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Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education

The Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (CCPE) is a charitable organisation set up to provide clinical counselling and psychotherapy services.

Services are offered to anyone regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnic or national origin, disability or religion.  The range of presenting problems is diverse, varying from disorders such as anxiety, mood, eating disorders and OCD to marital/relationship problems, depression and loss of sense of purpose to name a few.  The Centre does not treat people with severe drug addiction problems or in a psychotic state who need hospital or psychiatric treatment.  .

Services offered include:

  • Psychotherapy with qualified psychotherapists
  • Low cost counselling and psychotherapy with counsellors who are trainee psychotherapists under professional supervision (Freshstart)
  • Clinical services are available for couples, child, adolescent, family, group and individual psychotherapy
  • Professional counselling and psychotherapy training programme, including Fundamental Skills, Diploma, Supervision Training, Advanced and MA courses and Couples Training.

To arrange an assessment interview, please telephone the number given below.

Opening hours:  Monday to Thursday 9am - 10pm and Friday 9am - 9pm.

Languages spoken (other than English): French, German, Greek, Portuguese, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Dutch, Spanish, Italian and Japanese.

To find out about low cost assessment (Freshstart) phone 020 7691 7638

The offices are wheelchair accessible.   

To find out more click here to visit their website 

Address:
Beauchamp Lodge, 2 Warwick Crescent, London, W2 6NE
Telephone:
020 7266 3006
Fax:
020 7266 3691
Website:
Sector:
Public

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