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23a Castle Lane
Craigavon, Northern Ireland, BT67 9BD
United Kingdom

028 38342825



No One Journeys Alone

Links Counselling Service, Lurgan, is situated on the peace line of North and South Lurgan and is open to all members of our diverse community. With a broad range of therapies available, we provide confidential and professional counselling in a private and discreet counselling suite situated on Caste Lane at the back of Sports Direct.

We offer one to one counselling for children, young people, adults and couples.

Our team of highly skilled counsellors are trained to work with a variety of issues including;




Low self esteem


Relationship issues

Sexual abuse

Spiritual issues

Disordered eating; including obesity and binge eating

Trauma related issues

Suicidal ideation



We provide counselling for primary school aged children using play therapy, art therapy and creative interventions, we give children an interactive and safe space for them to get the support they need for the challenges they face.

“I used to be afraid of going to school, my tummy would feel sick all the time and I would feel worried, now I feel much better. I loved coming to counselling.”

Adam aged 8.


Couples Counselling

Our couple’s therapists are trained to provide relationship counselling using an integrative approach, coaching couples to enhance their relationship, overcome conflict and create a shared future.

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Crisis Counselling

At Links in Lurgan, we are passionate about preventing suicide in our community. We aim to give individuals who are feeling suicidal an appointment within 48hrs of contacting our office. We also have support groups and can support people to access the 24hr lifeline service which is available within the Southern Trust area.

If you are having thoughts of suicide, we also recommend contacting your GP or going straight to A&E if in immediate risk.

For 24hr support, you can contact Lifeline on 0808 808 8000