Dean Clinic Lucan

The Dean Clinic Lucan mental health clinic provides assessment and problem-focused, client-centred therapy.

Supporting community-based care

Supporting community-based care

A broad range of mental health conditions are assessed and treated at the clinic, including:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Stress-related disorders
  • Addiction
  • Dual diagnosis
  • Psychosis.

Please note that, during the coronavirus outbreak, Dean Clinic appointments and services are being offered remotely.

Dr Paddy Power’s clinic, formerly based in the Dean Clinic Lucan, moved to the Dean Clinic St Patrick’s on 6 April 2021. All bookings with Dr Power will keep the same date, time and format following this relocation. Click here for more information on the Dean Clinic St Patrick’s. If you have queries about this change, please call 01 249 3590.

Therapies and groups

Therapies and groups

We provide individual and group programmes, and educational and mental health awareness groups, within our service. Psycho-therapeutic groups will be provided on an individual needs basis also.

These include:

  • Psychotherapy
  • Psychology
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Occupational therapy.

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Dean Clinic St Patrick’s

Find out more about different mental health conditions

Find out more about different mental health conditions

We should all be able to take part in community life without mental health stigma.

We should all be able to take part in community life without mental health stigma.

Get involved in our #NoStigma campaign.

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Support and Information

Take your first step by making a call: speak to a mental health professional today

01 249 3333 info@stpatsmail.com

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