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Counselling

Counselling provides people with an opportunity to explore issues of concern in a safe and confidential environment. The client and the counsellor work together towards agreed set of goals. The kind of problems that people come to counselling to resolve, include deep long standing issues as well as current problems which are affecting their lives.

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Making An Appointment

If you would like counselling, the first step is to contact us. An initial appointment with a staff counsellor will be arranged for you. This appointment usually lasts 50 minutes. The staff counsellor will discuss the issues you wish to address in counselling and explain how the process works.   Initial appointments usually take place …

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Our Counsellors

Our counselling service is provided by volunteer counsellors who donate their time and expertise to Living Life Counselling. All our counsellors are members of the major counselling and psychotherapy accrediting bodies in Ireland, including The Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP), The Irish Association for Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP), and the Irish Association …

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What We Do

Bray Local drug and alcohol task force is a forum of statutory organisations and community groups and public representatives that aim to address the drug problem in Bray. This forum aim to address the local drug problem. The forum has in place prevention and education programmes, treatment services for active users and rehabilitation service. To …

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Affordable Cost

At your initial appointment we will request a donation, and thereafter an amount will be set for every counselling session. You can discuss this with a staff counsellor, and reach an agreement that suits your financial situation. We are aware of the many demands on people‚Äôs resources and it is very important to us to …

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