Clinical Innovation Project: Q&A session for mental health professionals

Responding to the Trauma of Sexual Violence in a Post-Pandemic World   RCNI launches innovative training and research programme to address Counselling Survivors of Sexual Violence On and Off-Line   On January 14th, RCNI launched its Clinical Innovation Project: Working with Dr Jessica Taylor, of, to co-create a training for, and with, counsellors and therapists […]

Counselling Survivors in an On and Offline World – Date for Your Diary

Date for Your Diary: Thursday January 14th 2021 – 10:30am to 11:30am Join Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) and our very special project co-creator and trainer Dr Jessica Taylor, UK based forensic  psychologist, survivor and author of Why Women Are Blamed for Everything for the launch of our pioneering new training standards programme. Counselling Survivors […]

Rape Crisis North East Launches Fundraising Campaign

Press Release – Fundraising Campaign November 2020 – Andrea Corr

Job Vacancies – Rape Crisis North East are Recruiting for Two Positions

Please see the job descriptions and details re: applying provided by RCNE below:   Fully Accredited Senior Counsellor/Psychotherapist  Rape Crisis North East provides a professional, free counselling & support services to female and male survivors of all types of sexual violence in Dundalk, Drogheda and Castleblayney. We are committed to delivering our services with care […]

Rape Crisis Centre’s Services are here to help during Covid-19

We understand that this may a particularly difficult time for sexual violence survivors. Based on the advice of Government with regards to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 16 Rape Crisis Centres nationwide are adjusting to maintain services to clients and other users of their services, while observing best practice to combat infection. Centers are currently providing […]

We must recognise how pornography affects young women

Monday, November 25, 2019 – 12:00 AM For the majority, men’s violence against women does not disturb their capacity to ‘realise their own potential’. But for women, we bear it and we become mentally unwell under its burden, writes Clíona Saidléar The second ‘My World Survey’ into child and youth mental health shows us that there […]