"I feel better in myself
after talking to the counsellor"


Where We Are

At present there are ten counsellors working in the following locations:

  • The Parish of the Traveller People, Phibsborough
  • Dublin City Centre
  • Dochus Women’s Prison
  • Bray
  • Tallaght
  • Fingal
  • Clondalkin
  • Tullamore in partnership with Offaly Traveller Movement
  • Working in partnership with the Clanwilliam Institute to provide counselling for families

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2 Responses to Where We Are

  1. Katharine Twomey says:

    Hi, I was wondering if you provide any counselling or support services in Waterford or County as I work with families in this area and would feel it would be a great support..

  2. Suzie says:

    Hi Katharine

    Thank you for your message, sorry about the delay on getting back to you. If you could contact by email at info@travellercounselling.ie. We will get back to you.

    Regards

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    In April 2019 The Traveller Counselling Service in conjuction with the Traveller Mediation Service and Exchange House Ireland ran a Conference exploring The Impact Of Inter-family Conflict on Traveller Mental Health.

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  • Feedback

    “As manager of the organisation, I have seen the impact since the local counselling service was set up some years now. The taboo that Travellers always had in relation to counselling is no longer there.”

    “Our clients have said that they do feel the benefit of using the service for a number of reasons. Before they did not understand counselling or what it was for, and to be able to talk to someone about their problems and issues, whether it be drug related or not, in a "safe and confidential environment" is key.”

    (Jim O’Brien, Manager, Bray Traveller’s Community Development Group Ltd.)