Education & Training
Blackfriars Settlement is a local registered charity based in London SE1 that provides support and community services.
Blackfriars Settlement 1 Rushworth Street London SE1 ORB
The Boundary Women’s Project aims to encourage local women to realise their own potential, especially individuals experiencing social exclusion or minority ethnic women facing language barriers. The project is based in Shoreditch, but is currently able to accept referrals from all over London. The sessions take place at the St Hilda’s Community Centre.
St Hilda’s East Community Centre 18 Club Row London E2 7EY
The British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)is a multi-disciplinary interest group for people involved in the practice and theory of behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy. Since its establishment in 1972 the Association expanded from 195 members to 6400 in 2007. The current membership reflects the broad range of professional involved in applying behavioural and cognitive approaches to the wide variety of human problems.
Imperial House, Hornby Street Bury Lancashire BL9 5BN
The British Association of Anger Management (BAAM) is the main UK centre of expertise for all aspects of anger and conflict management.
The British Association of Anger Management, 14 Railway Approach East Grinstead Sussex RH19 1BP
The British Psychotherapy Foundation provides access to treatment for the public, education and training to the next generation of psychotherapists.
British Psychotherapy Foundation, 37 Mapesbury Road London NW2 4HJ
Camberwell College of Arts is one of London’s smaller art colleges, featuring 1,600 foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate students on Fine Art, Design and Conservation courses.
Camberwell College of Arts, 45 – 65 Peckham Road London SE5 8UF
Community Support Southwark is managed by The Camden Society. Their vision is for a society in which people with a learning disability live their lives to their full potential, free from discrimination. Whether you live on your own or with family, or already have other help, they can work with you to plan your activities at the Riverside Centre, out and about in the community or at home. The Camden society will listen to you and help you get support to fit with your personal budget, as agreed with the council.
The Camden Society 60 Holmes Road London NW5 3AQ
The Central Southwark Community Hub, which includes a food bank, will give people in need a place to visit that will help them receive some basic care provisions and give them the means to improve their own situations.
St Giles Parish Hall 161 Benhill Road SE5 7LL
- Black, Asian & Ethnic Minorities
- Children & Families
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- Domestic Violence & Abuse
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- Learning Disabilities
- Legal Advice
- Mental Health
- Older People
- Peer Support
- Physical Health
- Sexual Health
- Young People