Bee Park Resource Centre, Sligo
Service / Organisation:
Description of main activities / services for children and families:
StopSuicide value and care for each person who seeks our services. Through our experience of working with self- harm and suicide we acknowledge the very difficult life events that can lead people to hurt themselves, or end their lives.
StopSuicide value and care for each person who seeks our services. Through our experience of working with self- harm and suicide we acknowledge the very difficult life events that can lead people to hurt themselves, or end their lives. Our purpose is to provide a safe, confidential place where you can safely talk about the loss, stress, confusion, conflicts and other pain in your life. Our style of counselling is to listen, support and perhaps help you with insight to either change what is possible to change or to live more contentedly and creatively with that which is not. We will act to intervene with appropriate support, commitment and compassion. STOP Suicide will continue to lobby for regular funding for similar voluntary groups. We greatly acknowledge all the groups, individuals, clubs, organisations and agencies that consistently fund raise for STOP Suicide. You people are our anchors and we appreciate you and your kindness.
- Sligo town and environs
- Sligo - north
- Sligo - south, east and west
- Leitrim - Carrick-on-Shannon and environs
- Leitrim - south
- Leitrim - north
We cover Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim. East Mayo & West Cavan
Where service is provided
Where service is provided:
- Service provided at various locations throughout the area covered
We promote awareness of the problem of suicide and suicidal behaviour to the general public by holding information evenings and workshops by communication of relevant material through the media.
How to access the service
How to access the service (referral pathways) :
- People can self-refer / access the service directly (without the need for a referral)
Notes on referrals to the service:
For Counselling Freephone: 1850 211877 For queries and information: Office: 071 9856070 Mob: 086 777 2009 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Parental permission needed
Do young people need parental permission to use your service? :
- No parental permission required
Age-range catered for
Age-range catered for:
- Primary school age (4-12 years approx.)
- Post-primary school age (13-18 years approx.)
- Young adults (18-24 years)
- Adults (25-64 years)
- Adults (65+ years)
Do you specialise in any particular issue(s)?:
Self harm, Suicide and Bereavement Support
Are counselling services regularly supervised? If so, please state what these arrangements are.:
Michelle Fox is the clinical director with STOP Suicide. Michelle is a registered general nurse where she worked in acute settings and accident and emergency in both London and Dublin for fifteen years. She is a fully accredited Counsellor, Psychotherapist and supervisor with the I.A.C.P. and has been in practice for twelve years. Michelle was a tutor for community awareness of drugs and has given workshop and presentations throughout the country.
What, if any, regulatory bodies are counsellors members of?:
Our fully qualified Garda Vetted Counsellors are located across Sligo, Leitrim, Donegal, Cavan, Longford, Mayo, Roscommon & Galway. Each of the counsellors have their own counselling rooms available. We also have a counselling room available at the Beepark Resource Centre in Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim.