Project information

Counselling Service

EPC have consistently worked with and provided support for children and their parents since 1995. A Counselling Service is an integral part of EPC and provides us with the opportunity to help parents and children view their difficulties differently.


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  • Need


    We held a focus group with parents and found that they have a strong desire to make a better future for themselves and their children but are often overwhelmed and at a loss to know how to proceed. They said that a programme of: a) parenting support to help their children; b) self development for themselves; and c) counselling to work at a deeper level, would be extremely helpful.


    General research shows that one in four parents experience a mental health illness and there are proven links betw

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To provide a counselling service to the community.


    » Counselling sessions as needed

    What success will look like

    Success will be demonstrated in the mental well being of our service users.

  • Impact


    Life skills to enable service users to cope with the stresses of daily life. To be able to build confidence and raise aspirations.


    non-attendance to counselling sessions


    Quarterly attendance log

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £50,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £45,000 Salary Costs To provide 2 full time counsellors
      £5,000 Volunteer Support To provide supervision and support for volunteer counsellors
  • Background


    Edmonton, London


    Local community. Edmonton has one of the highest incidences of poverty in the country. By providing counselling, EPC strives to enhance the mental health and well-being of members of the community who are living and working in challenging circumstances

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    EPC works with the local community and fulfils a need in the area.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Dee Eimer

    Chief Executive - leads the organisation and provides support for the staff.

    Terry Debney

    Counsellor - to deliver the programme

    Stefka Stefanova

    Counsellor - to deliver the programme