Welcome to Hope’s Field Counselling services for adults.
Hope’s Field Counselling seeks to fulfil the counselling and psychotherapy needs of adults and works out of its dual centres of service in Kildare town and Naas. Through a professional and compassionate approach clients are gently encouraged to explore their presenting difficulties. People who attend the service come from a variety of backgrounds and age groups including adults, adolescents (11 years +), third level students, parents and trainee counselling and psychotherapy students. Click on the About Page of this website for the professional profile of Noelle Neylon-Walsh Counsellor & Psychotherapist who offers this service.
“I seek to help adults access their inner strengths and find their own unique ways of coping with life’s difficulties. Empowering people to achieve their own aims for counseling helps them understand themselves better. This fresh understanding guides them towards finding their own solutions.”
“ Forget your perfect Offering, There’s a crack in everything! – That’s how the light gets in."
(Anthem by Leonard Cohen 1992)
To follow find a brief description of some of the emotional and psychological difficulties that Noelle works with:
Confidence & Self Esteem
Stress, Anxiety & Panic Attacks
Mental Health Issues
Work Related Issues
Alcohol & Substance Abuse Issues
Bereavement & Loss
Self Harm and /or Suicidal Ideation
A journey shared is a journey halved. Support that makes life’s struggles easier can only be of benefit ! If you are thinking of taking that first step to attend counselling and believe that I can help you access the support you need, then I look forward to hearing from you by making contact with me by phone, by email, by text or by sending me a message via my Contact Page.
A phone call or text is the most direct way of making contacting with me. If you include your mobile number I will make every effort to contact you as soon as possible. Contacting me by mobile phone or text is the most reliable way of keeping your personal information private and confidential.
Please note that Internet service providers may sometimes be able to view information input by phone users into online formats (text messages, email messages or information on contact forms). So it is important that, in taking those first steps to accessing the professional support you need that, you consider carefully the detail of the information written in emails, phone texts and contact forms sent to me.