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BEAM Camden mental health and wellbeing service

Feeling anxious about money and the cost of living? Stressed about exams? Worried about the future? If you're aged 18-25, come talk to us at our drop-in service in King's Cross. We offer free mental health support. No appointment needed. No waiting list.

We also offer support to parents and carers.

Beam drop in

Thursday 6-8.30pm

Drop in to our Kings Cross centre and have a chat.

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Visiting BEAM Camden wellbeing service

You do not need an appointment, just drop in and say hello. 

Our weekly sessions run each Thursday 6pm - 8.30pm from the Bupa Centre in King's Cross.

Camden Beam @ Bupa Health Centre
300 Grays Inn Road

When you arrive, you'll be greeted by a member of the team and asked to register. You'll then be introduced to one of our experienced practitioners who will listen to what you need.

how Beam Camden wellbeing helps

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How our wellbeing experts help

Our team is made up of experienced wellbeing practitioners and volunteers who will listen to whatever it is that is troubling you.

We recommend techniques that aim to help make life easier. For example, how to manage a panic attack or how to improve sleep.

We will also give you advice and practical suggestions. For example, pointing you towards other services that may be able to help.

Contact BEAM Camden wellbeing service

For more information, feel free to get in touch at

If you would like to book a session then you can register online and we'll get back to you.

Need urgent support?

A mental health crisis is an emergency that has a direct and immediate threat to your physical or emotional wellbeing. In these situations, it's important to get help quickly.

Try to stay calm and ask someone for help if you need it. It could help to tell someone you trust, maybe a family member or a friend. They can be with you and help you decide what to do. They can also contact services on your behalf.

If there is any immediate risk to life, contact the emergency services by calling 999.