It is estimated that one in four or five of us will experience some mental health problems in our lifetime. Mental health problems can range from a low or sad period to a more serious depression, with a small number of people going on to experience severe mental health problems.
There are many forms of counselling available for a wide range of problems and many counsellors specialize in particular areas such as addiction or bereavement. All approaches emphasize non-judgemental, attentive listening and respect for the client. Counselling aims to enable people to take control of their own lives. Self-referral is the usual route to counselling, although a GP or psychiatrist may be able to recommend someone suitable. [*Source: http://www.hse.ie]
Confidential Counselling Line 085 8532741
Hill Street Adult Counselling Service
Confidential counselling service available to adults 18+ who feel they would benefit from support on issues relating to bereavement, loss, relationship difficulties.
To make an appointment please leave your details on the counselling line message service and a counsellor will contact you to make a suitable appointment time.
Agency and Self referrals are accepted. Payment by donation.
Contact: Confidential Counselling Line 085 8532741