In light of the evolving situation with COVID 19 Fingal Counselling Service will be closing until further notice. This decision has been taken in the interest of our clients, staff and our community . We will continue to follow government guidelines and will be open as soon as possible.
If you are a current client and need to talk to a counsellor urgently, you can call the service at 01 8902596 and leave a message with your name and telephone number. A counsellor will return your call as soon as possible.
Take care and be safe.
The service will close on Friday 20th Dec 2019 and reopen again on Monday 6th Jan 2020.
If you’re in distress this Christmas and want someone to
talk to, please call Samaritans on 116 123 – their phone lines are open all day
every day over the festive period and they’re free.
Fingal Counselling Service management are delighted to announce that a new group of counsellors will begin working with the service in January 2019. The induction training for the new counsellors took place on Nov 24th 2018. It was a very successful day and we look forward to working with our colleagues.
Below is a photo of some of the new group
From left to right
Ann Marie Kelly, Miriam Lewis, Breda Brady, Garry Plunkett, Dermot McDonald, Noel Dowling
(missing from the line-up, Tracey McGee, Aoife Doyle, Nikki Hennessy and Olive Talbot)
Due to adverse weather conditions, Fingal Counselling Service is closed. The service will re open on Monday 5th March. If you feel you would like to talk to someone, please ring The Samaritans on 116 123 or visit their website email@example.com
Fingal Counselling Service will close on Friday 23rd December 2017 and re-open on Wednesday 3rd January 2018.
If, during this period, you experience difficulties and you wish to speak to someone please contact
The Samaritans on 116 123 (this number is free to call)
or visit their website
Your spiritual guidance for the day
Give me kind Heaven,
A private station,
A mind serene for contemplation,
Title and profit I resign;
The post of honour shall be be mine.
The surface is smooth,
Yet, like birds and creatures
of forest and plain,
I sense unseen turbulence.
The air is uneasy
The quiet full of noise
Creaking, tearing, moving.
Watchful, alert and reading the signs
Sleep is light
Waking is instant,
Another day safe and unsafe