Celebrating supporting the Irish Community

This year we are celebrating our 25th year offering counselling and psychotherapy.

Our History - a timeline

1996 Getting started
Teresa Gallagher
Founded by Teresa Gallagher, the charity began life in rooms attached to St Mellitus Church in Tollington Park, London.
2000 Registered Charity
January 10th

In 2000, we became a registered charity as our service grew and our first Trustee meeting was held on January 10th.

2003 We grew
Digbeth, Birmingham

In 2003, we opened a second clinical centre in Digbeth, Birmingham which had been for many years, the home of the Irish Community in the city.

2006 We moved
Finsbury Park 

In 2006, we moved to our current London clinical centre in Moray Rd, Finsbury Park     

2021 We are still here
200 Clients

Today we see 200 clients each week across all of our centres and outreach services

Thank you

Thank you to our Trustees, volunteers, therapists, and staff past and present for sharing our journey and for your dedication and hard work. Thanks most of all to those who have used our services and from whom we have learned so much.

why don't you Celebrate with us?

Send greetings of the season to loved ones and support our work.

We are grateful for the support of Barbara Stanley and her gallery and to artists, Cloe Cloherty, Cormac O’ Leary and James MacKeown for permission to use their images.

We hope you enjoy our cards, and we thank you for helping us continue the work that we do for the Irish community in Britain.

There are 10 mixed cards of the artists below in each pack with envelopes and cost is £10 + P&P and you can order them below.

Images courtesy of Barbara Stanley Gallery

Your Christmas Card Pack

- Cormac O'Leary -

Gleniff Winter

Cormac O’Leary was born in Cork city in 1969. He studied fine art at Sligo RTC from 1987 to 1991. Since then he has exhibited his work widely in Ireland, the UK and America.

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- James MacKeown -

The Fresh Snowfall

Born in London 1961 of Irish origin, James MacKeown spent most of his childhood in the British Isles. In 1988, he moved to Normandy, France where he currently lives and works.

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- Cloe Cloherty -

Atlantic Storm

Born of Irish parents in 1964, Cloe graduated from Goldsmith’s College, London with a degree in Fine Art & History of Art. In her work, Cloe draws on the Irish countryside and coastline.

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I’m supporting icap to help them raise £10,000. My challenge is to (insert challenge) – wish me luck! Any donation would mean a lot to me! But more importantly it would help icap keep their services going so please donate what you can here. I also nominate (@insert friends) to take on their challenge (run 10km, do 10 push-ups, walk 10,000 steps, cook 10 new recipes, it’s up to you!).

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Wishing You and Yours a peaceful Christmas