The Mid-Ulster Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (MACP) is a registered Counselling charity with premises based in both Western House, Coalisland and CDDA, 51 Dungannon Road, Coalisland.
We provide a free Counselling service to anyone suffering from any mental health problem including suicidal ideation, depression, PTSD and PTS, anxiety, self harm, addictions, exam stress, domestic violence and many more issues.
We also support and take referrals from organisations as well as individuals on a self-referral basis.
What Is Counselling?
Counselling is a talking therapy that offers you the opportunity to talk about your concerns and difficult feelings you encounter within a safe and confidential environment with a Counsellor who will listen to you carefully and help you explore your situation.
Counselling is a process in which people seek when they wish to change something within their lives or they perhaps wish to explore in more detail their thoughts and feelings.
A Counsellor will encourage you to talk about the concerns and difficulties you are facing in order to uncover any root causes and to help you identify your specific ways of thinking.
The counsellor will help you create a plan that is suitable for you to help you reconcile your difficulties and they will also help you to discover other coping mechanisims.
MACP provides a self-referral system. If you are interested in receiving counselling, you can contact our office on:
028 8774 6375 to set up an initial assessment appointment.
As MACP is run by volunteers - an answer machine may take your call so please leave your name and number.