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    Addiction Counselling by Helplink
    1st Floor, The Plaza, Headford Road,
    091 759887

    Addiction Counselling Galway and Online Nationwide
    Addictions allow people a temporary dangerous escape from their problems, and can develop quickly or over time from many activities such as  alcohol, drugs, eating, gambling, shopping, sex and misuse of the internet.

    Helplink Support Services provides a specialised professional addiction counselling service through it’s fully accredited professional addiction counsellors, in a safe and caring environment.

    If you are a Full-Time Student or Unemployed and in receipt of a Social Welfare payment (e.g. Jobseeker’s Benefit/Allowance, Disability Benefit, Illness Benefit), one appointment costs  €30.

    One standard appointment for employed people costs €60.
    Addiction Service Team:
    GLYN JONES (Addiction Counsellor): Glyn holds a Level 7 degree in Counselling and is an Executive Board Member (Vice-Chairman) of Addiction Counsellor’s of Ireland. Glyn is fully accredited with Addiction Counsellor’s of Ireland (ACI), Glyn is also an Advocate for Youth Advocacy Galway (YAP).

    Sean Harty (Addiction Counsellor): Sean

    *To cancel or postpone an appointment you must contact us 48 hours before your appointment is due to take place or you may be subject to a cancellation fee.

    Galway County
    Galway City
    Aislinn Addiction Centre
    Aislinn Addiction Centre

    Aislinn is a residential treatment centre which caters for 15-21 years old who are chemicaly dependent on alcohol/drugs/gambling. We have a six week programme with a two year continum care programme. During treatment the emphasis is on an integrated approach to respond to the whole person and begin to nurture their self-worth and dignity, helping them find meaning in life and a desire to live a healthy lifestyle, free from alcohol and drugs. Family participation in the residential programme and aftercare is seen as vital.

    ARC Cancer Support Centre North Dublin
    ARC House, 65 Eccles Street

    Aftercare Research Counselling, Incorporating rehabilitation and complementary care. Founded in 1994, ARC is a registered charity offering professional support to people affected by cancer and those who care for them. The support is holistic and complements primary medical treatment with education and psychological care. Services are free of charge and all donations are greatly appreciated.

    ARC Cancer Support Centre South Dublin
    ARC House, 559 South Circular Road

    Aftercare Research Counselling Incorporating rehabilitation and complementary care. Founded in 1994, ARC is a registered charity offering professional support to men and women affected by cancer and those who care for them. The support is holistic and complements primary medical treatment with education and psychological care. Services in ARC House are free of charge but donations are greatly appreciated.

    Art Therapy Galway by Helplink
    1st Floor, The Plaza, Headford Road,
    091 759887

    Art therapy is the use of art materials for self expression and reflection in the presence of a qualified art therapist. Art therapy is a unique process, combining creativity and psychotherapy for growth, awareness and healing. It is done in a supportive, non-judgemental environment.

      Why do people see an Art Therapist?

    Some people can find it difficult to talk directly about their feelings and experiences. Using art materials can be an alternative form of expression.
    The art process itself can be deeply relaxing, satisfying and positive. It can provide some physical and emotional relief as we express feelings using tactile art materials.
    Art therapy can potentially provide a space where people can experiment, make a mess, be playful and spontaneous.

      Do I need to be artistic?

    No artistic skill is necessary. It is not about making realistic drawings or painting a masterpiece. The artistic quality of the end product is unimportant. The therapist will not make judgments and all work is accepted in its own right.

      What will happen in a session?

    Sessions usually last for between 50 minutes to an hour, at the same time and place each week. A range of art materials will be available in each session and you can choose what to make or do, with freedom to express your experiences and thoughts in your own individual way. All images you make, and what you may say about them is treated as confidential

    Art Therapy can help with: addiction and recovery, anger, bullying, depression, low self esteem and confidence, grief and bereavement, stress and anxiety and much more!

    Group workshops are also available. Please contact us for further information.

    The cost for this specialist counselling service is only €50 Euro an appointment.

