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Age UK Camden Counselling Service

Age UK Camden has a counselling service and group therapy for people age 55+.

Clients can be seen in our offices at Tavistock Square, or at home if this is not possible.

An initial assessment will be made.

The service is free and confidential. Age UK Camden Counsellors are members of recognised counselling and psychotherapy regulatory bodies and abide by their individual Ethical Frameworks for Good Practice.

Address:
Tavis House, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9NA
Telephone:
020 7239 0400
Opening times:
Mon - Fri, 9.15am - 5.15pm
Who is it for:
open to men and women aged 55 and over living in Camden, of all ethnic and cultural groups, and those who identify as being lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans*.
Languages:
support in other languages may be available
Disabled access:
Yes
Charges:
Free
How to apply:
self referral or by GP or other relevant professional
Buses:
91, 168, 59, 68
Train/tube:
Russell Square Station (tube), Euston Station (tube and train)
Parking:
limited parking by prior arrangement
Sector:
Voluntary

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