Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP)
If you were running a fever or were feeling physically run-down you would probably visit a GP.
So, if you were feeling depressed, anxious or just needed to talk through some issues it would stand to reason that you would also seek help.
Your mental health should be of equal importance to your physical health, but in this increasingly fast-paced world we’re living in – people’s mental health often falls by the wayside. Many people searching for counselling or psychotherapy are unsure of where to find it.
On our online register of our members, you can see what counsellors are in your area, what techniques they specialise in and their rates.
When meeting with an IACP member you can be assured of meeting with an empathic and non-judgmental professional who will work with you to reach solutions.
Confidentiality and respect are the cornerstones of counselling and psychotherapy.
The Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) is the largest Irish register of professionally accredited Counsellors and Psychotherapists.
With over 4400 members, you will IACP trained and accredited members in every county in Ireland. These members have the power of helping you with issues such as Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Relationships and Bereavement and Loss, Sexuality and many more emotional issues.