Meet Our Counsellors and Psychotherapists

Each of our therapists brings a wealth of personal experience and training to the counselling and psychotherapy services we provide.

At your first appointment, we will help you decide which one of our therapists is the best therapist for you.

Our Consultant Therapists have been trained in the United Kingdom and are carefully chosen for their training, experience and for the strong relationships they make with their clients. We hand-pick our Consultant Therapists so that we may provide effective, reliable therapy services to our clients. Our Consultant Therapists are warm, approachable and non-judgemental.

Senior Consultant Therapists have been working with One Therapy London for a minimum of 5 years and have at least 10 years of total experience working with their clients. In rare cases, exceptional therapists may become Senior Consultant Therapists following 8 years of clinical experience. All Senior Consultant Therapists are chosen for their extensive experience and professionalism within their work

All Consultant Therapists and Senior Consultant Therapists are registered members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy or the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists.

Our therapists genuinely care about their clients’ outcome in therapy. Both face-to-face and online counselling appointments are available. 

About us

Appointments available

Mondays to Fridays
7.30 am until 8.30 pm
Saturdays and Sundays
8.00 am until 6.00 pm

Call to book a first appointment
0333 207 9330

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How does therapy help?

Over the years that I’ve worked as a therapist, I’ve been asked numerous times by prospective clients, “How does counselling help?”  And I’ve yet to come up with a satisfactory answer. Not because I’m in any doubt that it helps, but because the ‘how’ bit is so hard to articulate concisely…

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What do I talk about in counselling?

One of the most common worries I hear expressed by people starting counselling is that they won’t know what to talk about. Some people think their problems aren’t significant enough. Others fear they have too much to say, that they might overwhelm the therapist…

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