Michelle Murray, Occupational Therapist, supports young people aged 12-25 years who are experiencing low mood and depression, worry and anxiety, developmental trauma, ADHD, trichotillomania, first episode psychosis, low self-esteem, relationship difficulties and stress. 

Mental health support can help you to:

  • Manage anxiety, worry and stress more effectively in school, at home or in college building on your skills and coping strategies

  • Develop confidence and communication skills in social settings

  • Develop and retain positive relationships with friends and family

  • Build effective study skills to help with school and college demands

  • Improve and build positive self-care skills for the mind (yoga, mindfulness, breathing).

  • Develop meaningful leisure interests and social connections

  • Practice skills necessary for living independently (managing money, cooking, using public transport etc.)

  • Manage hyperactivity and sensory processing difficulties which may affect your learning and concentration

Anchor Therapy aims to enable all teenagers and young people to reach their potential while juggling the developmental, social, psychological and physical demands of life.

 

Michelle can meet with you individually or in groups in different places (school, home, outside in the community). 

Learn more about what will happen when you meet with Michelle.

Mental Health Support for Teenagers and Young People

Contact: Located in Ballsbridge, Dublin.

Sessions can be held at a location convenient to you.

Phone: 083 056 6592

Email: info@anchortherapy.ie

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