Northern Ireland - A Wellbeing Counselling Pathway

Northern Ireland - A Wellbeing Counselling Pathway
As part of the Rejuvenate. Thrive. Breathe. (RTB) paramedic wellness programme, we have collaborated with Links Counselling Service to offer full members in Northern Ireland the opportunity to access free, confidential counselling services. 

Links Counselling is a charity offering professional counselling services from three centres in southern and northern trust areas – Armagh, Lurgan, and Lisburn.

Counsellors work with individuals experiencing a variety of life situation and events, including challenges at work, bullying, loss/ bereavement, and relationship difficulties. They also work with those experiencing affected psychological health due to depression, anxiety, traumatic distress, self-harm, low self-confidence, and disordered eating, for example. They also operate a crisis service for individuals who are feeling suicidal, offering an appointment in Lurgan within 48 hours of your call. 

If you would like to access these services, please visit the Links Counselling website, and complete the confidential online form, indicating in the ‘referrer’ box that you are applying via the College of Paramedics programme. Links Counselling staff will then contact you directly to arrange an appointment. 

Get Counselling — Links Counselling Service 

Please note you will be asked to share your membership number/name with the College via Links Counselling so that we may confirm your eligibility as a full member, but otherwise, your confidentiality is retained.

If you’d like any further information, please contact Jo Mildenhall, Paramedic Mental Health Project Lead – Your email will be treated in confidence. 
Please note: This Wellbeing Counselling has been funded by charitable funding received from the Covid Healthcare Support Appeal.

01/06/2022 09:00 - 31/12/2024 10:00
Registration not available.