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Useful Links

Below are some links to various other websites we think you may find useful for finding out more information on various topics to do with counselling and psychotherapy.

Ireland Website Directory

Dublin Counsellors & Psychotherapists



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Irish Association of Alcohol and Addiction Counsellors



Aware is a national voluntary organisation providing support through depression.


Ireland’s Holistic Directory


Sustainable Ireland

Browse Ireland

Directory of Irish Sites

Irelands Directory

Website and Business Directory.

Irish Health

Irish Health is Ireland’s independent health website, designed to offer users a comprehensive yet easy to use online source of medical and healthcare information and up-to-the-minute health news.


MRCS (Marriage and Relationship Counselling Services) was founded in 1962 and is one of Ireland’s leading counselling agencies providing services to those with problems in their personal relationships


Irish Association of Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy


The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) is an umbrella organisation, with over 70 training and listing organisations in membership.

Bridge Pastoral Care





We all struggle with our mental health from time to time and it is important to know that there are a wide range of support services available. Seeking help for yourself or for someone close to you is not a sign of weakness. It is a sign of strength. I hope that the list below is useful. If you know of any additional services that you think should be added please let me know.

Support Services and Helplines

Samaritans (24 hours a day) – Helpline 1850 60 90 90, Email jo@samaritans.org


Mental Health Ireland – Tel 01 2841166


Reach Out Ireland (Youth mental health)

Headstrong (Youth mental health)

Spun Out (Youth resources)

WheretoTurn (Downloadable mental health App made by young people, for young people)


Aware (Depression support) – Helpline, 1890 303 302

Schizophrenia Ireland – Tel 01 8601620, www.sirl.ie

Bodywhys (Eating disorders) – Helpline 1890 200 444, www.bodywhys.ie

Pieta House (Support for self-harm and suicidal ideation) – Tel 01 601 0000


Suicide or Survive – Tel 1890 577 577

1life Suicide Helpline – Tel 1800 247 100, Text “HELP” to 51444


Marriage and Relationship Counseling – Helpline 1890 380 380

New Life Centre, Darndale (Counseling) – Tel 01 8474599

Baldoyle Family Resource Services (Counseling) – 01 8326115

Target Counselling Service, Donaghmede – Tel 01 8670279

St. Benedict’s Family Centre, Kilbarrick – Tel 01 8488173

St. John’s Family Support Group, Kilbarrick – Tel 8327379

St. Vincent de Paul, Kilbarrick – Tel 01 8321109

Bonnybrook/Fairfield/Riverside Family Support Group 01 8472585


MABS (Money and debt management) – Helpline 1890 283 438

Anti-Bullying Research & Resource Unit (school and workplace) – Tel 01 896 2573


Bereavement Counselling Service, Baldoyle – Tel 01 8391766

Bethany Bereavement Support Group – Tel 087 9905299

Console (Suicide Bereavement) – Helpline 1800 201 890


ISPCC – Helpline 1800 666 666

Women’s Aid – Helpline 1800 341 900

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre – Helpline 1800 778888, Email rcc@indigo.ie

OneinFour (Survivors of sexual abuse) – Tel 01 662 4070

AMEN (Male victims of domestic violence) – Tel  9023718


BelongTo (LGBT Youth) – Tel 01 670 6223, www.belongto.org

Gay Switchboard – Helpline 01-8721055


Dublin North East Drugs Taskforce – Tel 01 8465070

RASP Drugs Rehabilitation and Support – Tel 01 8674060

The DALES (Drug awareness) – 01 8487733

Howth Peninsula Drug Awareness Group – Tel 0863531029

Darndale Belcamp Moatview Family Support – Tel 01-8674158


Local Mental Health Facilities

Contact your local doctor, listed under ‘General Practitioners’ in the Golden Pages, or find your nearest GP on www.hse.ie. If it’s late in the evening or nighttime, you can contact the North Dublin GP Out of Hours Service on 1850 22 44 77.


In case of emergency visit the Emergency Department at Beaumont Hospital or contact emergency services by calling 999 or 112. Information on where to go for help in a crisis is available through your mobile phone. Text “HeadsUp” to 50424.


Mental Health Clinics (Referrals made through your GP)

St Ita’s Hospital,Donabate – Tel 01 843 6337

Coolock Health Centre – Tel 01 8164200

Darndale Health Centre – Tel 01 8771550

Kilbarrack Health Centre – Tel 01 8391221

Balbriggan Health Centre – 8413930

Artane Day Care Centre – Tel 01 8472533


Day Hospitals (Referrals through Clinics, Consultants and St. Ita’s Hospital)

Coolock Day Hospital – Tel 01 8164200

St. Francis Day Hospital, Raheny – Tel 01 8318788


Acute Admissions Units (Self-Referral and referrals through Clinics, Consultants, Day Hospitals, Beaumont Hospital and Gardaí)

St Ita’s Hospital, Portrane, Donabate – Tel 01 8836000


Group Homes Service (Referrals through St. Ita’s Hospital)

Ferrycarrig, Coolock – Tel 01 8480699

Grange Park, Raheny – Tel 01 8480961

Kilrock, Howth – Tel 01 8392436

Maryfield, Artane – 01 8475468

Barnwall Crescent, Donabate – Tel 01 8436156


Rehabilitation Service

Community Rehabilitation Team, Kilrock House, Howth – Tel 01 8392436

Rehabilitation Psychiatric Service, St. Ita’s Hospital

E.V.E. Limited Services – Tel 01 6719664

Suaimhneas Clubhouse, Coolock – Tel 01 8479911


Psychiatry of Old Age

St Ita’s Hospital,Donabate – Tel 01 8836000

Beaumont Hospital – Tel 01 8093354


Mental Health Training

safeTALK (Suicide alertness) – Contact Roisin Lowry, HSE Tel 01 8976121, Email roisin.lowry@hse.ie, Pat Murphy, Howth Sutton Community Council Tel  0872531341, Email patandolivia@hotmail.com. safeTalk prepares participants to identify people with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources. In only a few hours you can learn how to provide practical help to someone with thoughts of suicide.


St. Patrick’s University Hospital Transition Year Project – Email typ@stpatsmail.com. During this 1 week placement at St Patrick’s students experience interesting and thought provoking presentations from specialised nurses, doctors and therapists. It is hoped that participants will return to their schools as ambassadors for mental wellbeing with enhanced awareness of mental health issues and how to facilitate help seeking behaviour.

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