most difficult one to take.
Giving yourself space to therapeutically explore issues can reduce stress and provide an opportunity for growth and change at a deep level. Both counselling and movement therapy focus on supporting you to connect with your authentic self, exploring the difficulties that are being experienced in a gentle and mindful way and creating space to make the decisions that feel right for you.
Carol is an accredited member of the IACP (Irish Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists) having completed her diploma with the Cork Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy. She adheres to the IACP Code of Ethics, which have been developed for the professionalization of counselling and the protection of the public, and works from an Integrative and Person-Centred approach to therapy.
Carol is also a certified Movement Therapist, having trained in Movement Therapy with Andrea Juhan (founder of Open Floor International). Movement Therapy focuses on sensitively including the body, as well as thoughts and feelings in a safe therapeutic space. We have a mind and we live in a body, so we can access a fuller picture when we listen to what both have to say. At certain stages in therapy following the flow of the body’s natural physical expression, along with the use of simple movement structures can increase awareness, strengthen the mind/body connection, reduce stress and support a healthy sense of balance and well-being.