Immigrant Counselling and Psychotherapy charity's 6th IWD Lunch
When: March 6 2020
Where: London, United Kingdom
To celebrate International Women's Day, and raise awareness of the work that icap does with women, the organisation will be hosting its 6th Women's Lunch at the Marylebone Hotel.
icap (Immigrant Counselling and Psychotherapy) is a charity providing counselling and psychotherapy.
Talking with a trained and experienced professional in a safe, confidential, non-judgemental space can help people understand the causes of their distress and pain.
Being able to link feelings to patterns of behaviour which affect our relationships can enable us to make changes and move on. Counselling and psychotherapy can help with depression, low self-esteem, bereavement, stress and unhappiness.
icap was founded in 1995 to meet the needs of Irish immigrants resident in Britain.
Now nearing its 20th year, icap works largely with the Irish diaspora, as well as those of Irish descent and other immigrant communities living in Britain.
Its work provides lasting benefits to some of the most fragile and isolated people in Britain.
And, whilst there are many agencies that cater for the needs of the Irish in Britain, icap is one of the only dedicated counselling and psychotherapy providers.
The charity specialises in helping those with issues of abuse and cultural loss, making them unique as an organisation.