How can talking therapies help?

Talking therapies provides professional psychological support for adults across Merton who are experiencing difficulties.

Talking Therapies remains open, both for our current and newly self-referring clients. We're currently offering support remotely - either online or by telephone - in order to protect clients and staff. We ask that clients do not come to Guild House. 

We are taking referrals for Talking Therapies, please see below our new telephone triage times.

Based in central Wimbledon close to transport links, we have a team of therapists who are either fully qualified and experienced or at advanced stages of counselling/psychotherapy training.

We take referrals by phone between 9.30am - 12pm on Mondays and Tuesdays, 9.30am - 12pm and 2pm - 4pm on Thursdays.

We have been providing professional counselling and psychotherapy services for over 40 years.  We are accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions. (click here to download) 

We support anyone over the age of 18 who lives, works or studies within Merton and offer charitable rates on a sliding scale of fees.

We offer the following counselling, psychotherapy and wellbeing services:


    We aim to make our Talking Therapies services affordable and subsidise them, charging a sliding scale of charitable rates. We charge from the assessment onwards with the cost of this first appointment being non-refundable.

    Please contact the Talking Therapies reception team for more information on current fees. Click here to read our terms and conditions. 

    To make a referral or for further information contact us on:

    Tel: 020 8296 0030 


    We need your help...

    Every year, we provide financial and emotional support to over 2,000 people in our local community. Since Covid-19 that number has increased, and as well as helping our existing clients, we’re now also providing urgent support to hundreds more local people whose lives and livelihoods have been impacted by the pandemic.