Here are some links which may be of interest or of use;-
Aware was formed by patients, relatives and mental health professionals who have experience of dealing with depression to provide support.
Bodywhys supports people with eating disorders.
Connect is the national telephone support helpline for those who have experienced childhood abuse, trauma or neglect. The phone line is open from 6-10pm Wednesday to Sunday.
Callers to the Samaritans can talk about their feelings and emotions as well as exploring options they have in dealing with difficult problems.
Women's Aid provides support and information to women and their children who are physically, emotionally and sexually abused.
Cari provide child centred therapy and counselling services for children, families, and those affected by child sexual abuse.
One in Four supports to women who have experienced domestic sexual abuse and or sexual violence.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a group of people who share experiences and hope with each other to help solve their common problems related to alcohol. Regular meetings are held throughout Ireland. AA members help other recovering alcoholics to practice sobriety using the twelve step approach.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a community-based group of recovering drug misusers. Regular meetings are held to discuss recovery and its challenges.
A resource site for men with depression.
ABC Counselling and Psychotherapy is located in Dublin City Centre. If you are looking for counselling in Dublin 2:
ABC Counselling and Psychotherpay
33 Kildare Street
2 minutes from St Stephen's Green Luas.
Call 0876666425 or 01-4545646 now to make an appointment.