Cork ARC Cancer Support House understands the impact that a breast cancer diagnosis can have on you and your family, and our dedicated Breast Cancer Nurse Counsellor offers support and compassion every step of the way.

I felt strangely alone when my treatment ended, so I joined the Cork ARC breast cancer support group. It was so helpful to hear other people’s experiences and realise I was not alone - knowing that what you feel is both normal and natural.
— Visitor to Cork ARC

The role of Fiona Moriarty, the Breast Cancer Nurse Counsellor at Cork ARC is to support those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and their families through a dedicated support programme.

It involves creating supports either on a one to one basis or within a group setting and includes giving practical advice, emotional and psychological support, as well as facilitating educational sessions that help manage the impact of breast cancer.

Our breast cancer support programme includes one to one support, a breast cancer support group which runs in Spring and Autumn, Pilates for women after breast cancer, and information mornings about managing hormonal therapies and also managing lymphoedema. The most recent addition to our programme is a Young Women with Breast Cancer Networking Morning, designed to lead to a seminar in the Autumn of 2019. To find out more about programme dates please contact Fiona Moriarty directly or visit our programme of services page.

Contact our Breast Cancer Nurse Counsellor

Fiona Moriarty

Breast Cancer Nurse Counsellor at Cork ARC


5, O’Donovan Rossa Rd. 


T12 KX97


tel 021 427 6688 




Monday - Thursday 9.30 am – 4.30 pm

Friday 9.30 am - 3.00 pm