Supporting disabled people aged 16+ in the Causeway Coast & Glens area. 

We are here to listen. 

Mental Health Counselling - How it works

Tailored 1:1 mental health counselling for up to an hour per individual session, via telephone, digitally or face to face (within current socially distanced guidelines) as agreed. Each individual will be able to access up to twelve 1:1 sessions with our fully qualified and BACP registered Integrative Mental Health Counsellor.

Tools & Theories

Well established tools and theories will be used covering key areas such as use of exploring self, transitions in life and change, sense of purpose, mediation, music as a tool, timeliness, individual interests, alternative sources of enjoyment, identifying and exploring new support networks, relieving death anxiety and grief work.

Benefits & Outcomes

Remove loneliness, creating better connections. Improved confidence and self worth. Improved health and wellbeing. Personal growth and self-awareness. Improved emotional resilience.

For more information contact Maria Morgan MBACP, Disability Action Mental Health Counsellor & Connect Wellbeing Counselling Project Co-Ordinator T: 07483 981220 E: [email protected].

This program is funded through the Causeway Coast and Glens GP Federation in partnership with HSC Northern Health and Social Care Trust and is managed by Disability Action Northern Ireland. 

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Promoting positive change through reducing social isolation