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Show Strength in Solidarity By Donating To Fund Free Therapy for Women

This Giving Tuesday, 28 November, MyMind is asking people to show strength in solidarity by making a donation to support and uplift women with free therapy.
27 Nov 2023
Written by Mark Hughes
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Women can face many hurdles throughout their lives, and our mission is to provide support during these difficult times—whether they are dealing with grief or loss, addressing fertility issues, or experiencing domestic abuse.

For every €60 MyMind receives, they can provide a therapy session for someone who cannot afford the support they deserve. Your donation could be a lifeline to woman going through a difficult time, offering her a safe space to talk and a renewed sense of hope.

Help us make a meaningful impact in the lives of women when they need it most, visit mymind.org/donate to donate.

About MyMind

As a registered charity and social enterprise, MyMind bridges the gap between public and private mental health services by operating a sliding pay scale based on clients’ employment status and other contributing factors. This community-based model means that revenue generated from full-fee paying clients is used to support reduced fees for others.

MyMind also offers free therapy as part of ongoing funded projects. Groups currently availing of free therapy services include:

  • Individual who have been affected by defective concrete blocks/MICA/pyrite
  • Ukrainians living in Ireland who have been displaced by conflict
  • International Protection Applicants

Nationwide Reach, Multilingual Support

With over 200 qualified, mental health professionals nationwide, offering therapy in over 23 languages, MyMind is dedicated to addressing waiting lists, improving access, and eliminating stigma to ensure that every individual in Ireland can access professional mental health support when they need it.

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