Apex Clinic – Counselling & Psychology & Assessments
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Professional Counselling & Psychology & Assessments
THERAPY & ASSESSMENTS
Phone or Text us NOW on: 087 0680424
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|Professional & Highly Experienced Counsellor|
|Individual Private Counselling (45 min per session)||€55|
|Couples / Marriage Counselling (per couple / 45 min session)||€90|
|Family Resolution facilitated by a professional therapist. Fee per person:||€60|
Legal & Court Appearance with one of our Forensic and Legal Psychologists
Legal Court Assessment & Written Report €1200
Please note that cancellation of a court appearance must be given two weeks (10 working days) is advance or a full fee charge will apply.
|Professional & Highly Experienced Psychologist Intervention
Individual Therapy (per session) €150
Psychological Screening €150
|Fees for Assessment & Written Report From €900|
|Psychological Assessment & Written Report from €900|
|Child Assessment & Written Report form €900|
|Educational Assessment & Written Report €900|
|MMP1-2 Comprehensive Personality Report from €1000
|Mediation (per person / session)||€100|
|Memorandum of Understanding (written & compiled MOU / hour)||€250|
Dr. Declan Cronin – Clinical Psychologist
Fee €250 per session.
Specialises in the treatment of PTSD and has treated military personnel who have served in the UK, US and French Foreign Legion Defence Forces.
Also specialising in the treatment of Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse, Panic Attacks, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Confidence, Self-Esteem, OCD, IBS, Mood Swings, Anger, Migraine & Tension Headaches, Fears, Drugs, Alcohol, Addictions. Relationships, Phobias, Positive Living.
HSE – HEALTH SERVICE EXECUTIVE
Patient financial support for Dr. Cronin’s services has also been approved by the HSE
The external claims committee of the HSE approved funding for treatment by Dr. Declan Cronin. This pertains to the Irish Department of Health, the Redress, and the initiative to provide counselling for victims & survivors of institutional childhood neglect, injury and/or abuse as children in Ireland.
The Redress Board was set up under the Residential Institutions Redress Act, 2002 to make fair and reasonable awards to persons who, as children, were abused while resident in industrial schools, reformatories and other institutions subject to state regulation or inspection. Useful link: www.rirb.ie