Information for GP's

The Dublin Gestalt Centre aims to be a centre of excellence providing a range of high quality Counselling and Psychotherapy Services in a professional supportive and ethical environment.

Our Therapists:

The Dublin Gestalt Centre was established in 1994 and aims to be a centre of excellence providing a range of the highest quality counseling & psychotherapy services in a professional, supportive and ethical environment.

All of our psychotherapists have full professional qualifications, extensive training and experience and are attending professional clinical supervision/ mentoring in relation to their clinical work. All of our psychotherapists are also accredited with their relevant psychology or psychotherapy professional associations.

In the Dublin Gestalt Centre our therapists offer a range of specialized approaches to therapy dealing with a variety of psychological, social, emotional and work related difficulties.

How to make a referral:

You can make a referral by ringing The Dublin Gestalt Centre, and speaking to our referrals coordinator, who will deal immediately with your enquiry. Following this initial contact the coordinator will then ensure that your patients needs, will be matched with the most suitable therapist.

Referrals may be made by G.P.s, allied healthcare professionals or indeed patients may make a referral themselves. Referrals can also be made by contacting the individual therapists directly.

Opportunity to consult:

G.P.s are most welcome to contact the centre to discuss any potential client prior to therapy, in order to ensure the most suitable referral for the patient in question. The referrals coordinator is the contact person for all referrals queries.

Once therapy has commenced there may be situations where liaison between the individual therapist and G.P. is helpful. The nature of this liaison is generally worked out between the therapist, the patient and G.P. With the patients permission some ongoing communication with the G.P. may be agreed in order to provide continuity of care for the patient.