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Counselling in Primary Care by the HSE (National Counselling Service) offers up to 8 free counselling sessions for those over 18 years who hold a medical card. To make an appointment, please contact your GP. NB For deaf or hard of hearing clients, sign language interpretation services are available to National Counselling Service clients by arrangement.  Talk with your GP or see for further information.  If you are require a counsellor who can also Sign, please contact the Deaf Society for recommended practitioners. For full list of branches / services see here.Phone: 1800 670 700

Providing fast and easy access to counselling and psychotherapyface to face and online. MyMind work to deliver affordable counselling with a sliding pay scale according to client. Also, for those directly affected by Covid-19, MyMind are now also delivering FREE online counselling appointments all over Ireland. For more information CLICK HERE .  

Free 24 Hour Support service with therapeutic approach for people in suicidal distress, who engage in self-harm, are particularly low or who are bereaved by suicide. See website for branches.

  • Freephone 24 hour Helpline: 1800 247 247
  • Text HELP to 51444
  • Call to book a therapy appoinment: 0818 111 126
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The Traveller Counselling Service is a community based counselling service for the Traveller community.

Staffed by a team of six qualified counsellors & psychotherapists, the service works from a culturally inclusive framework which respects Traveller culture, identity, values and norms to provide culture centred counselling and psychotherapy.

Online mental health community providing support groups, peer support and one to one online counselling.  Turn2me provide 6 free counselling sessions to anyone over 18 years living in Ireland. Website is a good resource of information on mental health issues. Contact: via form on the website


Talk to Tom provides a range of suicide prevention services both nationally and in their local community of Gorey. Services include counselling, child & adolescent services, bereavement support and community outreach programmes.  Their counselling service offers one to one, group and family counselling & therapy sessions. 

  • Helpline: (0818) 30 30 61
  • Email:
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Suicide or Survive (SOS) is a nationwide charity focussed on breaking down the stigma around mental health. SOS deliver innovative mental health and wellness progrmames countrywide and online.  Programmes are available for people who have attempted suicide (Eden Programme), for people supporting others who are struggling (Supporters Programme), self-management / wellness (WRAP Programme, Wellness Workshop and Workplace Wellness). 

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