Engage – Women’s Group

Engage – Women’s Group

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Start Date: Thursday 26th October 2017
End Date: Thursday 30th November 2017
Time: 20:00 - 21:30
Duration: 6 weeks
Cost: €89


Do you try to be the best mother, partner, wife, sister, daughter or friend?

Do you give yourself a hard time if you struggle to be the best in all these roles? We are living in an age where women are expected to excel in their careers and manage the best work/life balance whilst bringing up a family and maintaining some sort of social life.


It is a struggle for most of us and we can put a lot of pressure on ourselves to be the best at everything. Let’s get together and talk about our struggles as women in a safe environment where feelings are encouraged, respected, understood and worked with.

Power as Women

Let’s tap into our power as women and support each other by sharing the difficulties we are experiencing. One of the benefits of being in a group is that although we all may have different issues and varied ways of coping, there are basic struggles we all share that are intrinsic to being a woman.

Tell Your Story

Become empowered by telling your story and listening to others share theirs, and develop your sense of self through the connections you make in the group setting.


This group is facilitated by a trained psychotherapist Tara Healy.



About the author: Tara Healy

Tara Healy

Tara holds an honours degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy from Dublin Business School and now provides therapy to communities through her work at Crosscare and the family support unit at Addiction Response Crumlin. Tara’s approach to Psychotherapy is an integrated way of practicing that encompasses both humanistic and existential philosophy. Tara’s work with clients is based on developing an awareness and understanding of their experience on an emotional, physical, mental and spiritual level whilst looking at the relationship they have with themselves and others. Her aim is to deliver a warm and compassionate approach in her work, taking into account a client’s whole way of being by exploring their unique needs in a non-judgmental way. Tara believes in the power of the therapeutic relationship as an invaluable platform for change and growth. She has clinical experience working with: Anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicide ideation, parenting issues, stress, relationship difficulties, addiction, domestic violence and trauma.

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