Not all problems can be treated physically. In fact, the ones that can’t be are often some of the most devastating. Because your emotional health affects your life as much as any injury or sickness could, we provide a complete psychotherapy service. If you are having difficulty coping with stress, a family loss, or any other personal issues, we are ready to talk, listen and advise.

  • A psychotherapy session at The Cremore Clinic costs €75 euro per hour.
  • We draw upon many psychotherapy and mindfulness techniques to help with issues such as depression, anxiety, self esteem issues, experiences of trauma and abuse, and much more.
  • Whatever you are coping with, it’s important to remember that things can get better – the first step is simply to ask for help.


We deal with a range of mental health issues on a daily basis.

To find out how we can help with yours, it’s important to come in and talk with our psychotherapist. We endeavor to create a safe, confidential and non-judgmental space in which you can explore any issues you are facing. To book your appointment, just pick up the phone and give us a call.


Dorothy Twohig holds a Master’s Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy and a Graduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from DCU and Turning Point Institute. Her education also includes a Certificate in Group Therapy Facilitation (PCI) and a Certificate in Advanced Mindfulness. A fully accredited Member of IAHIP, Dorothy draws on many therapeutic approaches in her clinical practice, while also incorporating aspects of CBT and Mindfulness exercises. Central to Dorothy's clinical practice is the creation of a safe, confidential and non-judgmental space in which a client can explore their presenting issues, such as depression, trauma, abuse, and psychological distress. As a Psychotherapist working in the Dept of Psychology and Psychotherapy at St. James's Hospital, Dorothy has gained extensive experience working therapeutically with individuals and also as a group facilitator. Dorothy has been part of the The Cremore Clinic Team since July 2014 where she provides Individual Counselling and Psychotherapy, by appointment on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday (2-8pm).


Lee is a qualified Counsellor and Psychotherapist and an accredited member of the Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy. Lee's philosophy integrates humanistic, CBT and psychodynamic insights in a client-centred approach. He strives at all times to create an atmosphere that is safe, welcoming and non-judgmental for the client to explore and work through the difficulties they are facing. Recognising that it is brave, and sometimes daunting to come to counselling, Lee works in a way that is always respectful of the client, their experiences, and the importance of establishing a relationship of trust and openness. As part of the Psychotherapy team within St. James's Hospital since 2010, Lee has gained much experience working with men and women undergoing difficulty in their lives, whether through depression, bereavement, anxiety, stress, relationship issues, sexual identity, addiction, pain, loss, isolation, abuse or other distress. We are very fortunate to have a therapist of Lee's confidentiality and compassion working with us in The Cremore Clinic.


Our reception is ready to take your call, answer your questions, and book your appointment today.