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Looking For Counselling?

Finding a counsellor can be a difficult process for many people. There is currently no government regulation of who is qualified to provide counselling and psychotherapy in Ireland.

It is therefore important to enquire about a therapist's training, professional accreditation, and experience. This can be particularly difficult when a person is in crisis or distress and can often be a hit and miss process. 

All Member organisations of AACPI have counsellors and psychotherapists that are professionally trained, who work under Codes of Ethics of accrediting professional bodies, and maintain professional liability insurance and supervision.


Member Organisations Of The AACPI


The following organisations may also provide information on accessing professionally qualified counsellors across Ireland.

This information is provided for information purposes only and inclusion here does not imply a recommendation or endorsement by AACPI.

Tusla Child and Family Agency
www.tusla.ie

The National Counselling Service (NCS)
www.hse-ncs.ie

Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy - IACP
www.irish-counselling.ie

Psychological Society of Ireland - PSI 
www.www.psychologicalsociety.ie

Irish Council for Psychotherapy - ICP
www.psychotherapy-ireland.com

The Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Therapy- IAHIP
www.iahip.org

Family Therapy Association of Ireland - FTAI
www.familytherapyireland.com

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