Support Services For Listeners Affected By Issues Raised In ‘Where Is George Gibney?’
We’d like to thank everyone who has listened to our international investigative podcast series, ‘Where Is George Gibney?’ so far. The series is available wherever you get your podcasts and via BBC Sounds for listeners in the UK .
If you find yourself affected by any of the issues raised in the series, there are a number of organisations whom you can contact in Ireland for support.
– The CARI Foundation provides therapy and support to children affected by child sexual abuse: Lo Call 1890 92 45 67.
– One in Four is an Irish charity which supports adult survivors of child sexual abuse: (01) 662 4070.
– The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre operates a national 24-hour phoneline to support adult survivors of child sexual abuse: 1800 778 888.
– Samaritans operate a free national 24-hour phoneline: 116 123.
If you’d like to access more formal supports, the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, the Irish Council for Psychotherapy and the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy all operate a database of therapists and counsellors who can offer professional support.
If you were coached by George Gibney, or have any information, however minor, that you would like to share with the producers, please contact us confidentially at WhereIsGeorgeGibney@bbc.co.uk
— The Irish Times (@IrishTimes) August 22, 2020