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Published on March 12th, 2020 | by Suzie

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Changes to Counselling Sessions due to Covid 19 Virus

Due to the current unfolding situation regarding the Covid 19 virus, clients will now have their sessions provided by phone or where possible online. Until further notice clients will not be seen in person. however this will be reviewed on a monthly basis in line with advice from the public health authorities.  This decision is being taken for the safety of the clients, counsellors and the wider Traveller community.  For further information please contact 0863081476 or email info@travellercounselling.ie.  For further information on the Covid 19 please see https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/coronavirus.html


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