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Parent and Carer Counselling Service (PCCS) (Camden Council)

PCCS is a free counselling service available to parents and carers who have a child in a Camden maintained school or children's centre.  Mothers, fathers, foster carers and other carers of children in Camden schools use the service.

We provide twelve sessions of 1-1 counselling, which take place weekly in school hours during term time. Counselling sessions last fifty minutes. What’s said in sessions is confidential unless a child or another person is at risk of harm. Counselling sessions provide an opportunity for parents to talk about problems, decisions, worries or changes in any area of their life. Problems do not have to be related to parenting. Parents and carers who have used the service say that counselling has helped them untangle their thoughts and feelings, draw on their strengths and develop new perspectives. They have felt more able to cope and face the future as a result.

Find out more and download a leaflet:

Contact details

Contact Name
Jordan Stone
Contact Position
PCCS Co-ordinator
020 7974 6500


Activity location
Counselling takes place in a private room within the school or children's centre.
Educational Psychology Service
London Borough of Camden
5 Pancras Square
c/o Town Hall, Judd Street

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Counselling sessions take place weekly during school hours, term time only.
Opening times (phone)
Enquiries Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.


Free service.

Further details

Parent Body
Camden Council Supporting People Directorate.
Client Group
To access the service the parent or carer must look after a child who attends a Camden-maintained school or children's centre.
Catchment Area
PCCS is a free counselling service for parents and carers who have a child on roll at a Camden maintained school or children’s centre. This does not include free schools, academies and private schools unless they buy into the service.
Capacity or waiting list
We will contact you within two weeks of receiving your application form for counselling.
Referrals Policy

You can access the service directly via the form in our leaflet which can be found on our website

Alternatively, you can ask someone in your child’s school or someone who helps you to support you with the referral. 

Referral required?
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