Low cost/free counselling
Low-cost/free counselling services outside of the Institute:
The Village Counselling Service
Killinarden Enterprise Park,
T: 01 4664205 / 087 9049497
St Catherines Counselling Service
St Marys Main Street
Dublin Counselling and Therapy centre
41 Upper Gardiner St
Oasis counselling centre,
St Laurences Place East, Seville place,
Telephone: 01-836 4524
1 Drumfinn Park,
Telephone: 01-626 8519
Pieta House specializes in helping those who are involved in active self-harm or who have suicidal ideation.
Pieta North Dublin, Unit 3,
Jigsaw Tallaght - Youth Mental Health Service
Jigsaw Tallaght is a free & confidential youth mental health service working with 13--25 yr olds. Our catchment area includes IT Tallaght. We offer support to young people who are facing anything from everyday worries and stresses, up to more serious issues like panic or mild depression. Generally we will meet with a young person for 1-6 sessions, during which time we work with them to set goals that are important to them and will hopefully help with the problems that they are facing.
County Hall, (Opposite Exchange Hall)
Block 3 Belgard Square North,
Carmelite Community Centre
Counselling Service for adults, offering one to one non-directive counselling around issues such as, bereavement, marital/relationship difficulties, anxiety, stress, low self esteem, depression, issues relating to emotional growth & personal development.
56 Aungier St,
Tel: (01) 4754673
National Counselling Service (HSE)
The HSE National Counselling Service (NCS) is a professional, confidential counselling and psychotherapy service available free of charge in all regions of the Health Services Executive. The HSE client group is adults who have experienced trauma and abuse in childhood with priority given to adult survivors of institutional abuse in Ireland. There are approximately 70 therapists available throughout the country. For contact details, see website link and number for further relevant information.
Tel: 1800 303 529
Crosscare, Drumcondra and Blanchardstown
Free Drug & Alcohol Counselling Service
This one-to-one counselling service is available to people over 18 years of age with any concerns arising from drink or drug-use. If you are concerned about your own substance-use or about drink or drug-use by another person, this service is open to you. Counselling is provided by 3rd year student counsellors studying for a BA degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy.This service is now open for appointments and is operated from Crosscare's Drug & Alcohol programme in Drumcondra & Crosscare's Building in Main Street in Blanchardstown.