    *To cancel or postpone an appointment you must contact us 48 hours before your appointment is due to take place or you may be subject to a cancellation fee.

    **If you book a session it indicates you agree with our ‘Terms of Use‘.

    (Caregivers must give written permission to us for young people under 18 and children to participate in art therapy).

     

    Galway County
    Galway City
    b4udecide.ie

    b4udecide.ie The HSE Crisis Pregnancy Programme (formerly the Crisis Pregnancy Agency) is a planning and co-ordinating body established to formulate and implement a strategy to address the issue of crisis pregnancy in Ireland through: A reduction in the number of crisis pregnancies by the provision of education, advice and contraceptive services. A reduction in the number of women with crisis pregnancies who opt for abortion by offering services and supports which make other options more attractive. The provision of counselling services, medical services and such other health services for the purpose of providing support, after crisis pregnancy, as may be deemed appropriate by the Agency.

    Ballinasloe Crisis Pregnancy Support Service
    Portiuncula Hospital

    Ballinasloe Crisis Pregnancy Service provides free post-abortion counselling and support to women who have had an abortion. It does not matter whether the abortion happened recently, or many years ago. Ballinasloe Crisis Pregnancy Service is based in Portiuncula Hospital, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, with an outreach office in Marina House, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway. How To Make An Appointment: For a free, confidential appointment Locall 1850 200600 or email ballinasloecps@hse.ie The service is open from 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday with an answering machine outside these hours. The counsellor will call you back during office hours.

    Bray Womans Health Centre
    Bri Chualann Court, Adelaide Road

    Bray Crisis Pregnancy Service provides free post-abortion counselling and free post-abortion medical check-ups to women who have had an abortion. It does not matter whether the abortion happened recently, or many years ago Bray Crisis Pregnancy Service is located on Adelaide Road in Bray. How to Make an Appointment: For a free confidential appointment please ring 0818 227034 or email health@braywomenshealthcentre.ie. The phone line is open from 10am to 5pm Monday to Friday. There is an answering service outside these hours. Leave a message and we will call you back. You can expect an appointment within 2 working days

    Bushypark Addiction Treatment Centre
    Bushypark House,

    BushyPark Treatment Centre is a 13-bed residential treatment centre located in 17 acres of parkland, 3 miles outside Ennis Town. The centre offers a 28 day residential programme for people addicted to alcohol, drugs, gambling based on the 12 step philosophy/Minnesota Model of treatment. BushyPark residential treatment programme and related services are open to all men and women over the age of 18. There is no upper age limit. (Link to the programme for further information) How to access the service Phone BushyPark Treatment Centre to discuss issues in relation to alcohol, drug and gambling addiction for yourself or someone you are concerned about. Following this if necessary an appointment will be made for an assessment with an addiction counsellor to further discuss the extent of the addiction. From this assessment stage the client will be further advised and referred to the residential programme or other services. Quality BushyPark Treatment Centre is currently undergoing an accreditation process with HAQU to ensure quality standards are maintained at all stages of treatment. It is envisaged that this will be achieved by end 2009. Questionnaires and group meetings are used as a method of getting these suggestions and a quality team is in place to oversee the implementation of these suggestions. This team is also charged with the development and monitoring of quality standards in the centre.

    CARI LIMERICK CENTRE
    CARI House, Ennis Road
    061 582224

    CARI Limerick Centre

    CARI provides a child centred therapy and counselling service to children families and groups who have been affected by child sexual abuse.

    Children, Families and groups affected by child sexual abuse. CARI works to provide therapy and allied services to children, young people, families and groups affected by child sexual abuse.

    They operate a telephone hotline (Lo Call 1890 924 567) during office hours from Monday – Friday from 9.30am – 5.30pm.

