Knock Counselling Centre is a community based counselling service provided by Knock Shrine and part funded by the child and family agency, TUSLA and is a member of the Association for Agency Based Counselling in Ireland.
Counselling is a talking therapy. Any person can avail of the opportunity to attend to emotional or psychological problems in a supportive and confidential therapeutic environment.
Counsellors offer therapeutic support to people experiencing a wide range of difficulties including: Coping with feelings of anxiety, depression or low self esteem; bereavement issues; issues associated with abuse or neglect; relationship issues; any issues impacting on personal growth and development. Counselling can be described as a process that occurs between two or more people over an agreed period of time. It is based on respect and the belief that we all have the resources to live a fulfilling life. Counselling offers you an opportunity to deepen your understanding of personal distress or confusion, make choices or changes to experience relief from difficult feelings and, ultimately, to live in a more satisfying way.
Upcoming: Courses and Workshops
See full listing of upcoming Counselling Events 2017
‘Wellness for Men’ Mental Health and Positive Wellbeing
Stress Reduction Techniques
Introductory Seminar and Workshop
Facilitated by Michael McTigue, Psychotherapist, Knock Counselling Centre
Seminar: Thursday February 9th, 7pm-8.30pm
Workshop: Saturday February 18th, 11am-4pm
Cost: Introductory Seminar €10; Workshop €50
To Book Contact:
T: (094) 93 75032
Self-Care to Self-Wellness 6-week programme
If you are living with a long-term health condition this programme may be of interest to you. This is a six week programme delivered in 2.5 hour weekly sessions where you will learn new skills to manage your health condition on a day to day basis. You must register in advance as places are limited.
Commencing on Wednesday 8th February from 2pm-4.30pm at Knock Counselling Centre
For further information contact:
Jackie Lynott (programme coordinator)
T: (087) 7185615 or (094) 90 34980
Beginning Wednesday February 8th
Facilitated by Lisa-Anne Campbell, Counsellor and Psychotherapist
5-week course commencing February 8th
Wednesday Evenings 7.00 – 8.30pm
cost €50 per person for 5 weeks
‘Over five weeks we explore how to recognise our feelings, deal with stress, manage changes in our lives more effectively and find our best selves while acknowledging our hearts desires and living more fulfilling and authentic lives.’
To Book Contact:
T: (094) 93 75032
Positive Wellbeing Foundation Programme with Mary Naylor
Beginning Tuesday 7th February for 6 weeks.
This six-week programme is designed to give participants a clearer understanding of how we create stress and tension in our bodies and the impact of that stress on physical and mental well-being. Participants will learn relaxation techniques that will ultimately contribute to a healthier and more integrated way of being in the world. To book contact teh Counselling centre on (094) 93 75032 or email: email@example.com
Counselling service for adults
Counselling provides an opportunity to talk about painful and difficult issues in a safe and confidential environment.
Thinking deeply about your situation with the support of a counsellor, who is genuine, non judgmental and empathetic creates the possibility for change and, ultimately, relief from difficult or painful feelings or situations.
People may seek the support of a counselling service for a wide range of issues.
For further information, telephone (094) 9375032 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Counselling Services for Young People
(12 to 18 year olds)
Knock Counselling Centre offers counselling and support services for young people aged 12 to 18 years.
The counselling sessions are available at low cost and after school hours appointments are also available.
The services provide a supportive and confidential space for young people to address difficulties or issues they may be facing such as:
- Issues at home or in school
- Relationship issues
- Low self-esteem
- Lack of self-confidence
- Problems with your general feeling or way of being in the world
Please contact Knock Counselling Centre for further information.