Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy

Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy

Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy

Aisling Centre

For the founding members – three Sisters from Enniskillen Convent of Mercy, Sisters Mary Daly, Edel Bannon and the late Helena Hunt – whose dream has been grounded in reality – the objective was to open the door to people who felt they needed a “listening ear”.  Mercy has provided building rent free for the past 30 years so that this work can happen.

Established in 1990, the Aisling Centre is dedicated to the promotion of positive mental health and emotional wellbeing.

Aisling is an Irish word meaning ‘dream’ or’ vision’ and the dream is realised through the provision of a safe space where people can find hope and healing at difficult times in their lives. 

The Centre is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee.  It is managed by a voluntary Board of Directors drawn from across the community who are supported by a dedicated team of staff and volunteers.

 

Our mission is to:

Provide opportunities for healing and growth in a welcoming and supportive environment for the people of Fermanagh and the surrounding area.

Our Values and Principles

  • The centre offers a safe and confidential environment.
  • The centre is sensitive to current and emerging needs.
  • The centre endeavours to be inclusive and respectful of everyone.

The services we offer:

  • Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Victims and Survivors of the Troubles Counselling
  • Children Coping with Loss (Play Therapy)
  • Mindfulness Meditation
  • Wellbeing and Life Learning

Contact Details:      
37 Darling Street,
Enniskillen,
Co Fermanagh,
BT74 7DP

Telephone:
028 6632 5811

Email Address:
aislingcentre@btopenworld.com

Website:
www.theaislingcentre.com

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