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Welcome to Student Counselling @ LIT​

Who are we?

We are a professional student counselling service staffed by psychologists, counsellors, and psychotherapists under the direction of Noreen Keane.  We provide a multi-campus service - Moylish, LSAD, LIT Tipperary both Thurles and Clonmel.

Counselling Services Students in Distress
Useful Links
  • My Mind Matters - My Mind Matters (MMM) is an online mental health and wellbeing resource for third-level students in Ireland. The aim of MMM is to develop secure access for Irish third-level students across third level institutions to online credible mental health and wellbeing information and various online support services.

  • Please Talk.ie - If students experience problems at home, college, or in their private lives, they can log on to www.pleasetalk.ie, select their college and identify what services that are available that they might want to access. Please Talk is supported by the HSE through the National Office of Suicide Prevention, and is part of the National Mental Health Strategy.

  • Reach Out - www.reachout.com is a service dedicated to taking the mystery out of mental health. We aim to provide quality assured mental health information and inspiring real life stories by young people to help other young people get through tough times. ReachOut.com also provides information about other services that can help people deal with mental health problems.

  • Cairde - Cairde.ie is a community development organisation working to tackle health inequalities among ethnic minority communities by improving ethnic minority access to health services, and ethnic minority participation in health planning and delivery. Click to view Mental Health Guide for Ethnic Minorities in Ireland (PDF)

  • Welcome to the Participate Programme
    This is the website of Participate, a research project that aims to develop online programmes to boost student participation and to tackle social anxiety problems.

    The Participate project was initiated by the National University of Ireland, Galway, and this is a research application of the project being organised in collaboration with Limerick Institute of Technology.


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