Counselling Support Information
HERE YOU WILL FIND:
1. Counselling Support Information
2. Crisis Support Information
1. Counselling Support Information:
- Student Counselling & Development offers free and confidential one-to-one counselling to UCC students in the Republic of Ireland.
- If you think you might benefit from talking confidentially to someone, we would encourage you to contact us. We will set up an initial appointment during which you can discuss how counselling may be helpful for you or explore what other relevant supports might be available.
- Counselling can help you get a new perspective on an issue you feel stuck with, help you cope with an unexpected crisis and help you to develop healthy strategies to manage ongoing difficulties.
- Some common issues that students seek our support with are: Academic stress, alcohol/drug misuse, sexual trauma, low mood and depression, anxiety, self-esteem, social anxiety, family and relationship difficulties, bereavement, eating difficulties, coming out, gender identity etc.
- 93% of students who attend Student Counselling & Development for counselling find it effective or very effective.
- If you would like to book a counselling appointment, please go to this section.
- In addition to counselling support, students can avail of self-help resources and useful links to other departments and external agencies.
2. Crisis Support Information:
- Please note, Student Counselling & Development is not an emergency response service. If you are in crisis, please consider the following supports:
- Emergency: Dial 999 or 112.
- If you are at risk of self-harm: Pieta House freephone 1800 247 247. Mercy Hospital A&E. Cork University Hospital A&E.
- Urgent support: Text UCC to 50808 to chat anonymously with a trained volunteer. Samaritans Freephone 11613