Welcome To Camden Psychotherapy Unit

We are a london based community mental health charity providing psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adults. Our service is available to people from all backgrounds. We offer free service to those who cannot afford to pay.  We charge fees on a sliding scale according to peoples income and personal circumstances.  Individuals may refer themselves directly to us.  Referrals can also be made by GP's, Social Workers, hospitals, voluntary organisations, etc.

Those who come to us have a variety of emotional difficulties, for example; relationship problems, depression, social isolation, eating disorders, anxiety or panic attacks.

Background

CPU was originally set up in 1969 with the co-operation of Voluntary Action Camden (VAC), Camden Council for Voluntary Service and the London Borough of Camden.

It soon became established as a specialist service in the provision of psychoanalytic psychotherapy.CPU has been an independent charity since November 2005.

For 42 years we were able to offer free psychotherapy to all due to financial support from local government and the NHS.  This funding was recently withdrawn in December 2011 and as a result CPU has been forced to reconsider it's funding base. In addition to the free service to those who can't afford to pay, CPU has introduced a fee charging service based on people's ability to pay, dependent on their income.

Since our inception in 1969, our aim has always been to offer psychotherapy to all those who need help.  We continue to strive to make psychotherapy accessible to everybody who needs it.

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FUNDRAISING EVENT - FILM SCREENING
 

Camden Psychotherapy Unit presents a fundraising screening of 'Nineteen Nineteen' starring Colin Firth, Diana Quick, Paul Scofield, Maria Schell and Claire Higgins.  Followed by Q & A with director Hugh Brody and guests.

"Nineteen Nineteen speaks directly to what we know about life, composed inextricably of the most intimate movements of the heart, accident, and the remorseless movement of history" John Berger

Sunday 27th April at 3pm - The Tricycle Cinema, 269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR

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To make a donation to CPU follow this link:

http://www.justgiving.com/cpu

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