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About Us was founded in 2009 stemming from the very personal experiences of brothers Oisin and Diarmuid Scollard, who lost their brother to suicide in 2003. They had a vision to create a web space for people to share, discuss and offload personal problems, find support and get useful information.

  • We use technology to connect people, promote mental wellbeing and help prevent suicide.
  • turn2me is open to people over 18.
  • We are non-religious, non-political.
  • Our service is non-judgemental, confidential and anonymous*

This is a website that helps people GET HELP, lets people know that they are not alone and facilitates a safe online community space that allows people to open up and reach out for help.

Our Online Support Groups are facilitated by mental health professionals and Online Counselling is provided by professional Counsellors/Psychologists.

Turn2Me is a charitable organisation ( CHY 18803 ) and complies with The Governance Code for the Community, Voluntary and Charitable Sector in Ireland.

3 Tiered Approach

Turn2Me provides a 3 tiered approach to mental wellbeing:

This community is dedicated to the memory of Cormac Scollard 1969-2003, a son, a brother, a friend, an artist and a sound engineer. May his legacy always live on through this community.

*your identify may be disclosed to the relevant authorities in incidences where it is indicated that your life is at risk and/or under Children First National Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children. Please note that Turn2Me is NOT a crisis intervention service.

Our Board

Diarmuid Scollard - MD Designminds

Oisin Scollard - Facebook

Cormac Farrelly - Agriland

Ciara Culleton - Board Secretary

Dr John Dinsmore- Advisor to turn2me

Our Vision

We want to create a world where mental health issues are acknowledged and are accepted and where every person in distress will feel confident to openly access the support services they need, safe in the knowledge that attitudes have changed,  based on a communal understanding and willingness to support each other.

Meet our team

  • Oisin Scollard

    Founder and CEO

    Years with the organization: 9

    Personal Mission: To save lives to suicide through a world class e-mental healthcare organisation.

    Background: Oisin Scollard is Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and ideas man. He is a barrister by background and is also Head of Child Safety for Trust and Safety Google with extensive experience in online safety systems design and operations, online child safety research and education programme design.

    For fun: Mountain biking, cycling, adventure racing.

    Greatest moment: Birth of my daughter

  • Diarmuid Scollard

    Co-founder & Designer

    Background: Diarmuid Scollard is a co-founder of turn2me and serves on the board of directors. Founder of Design Minds, Diarmuid is a national and international award-winning communications specialist with over 30 years’ experience as a graphic designer and creative director.

  • Ciara Culleton


    Ciara Culleton is a Chartered Company Secretary and become the Secretary of Turn2me in 2017. Having completed an LLB in Law and European Studies she gained an MSc in Management and Corporate Governance. She currently works for Google and is an ACIS member of the ICSA: The Governance Institute. Her favourite quote encompasses the theory of impermanence, that nothing stays the same, of particular solace during life's darkest hours: “No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man" (quote by Heraclitus).

  • Cormac Farrelly

    Board Director

    Years with Organization: 3 years

    Personal mission: Mental health shouldn’t have a stigma, it’s good to talk.

    Background: Cormac is the Managing Director of Ireland’s largest digital agricultural news publisher. Previously he has been involved in a number of media start up’s most of which had a digital and or technology focus.

    Cormac brings 16 years of technology, marketing and consultancy experience to the Organization. He is passionate about digital and technology and how both can be used to improve people’s lives.

    Greatest Moment: Becoming a parent.

    For fun: Farming, Socialising and family.

  • Elizabeth Casey

    Organisation Adviser

    Years with Organization: 1 year

    Background: Liz brings extensive experience from a tenured and successful career in Retail and Corporate banking. She has extensive management experience and finance restructuring.

  • Paula McDermott

    Administrative Consultant

    Background: Paula is a graduate of Trinity College, Economics and Social Studies. She has over 20 years experience in Ireland’s not for profit sector. She has extensive experience in fundraising, business development and philanthropy, as Executive Director of the Corporate Governance Association of Ireland, Associate Director of the Trinity Foundation and Head of Development Belvedere College S.J.. Her positions also include Manager of the Financial executives Association and Programme Manager of UCD’s Innovation for the Smart Economy (IPSE). Paula has also worked as a consultant for a number of years within the not for profit and private sector.


  • Brian Holohan

    Online Counsellor

    Brian holds a Master’s Degree in Sexuality Studies, a BA (Hons) Degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy, a Diploma in Addiction Psychology, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) and is in the process of pursuing a PhD. In his work, the main approaches Brian uses are person-centred, integrative and humanistic.
  • Karen Murphy

    Online Counsellor

    Karen holds an Honours Degree in Psychology, a Diploma in Counselling Psychology and is currently completing her Masters in CBT. She has also trained in Online Counselling Skills, Train the Trainers program, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, Children First Training and a Certificate for Counsellors working in the LGBT field. Karen has worked in the area of suicide prevention and mental health promotion for a number of years and has extensive experience and knowledge of online counseling.
  • Anika Sparkling

    Online Counsellor

    Anika holds a Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), a Certificate in Domestic Abuse (ADAPT), Certificates in CBT Training and is currently undertaking her BSc (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy, which she expects to complete in 2017. She is also undergoing training in Sandplay Therapy. Anika’s interests lie in Suicide prevention, Domestic Abuse, Relationship/ Family Counselling and Mental Health. She works with an integrative approach to suit the client such as person-centred and CBT, but is also fascinated by the psychodynamic approach. Anika has been working with Turn2Me since 2013 and discovered her passion to working with clients online.
  • Gaye O'Hagan

    Online Counsellor

    Gaye holds an Honours Degree in Psychology and is currently completing her Masters in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Gaye specialises in Systemic Family Therapy, Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, Addiction Counselling and Occupational First Aid. Gaye has extensive experience working in crisis situations with children and adolescents in residential settings and has also worked in Women’s Refuge and the Homeless sector.