    CARI Services

    National Helpline – 1890 924567
    Crisis Counselling for adults concerned about child sexual abuse
    Therapy for children affected by child sexual abuse
    Training for those who work with children and families
    Preventative education and group work for children and adults
    CASS ( Court Accompaniment support service for children)

    Limerick County
    Limerick City
    Centric Health Newbridge Medical
    Station Road.
    045 491 700

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    Kildare County
    Newbridge
    Console
    Console
    Console House, 4 Whitethorn Grove

    Console was established in 2002 by Paul Kelly after he had experienced the grief of losing a loved one by Suicide. Through his loss, Paul recognised a need for a dedicated Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Postvention Service here in Ireland. Since then Console has developed into a National Organisation supporting people in Suicidal Crisis and those Bereaved by Suicide through Professional Counselling, Support and Helpline Services. Console is a National Service with Centres in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Athlone, Wexford and Kildare.

    Cork ARC Cancer Support House
    Cliffdale, 5 O’Donovan Rossa Road

    Cork ARC Cancer Support House is a voluntary organization established to provide a holistic centre in which people with cancer and their families can find emotional support and practical help. Our aim is to provide therapies that complement the medical model, so as to make a difference to the lives of those affected by cancer. ARC stands for Aftercare, Research Counselling. While most visitors have been referrals from hospitals, GPs and practice nurses throughout Munster, others have been attracted by the good experience of friends. Patients and relatives will find in ARC House a gentle and supportive atmosphere outside of the hospital environment.

    Cork Sexual Health Centre
    16 Peters St
    021 427 6676

    The Cork Sexual Health Centre: promoting & supporting sexual health without judgement Sexual Health Promotion The Health Promotion team at the Sexual Health Centre delivers skills based workshops to Schools, Youth and Community groups, parents and professionals in the Cork and Kerry area. We have been delivering training programmes since 1987.

    Our workshops are accessible, comprehensive and based on enhancing positive sexual health for all. We allow young people to discuss in a format that allows them to be comfortable in the group and with the topics. Unplanned Pregnancy The Unplanned Pregnancy Counsellors provide a non-judgemental, professional and non-directive service to women experiencing an unplanned or crisis pregnancy.

    We respectfully assist women to explore all their options: Choosing to continue with the pregnancy, Choosing an abortion, Choosing an adoption.

    We offer: Free pregnancy counselling Free pregnancy testing Free post abortion counselling Free post abortion check-up HIV Support: is a service for clients who are HIV positive and for their significant others. It is also for those who have concerns or require information about HIV. Clients can access counselling, one-to-one personal and group support. Complementary Therapies such as massage and Reiki are also available. People with HIV may also avail of peer education training so that they can act as supports and educators in their own communities.

    For further information or support, please feel free to phone our helpline 021 4276676

    Cork County
    Cork City
    Counselling Service Galway by Helplink
    1st Floor, The Plaza, Headford Road,
    091 759887

    Helplink Support Services is a non-profit organisation (CRA No:20143237) that provides mental health and conflict resolution services locally, nationally and internationally.

    In Person Counselling Service in Galway City (online service available nationwide & beyond):

    Helplink’s professional, qualified,  insured and Garda vetted counsellors are there at times to suit you, 7 days a week: 9 am to 9 pm Monday to Friday or 12 to 6 pm Saturday and Sunday (Closed on Bank Holidays and Christmas/New Year’s Eve).

    If you are a Full-Time Student (part-time counselling student) or Unemployed and in receipt of a social protection payment (e.g. Jobseeker’s Benefit/Allowance, Disability Benefit, Illness Benefit), one appointment costs  €30.

    One standard appointment for employed people costs €50 or €45 with a GP referral (letter or email), you can also buy a bundle package of 6 appointments for €290.

    For lots of information about mental health, interesting posts and info on our special offers please go to (and like) our Facebook page by clicking here

    We can help if you are dealing with: Feeling unhappy, feeling low, being constantly worried, not sleeping, feeling stressed out and/or anxious, behaviour problems, anger issues, feeling sad, difficulty dealing with a death, being bullied/cyber bullied, feeling confused, drinking too much, addiction problems, problems with eating, not feeling good about yourself, lacking in confidence…

    *Cancellation fees apply if notice is not given 48 hours before your appointments is due to take place.

    Galway County
    Galway City