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Student Services - Counselling

College life can present challenges to students, which may give rise to uncertainties and difficulties at times. Work-related stress, study and exam anxieties, peer pressures, sexual conflicts, loneliness and questions of personal worth are among issues commonly experienced during college years. Counselling aims to help a student deal with the emotional impact of issues and find a positive way forward.
The Counselling Service is absolutely confidential. St. Angela’s College and the Student Union subsidise this service. The first 6 sessions are free of charge, then a minimal 10 charge per session applies.
Contact the Counsellor on 087 6609209 or email to request an appointment.

For more information about the Counselling Service, please contact Una Roberts, Student Services Officer at 071 9195514 or email

Online Self Help Participate Programme
Please click here for further information regarding Participate, a free online programme for shyness and social anxiety now available to NUIG and St Angela’s College students

Out of Hours Supports:

  • Nowdoc 1850 400911
  • Your doctor
  • Sligo General Hospital Emergency Department .Phone 071 9174504
  • Sligo Garda Station. Telephone 071 915700/9142031
  • The Samaritans. Telephone 116 123

Useful Links a website promoting positive mental health in Sligo and Leitrim, where you will find information about local services, as well as general information, tips and resources Eating Disorders Support  online support and counselling for mental health  helpline / mental health information for young people information for young people help for people who are self-harming or feeling suicidal support for young people with mental health issues support for people who have been sexually abused

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