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Hi, I’m Sasha.

I offer psychotherapy to individuals and couples online via videoconference. I support my clients through their unique journeys of self-reflection, making sense of difficult situations and experiences, emotional healing, and understanding and dissolving blocks to personal fulfilment.


There are many reasons why people may seek out a psychotherapist. Some may be struggling with specific mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, or trauma, while others may be looking to address more general feelings of unhappiness, dissatisfaction, or lack of purpose. Some may be looking to improve their relationships, to cope with major life changes or transitions, or to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their experiences.

Others may be looking for support in understanding and exploring their spiritual beliefs and experiences, or to find meaning and purpose in their lives. Some may be seeking to heal from past traumas, to improve their self-esteem and self-worth, or to develop better communication and coping skills.

Ultimately, the reasons for seeking therapy are as unique as the individuals themselves, and it’s important to find a therapist who is able to understand and address your specific needs and goals. Whether you are looking to resolve a specific issue or to gain a deeper understanding of yourself and your place in the world, a psychotherapist can provide a safe and supportive space for you to explore your feelings and experiences, and to work towards greater self-awareness, well-being, and fulfillment.

My Philosophy

My philosophy aligns with the Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy principle that people are all created  inherently OK.  Early emotional and practical experiences of family and cultures help people to form a frame of reference through which experiences are understood. This frame of reference, together with an inherent sense of Self, shapes the way people think and feel about themselves and others. The frame of reference also informs the meaning made of later experiences and the stories or life scripts that people create for themselves.

I believe that the journey of self-discovery and personal growth is not only about addressing and resolving emotional and psychological issues, but also about connecting with one’s spiritual self. I see psychotherapy as a collaborative process that helps individuals to explore and understand their inner selves, and to increasingly embody the attributes of spontaneity, autonomy and intimacy that lead to healthy functioning in life.

In therapy, I use a combination of techniques and approaches from Relational Transactional Analysis, mindfulness, dream analysis, body-centred work, and inner child work, to help individuals gain insight into their thoughts and behaviors, and to identify and address any underlying emotional or psychological issues. I also believe that the therapist-client relationship is an essential part of the therapeutic process. I aim to create a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space for clients to explore their feelings and experiences.

By working with me, you will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of yourself and your experiences, to move beyond ‘coping’, to develop new ways of thinking and being, and to find a new sense of meaning and purpose in your life. Together, we will work to create a sense of inner peace and well-being, to help you navigate through life’s challenges and to set you on track to reaching your full potential.

Training & Professional Accreditation

My theoretical approach is Humanistic and Integrative. I utilise Relational Transactional Analysis, Jungian and Transpersonal/Spiritual theories alongside mindfulness and body-centred practices.

I have completed a 4-year Advanced Diploma in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy (UK level 7 (masters), Irish equivalent level 9). My core training is accredited by the United Kingdom Association for Transactional Analysis, a training organisation within the UKCP’s Humanistic and Integrative College. I have also completed a Certificate Course in Jungian Studies.

I am a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP) and a Practitioner Member of the Black, African and Asian Therapy Network (BAATN). My client work has spanned the charity, voluntary and education sectors over the last eight years. I have worked with clients from diverse backgrounds, who were experiencing a wide range of issues including:

  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Bullying
  • Depression
  • Domestic abuse
  • Emigration and cultural difference
  • Family carers
  • Feeling stuck
  • Fertility challenges
  • Long-term illness and chronic pain
  • Loss
  • Low self esteem
  • Menopause
  • Relationship challenges
  • Spiritual enquiry
  • Stress

Get In Touch

You can call me on +353 99 32166 (IE), or +447849 811 358 (UK), or email me at therapywithsasha@gmail.com to find out more or to book an appointment.

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Session Info & Contact

Initial consultation

A free 30-minute zoom call where we can get to know a bit about each other, discuss your reasons for seeking therapeutic support, and answer any preliminary questions you might have.

Session fees

Individual: 60 minutes; £65 / €65 per session.

Couple: 90 minutes; £95 / €95 per session.


My office is in Roosky, Co. Roscommon, between Carrick-on-Shannon and Longford Town. You can call or email me to find out more and book an appointment.

IE: +353 99 32166 (landline)

UK: +44 7849 811 358 (mobile)

email: therapywithsasha@gmail.com

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I would like to thank Sasha for making this experience so beneficial to my life. I felt seen and understood. I really felt that our therapy sessions were a safe space for me to be open and honest. Sasha was very attentive, warm, comforting and patient with me. Her coaching skills are excellent and I’ll continue to use them in my daily life. I truly feel like a better version of myself is finally coming to the surface. Thank you so much for helping me discover myself”.

~ JG.

“I have tried therapy briefly a couple of times and this is the first time I really felt I had real therapy. Sasha has a great energy and made me feel safe and comfortable from the start. She is also very practical, intuitive, encouraging and insightful, and was able to hone in and identify issues that I wasn’t always able to articulate. Sasha made it make sense, when I wasn’t able to – there were many ah ha moments! And I love how she just let me talk and lend her compassionate ear. My path is now a lot more clear, and I’m excited for the future!”

~ AS.

Sasha is so tuned in, very quickly understood my issues, knows how to get me to get the best out of myself. Simply brilliant at what she does! Would recommend her to anyone who needs support. Thank you so much Sasha for helping me on my journey!

~ AC.

“Therapy has changed my life, I feel closer to the person I always knew I could be because of the conversations I have had with Sasha. Only sign up with Sasha if you are ready to be unapologetically honest with yourself and sometimes those truths will sting believe me. Once it passes the world seems brighter, life is lighter and goals/dreams seem more easily achievable. You know that quote ‘the only thing stopping you is you…’ – well Sasha helped me work out what experiences & traits within me have been stopping me.
Therapy sessions with Sasha made me realise I hadn’t put to bed wounds over 20 years old. I didn’t realise I hadn’t fully acknowledged or felt the pain of my own experiences. She taught me how to deal with this and then truly move through it.”

~ NR.

“Our sessions with Sasha has been a great way to explore our relationship and to understand how each other thinks which has improved our relationship. The sessions were very open and Sasha was good at picking up words or comments that I thought were ‘off the cuff’ remarks and drilling down into the detail as it became apparent they had more meaning then we’d realised!”

~ G. & D.

“Sasha has guided me though an incredibly difficult personal journey of understanding and realisation. She has shown me the meaning and importance of self care. 5 months ago I found myself in a very emotionally stuck and painful place.
I didn’t think I could actually be where I am now, but I have slowly found my own way of seeing differently which has had a profound effect on day to day life, situations and relationships. I feel strong but with a calm and peaceful approach to my life. My strength has come from the conscious ability I now have to let go of all that no longer needs to cause me pain.
The word ‘ending’ used to terrify me, associating it with a past trauma, now the saying the word ending means it allows a beginning. This sounds cliched but utterly true – a warm a glowing lightness has replaced the hard unforgiving darkness I had previous to my sessions with Sasha. I can’t recommend her enough, thank you for helping me help myself.

~ AH