Therapists in London

Looking for a therapist in London?

The following therapists in London have recently updated their profiles.

Therapists often provide an introductory call to determine how they can help and if they are suited to your needs.

All therapists can be approached (via phone or email) in confidence and with discretion.

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Gemma Grainger

The key to counselling and psychotherapy is that it is a space that is your own; one that is empathic, safe and non-judgemental. I will listen to you.

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Louise Kiely

Relationship therapist, social worker, hypnotherapist, yoga teacher and business coach.

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Kasia Wawrzyniak

My experience enables me to explore and gain knowledge about problems from the client’s perspective and helps me to consider clinical problems in their wider social, and cultural contexts.

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Jemma Dennis

Life and relationships are not easy to navigate, and if you’re experiencing anxiety and depression, or going through difficult times, things can feel overwhelming.

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Denise Freeman

My aim is to understand your presenting issue in depth, look for patterns in relationships and current behaviour and to work with you to formulate effective solutions.

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Elizabeth Shorts

My therapy offers clients the confidence to face the future with a new perspective, using the skill sets and tools learned with me.

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Emily McMahon

As a compassionate and dedicated integrative counsellor, I embody a warm and kind demeanour that puts people at ease. My empathic approach allows me to deeply understand your emotions and experiences, fostering a safe and supportive environment for healing and growth

Centre for Therapy

Katriona O’Connor

Katriona was warm, understanding and had great insight into why I was feeling the way I was. I felt so comfortable from the get-go we built a strong level of trust, and that has let me open up in ways I previously haven’t wanted to

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Amy Walshe

Coming to counselling can be a scary (and brave) step to take.

It involves opening up to a complete stranger about things you may have kept inside for many years

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Chantal Francis

The focus is on understanding and meeting the unique needs of each individual client, providing personalized care and support.