Easy-to-read information about things that matter to you - staying well and healthy, staying mobile, activities near you, looking after a loved one, finances and benefits, if you think you or someone you know is being harmed or neglected ... Read more...
Singing for the Brain
Singing is not only an enjoyable activity, it can also provide a way for people with dementia, along with their carers, to express themselves and socialise with others in a fun and supportive group. Read more...
Silver Sunday 2017
Try something new on Silver Sunday. If you're aged 65 or over, or know someone who is, take a look at these free events and activities on Sunday 1st October. Silver Sunday is a great way to try something new and meet new people. Read more...
People who can help
People who can help
Whatever you want to do, concerns you have or support you need, there are a wealth of organisations and charities that can help. Have a look at what's available here. Read more...
For professionals
For Professionals
If you work or provide a service, paid or unpaid, in health and social care, we've got information and guidance about a number of procedures, resources and training initiatives. Read more...
Leaflets Library
Leaflets Library
Not everyone can, or wants, to use the internet. We have a series of leaflets which cover key issues which can be printed out and given to those residents that cannot access the internet. Read more...
Other useful websites
We cover a lot of information on People First but there are also other useful websites that can help you make informed choices about your health and well-being. Take a look at Ask Sara for instance .. Read more...

Organisation details

A Place to Talk

The Parkside Clinic provides community mental health services to children, young people up the age of 18, with complex mental health difficulties, and their families in a range of different ways depending on their needs.

This is a walk in counselling service for young people aged 13-21 (If you feel depressed, lonely, have concerns about school or college, having difficulties with friends, family or other relationships, concerns about bullying, drugs or sexual issues)

Our address

A Place to Talk
Parkside Clinic, 63 - 65 Lancaster Road,
W11 1QG

Useful information

  • Contact Hours: Wednesdays 4pm - 6pm at Parkside Clinic or by arrangement, at a venue and time of the young person's choice.
  • Telephone: 0208 383 6123 (for appointments), 020 7854 5880 (Family Resource Project Business Support Supervisor)
  • Visit our website

How to find us