Services for Expectant Parents and Parents of Infants and Toddlers

Parent Infant Project (PIP)

The Parent-Infant Project (PIP) offers a range of psychotherapeutic interventions for parents and their babies. The service helps families when not all is well in terms of how mother, father or the couple feel during pregnancy or after the baby is born. The therapy puts the relationship between parent and baby at its centre, acknowledging the need to understand and to make sense of the impact that the baby has on the parent and vice-versa.

PIP is a free service for residents of Camden. If the clinical team has capacity, we are sometimes able to accept families from outside the borough. In this case, fees are charged on a sliding scale.

For all enquiries and referrals to the Parent-Infant project please contact Amie Jackson, Clinical Support Officer. 


Telephone: +44(0)20 7443 2229

To find out more about the Parent-Infant Project (PIP) please click here. Download a PIP referral form here


Specialist Parenting Assessments and Treatment (SATS)

The Specialist Assessment and Treatment Service (SATS) is a multidisciplinary specialist team offering parenting assessments and therapeutic interventions of children and families in public law proceedings, or pre-proceedings (e.g. Public Law Outline).

If you would like to enquire about our availability to undertake a parenting assessment please click here to download our enquiry form, or click here for our therapy enquiry form and return it to the email address below. Please note that referrals to SATS must be made through Children's Social Care or relevant legal representatives.


Telephone: +44(0)207 794 2313

To find out more about Specialist Assessment and Treatment Service (SATS) please click here


Early Years Parenting Unit (EYPU)

The Early Years Parenting Unit is a specialist service offering assessment and therapy for parents with personality disorders/difficulties with babies and children under the age of five who are subject to a Child in Need or Child Protection plan, or who are on the edge of care.

For all enquiries about the EYPU, please contact Leonie Graham, Coordinator for EYPU. Please note that all referrals to EYPU must be made through Children’s Social Care.


Telephone: +44 (0)20 7794 2313 

To find out more about our Early Years Parenting Unit (EYPU) please click here