DUNDALK COUNSELLING CENTRE
3 Seatown Place, Dundalk, Co Louth, Ireland
The Dundalk Counselling Centre was established in 1982 in response to a definite need for counselling and support in the community.
The Centre serves the entire north eastern region, comprising Louth, Meath , Cavan, Monaghan, and also Down and Tyrone.
The Centre was, and continues to be, based in the community, supported by the community and aims to help the most vulnerable members of the community.
The range of problems for which people seek help is diverse, including relationship difficulties, marriage breakdown, bereavement, depression, sexual and physical abuse, alcoholism, redundancy and family violence.
We believe we are making a considerable impact on the Social Environment by reaching out to the community, thus enabling people to become rehabilitated so that they can become employable once more, and by restoring self-respect to people demoralised by stress and social deprivation
Our current premises were officially opened by President Mary Robinson in 1993. The Centre comprises of 7 counselling rooms, a family therapy room, a group room, training room, canteen, library and reception area.
Information on the History of Dundalk Counselling Centre
Information on Our Staff
Information on Adolescent Centre
Information on our Three Year Professional Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy and other courses