Train to become a Counsellor/Psychotherapist – Cork Counselling Services Open Evening

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Interested in pursuing a career in counselling and psychotherapy? Or do you work with people and wish to develop your career potential?

Whether you’re a personal development enthusiast or seeking a career change, this is your chance to discover the ins and outs of this training.

Join Cork Counselling Services for an exciting online open evening where you can explore the rewarding journey of becoming a counsellor and psychotherapist.

Learn more about our creative and experiential part-time training programs. Discover the skills and knowledge you will gain while working towards becoming a professional counsellor and psychotherapist.

Our experienced trainers and students will provide an overview of the programmes and answer your questions. We will cover everything from course delivery and academic workload to qualifications and career options.

These online open evenings are free of charge.

Please register your
interest through or via our Eventbrite page.

Don’t miss this opportunity to explore a rewarding and fulfilling career.

Sign up now.


Thursday 15th February 2024 at 7.30pm

Thursday 14th March 2024 at 7.30pm

Thursday 11th March 2024 at 7.30pm


About Cork Counselling Services

Cork Counselling Services is a registered charity and non-profit organisation which provides professional counselling, psychotherapy and training services in the south of Ireland. It is managed jointly by Hugh Morley (Head Of Business), Laura Maybury (Head Of Clinical) and Karen Walsh (Head Of Training). All profits made in training go to ensuring counselling is available regardless of the clients ability to pay.

Formerly known as The Counselling Centre, Cork Counselling Services was founded in the early 1980s by Maria Huss, a Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist, and Trainer, who had moved to Ireland from Germany.  The  south of Ireland did not have a culture of professional counselling and psychotherapy at the time.  We were one of the first centres in the south to provide a professional counselling service to members of the community.

From its foundation Cork Counselling Services were in high demand, and in 1989 we were granted charitable status. In spite of limited resources our services are as relevant and necessary today as when we started to work with clients over 35 years ago.

Steven Galvin

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