Athlone Care Clinic supporting client’s physical and emotional health challenges

Pictured are the Athlone Care Clinic team.  From back, Joe Kelly Adult and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Siobhan Leijen Child and Adult Trauma Therapist and Clinical Director, Ken Led with Psychotherapist and Paul Gill, Hypnotherapist.  The three ladies pictured at the front are Michelle Hanley Mulligan, Teen and Adult Psychotherapist, Joanne Saunders Child Play Therapist and Puy Conway, Child and Adult Medical Massage Therapist

Pictured are the Athlone Care Clinic team. From back, Joe Kelly Adult and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Siobhan Leijen Child and Adult Trauma Therapist and Clinical Director, Ken Led with Psychotherapist and Paul Gill, Hypnotherapist. The three ladies pictured at the front are Michelle Hanley Mulligan, Teen and Adult Psychotherapist, Joanne Saunders Child Play Therapist and Puy Conway, Child and Adult Medical Massage Therapist

Athlone Care Clinic is the first of its kind to provide a comprehensive wellness support clinic that covers a wide variety of mental, physical and emotional health challenges to both adults and children of all ages.

The professional care team all specialise in different areas of wellbeing and in many cases have the added benefit of their own lived experience of these challenges.

The Clinic offers counselling and group work with adults and children with neurodiversities such as autism, attention deficit and hyperactivity challenges. The Athlone Care Clinic team are fully qualified and accredited professionals who use many different evidence based practices ranging from children’s play therapy, adult and child psychological trauma therapy, hypnosis, cognitive behavioural therapy, medical massage treatments and many more approaches to help their clients overcome the many challenges life can present us with.

Unique to Athlone Care Clinic, is the provision of an ancient form of medical massage to adults and children. This ancient practice can help with muscle and joint pain, stress and tension relief, bowl movement and stomach congestion and serve as an important part of a healthy self-care routine. Athlone Care Clinic also enlists the help of an emotional support animal bell, an incredible addition to children and adults who need a safe form of comfort during therapy.

Athlone Care Clinic's mission is to empower all people to manage their own wellbeing in a positive way between therapy and the availability of therapeutic aids and tools for all clients regardless of age. They believe that every person should have easy access to counselling services regardless of diagnosis or age and the things they use to support you and your children during therapy.

Athlone CareClinic is open Monday to Friday with a variety of hours available from 9am to 8pm. For further information please contact Siobhan on 090 645 5302 or by using the online contact form at www.athlonecareclinic.ie

 

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