Dip GII, M.A. in Gestalt Psychotherapy
|Code of Ethics:||IAHIP|
|Telephone No:||086 3308282|
|Address||Dublin 2 & The Granary Hall Centre, Dominick Street, Galway|
Description of Work and Background:Julien Joly is a Masters graduate of The Gestalt Institute of Ireland and is accredited with IAHIP. He works with Trauma, survivors of sexual abuse and violence, social phobia, anxiety, depression, addictions, LGBTQI issues, relationship dynamics.
Julien’s counselling and psychotherapy practice welcome men and women of all ages, and teenagers (16 years old + with parental consent) who are interested in self-awareness and personal growth. He has worked in the therapeutic field for over 20 years, exploring and working through the lens of a holistic approach. One of the foundations of his work is creating a safe environment to support clients who are looking deeper inside themselves, in search of meaning. Julien is attentive to each person’s needs with compassion and non-judgmental regard.
His work offers people the possibility to explore psychological and cognitive and behavioural patterns. Side by side, his collaboration with people intends to help them develop a more authentic sense of themselves and thus develop newness in their relationships as they seek-out different outcomes.
Julien adheres to the Gestalt approach, working with a beginner’s mind, creatively adaptable. Matters that are explored in the therapy help develop in the person the notion of healthier boundaries and bring clarity to their process and roles in any relationship.
Julien is part of the Gestalt Institute and co-runs their Personal Development programme. He also practices and teaches Zen Shiatsu Therapy.