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Non- attendance at UL Counselling Service drops

by Aishlin Hennigan THE amount of session ‘non-attendance’ for the counselling service in University of Limerick (UL) decreased when remote learning came into practice in March 2020. The percentage non-attendance appointments dropped from 25 percent to 5 percent throughout the March to May period. Dr. Rachel Glennon the Assistant Psychologist at Éist Student Counselling & Wellbeing Service said: “This highlights …