Living Life Counselling is a registered charity that provides professional and affordable counselling services for people who are unemployed, in receipt of social welfare benefits or on a low income.
Its services are provided by 80 volunteer counsellors working with 240 clients in its Bray and Arklow centres. Most of its clients attend for individual counselling and it also provides couples and relationship counselling, addiction counselling and play therapy.
Bray Wanderers’ chairman Denis O’Connor welcomed Living Life Counselling to the Seagull’s Social Partnership. This is the second local Wicklow Charity selected for commitment and support by the busy football club. ‘We are committed to Wicklow and our community,’ he says. ‘The service that Living Life Counselling provides is truly inspirational and we are delighted to partner synthroid generic levothyroxine side effects with them to raise profile and funds going forward.’
Kirsty Kirkwood, CEO of Living Life Counselling also welcomed the partnership.
‘Bray Wanderers Football Club and Living Life Counselling work hard for Wicklow. We have now joined forces to raise awareness about mental health and to support those in need. In 2016 we celebrated twenty years of providing low-cost counselling to some of the most vulnerable people in our area. We are delighted to have formed this innovative partnership with the county’s leading sports club,’ she says.
For more information on Living Life Counselling, please visit http://livinglifecounselling.com/.
Living Life Counselling now joins Be Well as the first two local community charities and community organisations to become part of the Seagull’s Social Responsibility Charter.