086 8799331 Andrei (Dublin/Laois)

Andrei Berezkine, MSc (RCSI), MIACP, is a psychotherapist (see list of qualifications) in private practice, working in Dublin and Midlands (Portlaoise). Andrei works with a variety of age groups including child/adolescent, and also works with couples and families. Andrei uses very diverse therapeutic approaches, ranging from more brief solution-focused to longer-term psychoanalytic or existential.
A diversity of methodologies can be used, such as play/multimedia, mindfulness, art, free association, and so on. Selection of method is done in collaboration with the client, in line with McLeod and Cooper's pluralistic philosophy of facilitating inclusion of the client into clinical decision-making about the style of treatment (a brief introduction).

Key area of specialisation: severe psychiatric distress (such as: psychoses, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, OCD, eating disorders, protracted bereavement and traumatic losses, depression and anxiety).
Other areas of interest: family, migration, gender and sexuality.

If necessary, Andrei can also provide orientation to clinically (psychologically) assess the patient as part of a private multi-disciplinary team which includes psychologists (educational and clinical), nurses (mental health) and fellow psychotherapy clinicians, so as to develop a better line of treatment for each individual, always in collaboration with the client in line with the client's wishes and requirements. For further info please call Andrei on 086-8799331 or email us.

Languages: (fluent) English, Russian, Spanish; and (some) French.

Andrei's work is governed by Code of Ethics and Practice of IACP. Psychoanalytic work also abides by Code of Ethics and Practice of APPI.


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