For Adults who grew up in families where alcoholism or other dysfunctions where the norm, not the exception.
Level Two - Start Date in 29th April 2015 @ 7.30pm
Level Three - Start Date 21st September 2015 @ 7.30pm
Please ring the centre to register your place on 01 2809795
The BTC programme is for adults whose childhood experiences of habitual familial alcohol abuse, addiction or other dysfunctional behaviours and relationships have hindered their ability to live their adult lives to the full.
The Hanly Centre has successfully launched its online counselling service for persons living in remote areas around Ireland who have difficulty accessing counselling services locally.
If you would like to make an appointment for this service please email email@example.com or ring 01 2809795 and leave your phone number or email address where we can contact you. A counsellor will ring you to talk about how online counselling can work for you.
have been affected by alcohol-related problems in their lives.
have current difficulties in living their lives to their full potential as a direct result of their childhood experiences, where discord and destructive addictions and/or relationships were the norm.
The Hanly Centre also provides school programmes and workshops.
An entertaining and informative presentation of life-enhancing learning, looking forward to the experiential learning!
The Level One Breaking the Cycle course really helped me to become more aware of my emotions, my actions and reactions. I have been going through a difficult time in my life. The course has been a way for me to feel like I was doing something to care for my mental health. Each week I look forward to it and each week I felt empowered leaving it. The hand outs game me an opportunity to stay focused throughout the week. I really look forward to Level 2. I am growing as a person.
Great course, very helpful, well worth doing.
I find this to be a brilliant course, very helpful and fulfilling.
Alcohol and alcohol-related harm has been in the news a lot lately. Minister Shorthall wishes to raise the cost of alcohol to hinder its widespread use, particularly among teenagers whose binge drinking is causing much alarm. Youth drinking, of course, is not a new problem in Irish society.
The Hanly Centre is a registered Irish charity CHY6340 committed to breaking the cycle of alcohol-related harm and the long-term effects of family-of-origin adversity.
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