What we do
We provide counselling and psychotherapy mainly for the Irish community in Britain.
We are committed to providing therapy for people who find it hard to access help, including those on low incomes and facing disadvantage.
We have more than 20 years’ experience in offering culturally sensitive psychotherapy.
Every week we see about 200 people across all our services.
We have specialist expertise in supporting people who have suffered childhood trauma, including survivors of institutional abuse.
Our therapy service for survivors of institutional abuse is available to survivors living in Britain. It is funded by the Health Service Executive (HSE), Ireland and is provided free of charge.
We have many years of experience in providing psychotherapy for adult survivors of institutional abuse and their families.