Access Counselling Clinic Offers Low-Cost Counselling in Dublin

DUBLIN - Nov. 6, 2021 - PRLog -- Access Counselling Clinic recognises that people in Ireland, like those in other parts of the world, continue to experience challenges to their mental health due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. With this, they want people to know that low-cost counselling is available at their clinic.

According to the Central Statistics Office (CSO), six in 10 people in Ireland reported that the pandemic negatively impacted their mental health and well-being. These figures were from the fifth round of their 'Social Impact of Covid-19 Survey' published in February 2021.

Based on the survey, people aged 18-34 were most affected by the pandemic, with 74.4% saying their mental health significantly suffered. In addition, the report also showed that more women than men responded that the pandemic negatively affected them mentally.

The survey results clearly show the far-reaching impacts of the pandemic on people's mental health. Everyone was affected, regardless of their personal situation. As a result, experts anticipate an increase in the demand for mental health services, with the HSE saying that almost 4,000 people were waiting for counselling at the end of April this year.

Access Counselling Clinic has been at the forefront of what many call a "mental health crisis" brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. A trusted counselling agency based in Dublin, the clinic continues to provide a safe space where people with mental health issues can get low-cost professional counselling.

They are open for face-to-face counselling service, strictly complying with public health measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19. To help more people, they also launched their online counselling service last year.

The clinic has qualified counsellors accredited with the IACP (Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) or are working towards their IACP accreditation. As such, clients can expect their counsellors to adhere to the highest ethical and legal standards of confidentiality set by the IACP.

These professionals are trained and experienced in helping people suffering from depression (, burnout, anxiety and increased levels of stress. They are also qualified to provide specialised services such as alcohol and substance abuse counselling, family counselling and marriage guidance.

The clinic knows that finding the right counsellor plays a huge role in the success of the counselling. Hence, they offer a short consultation by telephone to help people determine if they are the right fit for their needs.

For more information, give them a call today at 01 5240708 or book a counselling appointment online at

Beth Fitzpatrick,
353 Crumlin Rd, Crumlin, Dublin 12, D12 W6Y3, Ireland
Location:Dublin - Dublin - Ireland
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