Individual Counselling and Psychotherapy Service
We are here to support you through a range of difficulties that come up in life and offer weekly long-term, low cost counselling/psychotherapy for up to 60 sessions.
Our approach is to work psychodynamically, which means that we’re interested in helping you think about the difficulties you’re facing now, as well as thinking together about your past experiences. Whilst we offer relatively long term counselling/psychotherapy we also see clients at times for shorter periods of time too, you do not have to commit to long-term counselling/psychotherapy.
Following an initial consultation with a counsellor/psychotherapist, if we feel that individual counselling is a suitable service for you, we will arrange for you to see a counsellor/psychotherapist on a weekly basis. Each meeting will last 50 minutes and will be at the same time and day of the week. We do not offer less frequent counselling/psychotherapy. We do offer other options and therapies such as Groups.
How to book?
We take self-referrals for assessments by phone on:
- Mondays 9.30am - 12pm
- Tuesdays 9.30am – 12pm
- Thursday 9.30am - 12pm and 2-4pm
We get new monthly assessment appointments on the last Thursday of every month.
Counselling appointments occur throughout the day and evening on:
- Monday - Thursday 9am - 10pm
- Friday 9am - 8pm
- Saturday 9am - 2pm
How to contact us
Tel: 020 8296 0030
"Therapy helped me to identify the difficulties and the emotional support to cope with my sadness. Having a therapist who I was able to build a rapport with, a non-judgemental safe space was created thus allowing me to fully engage."
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