Happy New Year to you all. We continue to work hard to keep our work and services going as best we can during this pandemic. This is a time for great community effort and solidarity. All our work continues, though our staff continue to work mostly from home, for the moment. Most of our training has been temporarily moved on-line. Our counselling and advocacy services remain open.
You can contact us on (021) 4666180. Our head office is open only to those with appointments. We will keep things under close review and we look forward to the situation improving throughout 2021. Thank you for your continued support and your patience. We have set up the following initiatives to help support people through this very difficult time. Jim Sheehan & SHEP team
SHEP offers an extensive range of short courses in health and well-being. No special prior qualifications are needed and people from all sorts of […]
The main thing you need to train with SHEP is a willingness to draw on your own experience of life. SHEP’s unique core Training Programme […]
Would you like to avail of counselling but feel you can’t afford it? We can help. Counselling helps an individual to explore concerns and feelings in […]
Do you need extra support to access your rights and entitlements? SHEP’s Cork Advocacy Service may be able to assist you. Cork Advocacy Service […]
Our mission: In solidarity and partnership with others we seek to foster the well-being of people, families, communities and the wider web of life and to contribute to building a healthy, loving, socially-just and sustainable way of living.
SHEP Earth Aware
The Initiative is based on love for this beautiful planet of ours and on concern about how human actions, and especially our […]
In 2007 SHEP entered into a learning partnership with the Nepalese organisation Sahakarmi Samaj, a community development organisation […]
SHEP offers customised facilitation or specialised technical support to communities, organisations and groups, subject to resources […]