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**Face-to-face drop in is not currently available
**Please note that Drop-In is not a Counselling appointment. If you would like to make a counselling appointment, please contact us directly via phone or email.
It is always difficult to go through a new door and particularly when it is associated with cancer.
Whether you have been recently diagnosed, or are further along on your journey, our Drop In service is a safe space for a chat with an experienced volunteer or member of staff at ARC. Please note the drop in service is not a therapy appointment with a Counsellor or other practitioner, it as opportunity to share your story with someone trained to listen, and a chance to find out more about what supports ARC can offer you.
To book in, please see below. We are always at the other end of the line on 01 215 0250 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A comforting space
Our centres areas are calm, non-clinical, comfortable environments where you will be able to have a discreet chat with one of our professional staff members or trained volunteers.
You’re always welcome
Getting in touch with us is an important ﬁrst step in dealing with any worries and anxieties that you may have. It is the start of a path that will bring solace and peace of mind.
Please phone or email us to have a chat and find out more about the services that are available to you and your family.
All of our services are free-of-charge
What we offer
ARC offers a range of complementary therapies free of charge in group classes and workshops.
Counselling for people and their family members to help deal with the fear of a cancer diagnosis.
Acupuncture is used to address the side effects of treatment and helps reduce anxiety.
Manual Lymph Drainage
Manual lymph drainage is a specialised treatment for cancer-related lymphoedema.
Reflexology is a very gentle therapy that promotes relaxation.
Open Men's Support Group
Provides an opportunity to give and receive support from others.
Teaches coping technique that can be put into daily practice to minimise stress.
Time to Adjust
Following treatment of breast cancer.
Open Women's Support Group
It provides an opportunity to give and receive support from others.
To help manage stress and improve well-being.