Addiction Counselling Services for Adults & Youth By Helplink
Galway, Mayo & Online Nationwide
Addictions allow people a temporary dangerous escape from their problems, and can develop quickly or over time from many activities such as alcohol, drugs, eating, gambling, shopping, sex and misuse of the internet. Helplink’s Galway and Mayo based Addiction Counselling Services – a specialised, professional addiction counselling service provided by qualified, Garda vetted and fully accredited professional addiction counsellors, in a safe and caring environment.
Our Adult and Youth Addiction Counselling services are also available online nationwide.
Helplink supporting you to put the pieces together!
If you are a Full-Time (Post Secondary) Student (part-time counselling student), Single Parent or Unemployed and in receipt of a social protection payment (e.g. Jobseeker’s Benefit/Allowance, Disability Benefit, Illness Benefit), one appointment costs €30.
One standard appointment for employed people costs €65
NOTE: For young people (under the age of 18), the appointment price is determined by which category their parents and/or guardians fall into.
*To cancel or postpone an appointment you must contact us 48 hours before your appointment is due to take place or you may be subject to a cancellation fee.
Helplink Addiction Counsellors:
KEVIN HOGAN (Addiction Counsellor): Kevin holds a BA Hons degree in counselling and addiction from the Tralee Institute of Technology and is an executive director (treasurer) of the Addiction Counsellors of Ireland (ACI). Kevin is fully accredited with the Addiction Counsellors of Ireland is a member of the accreditation committee and has a wide range of experience in the addiction field.
GLYN JONES (Addiction Counsellor): Glyn holds a Level 7 degree in Counselling and is an Executive Board Member (Vice-Chair) of Addiction Counsellor’s of Ireland. Glyn is fully accredited with Addiction Counsellor’s of Ireland (ACI), Glyn is also an Advocate for Youth Advocacy Galway (YAP).
ORLA KILLEEN (Addiction Counsellor / Counsellor): Orla holds a first class BA (Hons) degree in counselling and psychotherapy from Irish Institute of Counseling and Humanitarian Psychotherapy (IICHP). She has also attained a first class MA in Applied Psychology (Coaching) from University College Cork. Orla is fully accredited with IACP and is currently training as a supervisor with them. Orla is currently working as an addiction counsellor within a residential setting and is pre-accredited with Addiction Counsellor’s of Ireland (ACI).