Our office is closed throughout the Covid-19 crisis. A number of our support services are now available online. Visit our dedicated Covid-19 page for more information.
Coping with sight loss can be difficult. There are often strong emotions that follow on from a diagnosis. Anxiety, frustration, fear, anger and depression are some of the feelings expressed by those affected by sight loss. It is a very normal reaction and most people experience some level of discomfort.
It can be helpful in such circumstances to talk to a professional counsellor in order to receive support and guidance.
Our Insight Counselling Service is free and confidential and provides support for all those affected by sight loss, both individuals and their family members and carers. We aim to provide the most appropriate options to clients, including once-off support, short-term crisis counselling or working together to determine if there are suitable longer term options available.
We work closely with the Research Department, Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital, Dublin, receiving direct referrals for support services and ensuring the team at the hospital are assisted by us in providing appropriate options for patients’ ongoing support needs.
If you have any questions about the service or would like to enquire about arranging an initial meeting or conversation please contact us on
01 674 6496 or firstname.lastname@example.org.