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Therapist James Eve

James Eve

Oxford Circus

James is a psychosexual and relationship therapist who has been in private practice for five years. He works with individuals and couples on sexual and relationship difficulties, understanding that these can be significant causes of distress in one’s life.

James draws on different approaches to suit his clients. He previously worked for the psychosexual team at Croydon University Hospital and is a registered member of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists.

Therapist Roz Urquhart

Roz Urquhart

Oxford Circus

Roz is a psychoanalytic therapist with over two decades’ experience in mental health. She offers a welcoming, safe and confidential space for clients to explore and process their issues.

Through short- or long-term therapy, Roz helps clients focus on unconscious processes, inner conflicts and relationships. She enables them to think about how past experiences influence their current ways of relating, patterns of behaviour, thoughts and feelings. Roz has additional training in Mentalisation Based Therapy (MBT).

Therapist Natasha Maidment

Natasha Maidment

Oxford Circus

Natasha is a person–centred therapist who provides a safe, empathic and non-judgemental space to explore your concerns. She works with issues including anxiety, stress, critical thoughts, trauma, relationship issues, identity and loss.

Natasha’s approach is collaborative, treating each person as unique and tailoring therapy to suit your needs. Natasha’s acceptance and understanding supports clients to gain new perspectives, let go of negative cycles and bring about long-lasting change.

Therapist Barbara Perini

Barbara Perini

Oxford Circus

Barbara’s approach is psychodynamic, offering both short-term and long-term therapy. She also offers Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT), a 16-sessions, semi-structured therapy for mood disorders.

At the core of Barbara’s approach is a focus on her clients’ emotional life and their relationships, past and present. As well as common issues such as anxiety and depression, she has particular experience in trauma, abuse and addiction.  Barbara offers therapy in English or Italian.

Therapist Stamatia Lorentzou

Stamatia Lorentzou

Bloomsbury

Stamatia draws on a broad range of theories of psychotherapy. She works collaboratively with her clients to understand the causes of their concern and find ways to move forward.

Stamatia offers both short- and long-term therapy. She has worked in various organisational settings with individuals seeking to address issues including relationship concerns, low self esteem, separation, bereavement, depression, anxiety and health. She offers therapy in English and Greek.

Therapist Yussef Ferguson

Yussef Ferguson

Oxford Circus

Yussef is a psychodynamic therapist who works short- or long-term according to clients’ needs. He is experienced in working with a diverse range of clients and  provides a warm, confidential space to explore and gain insight into any past or present personal difficulties and experiences.

Yussef is experienced in working with issues including anxiety, depression, loss, trauma, relationship difficulties and sexual and domestic abuse as well as low self esteem and cultural, sexuality and identity issues.

Amrita Athwal

Bloomsbury

Amrita works with adults in an integrative way, drawing on various therapeutic approaches tailored to meet the needs of each client. She provides a safe space to help clients better understand themselves. She offers short term and long term therapy.

Amrita has a great deal of experience of working with clients on issues such as trauma, addiction, depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, bereavement and stress. She is also a qualified practitioner of EMDR therapy.

Therapist Ben Brackenbury

Ben Brackenbury

Oxford Circus

Ben believes at times we all struggle with life’s challenges, and provides a safe, confidential, non-judgmental space to explore this. He appreciates how difficult it might be for a client to talk to a stranger about personal issues, so creating an atmosphere of trust in the therapy room is very important to him.

Ben works integratively, using different approaches to meet each client’s needs. He has experience with issues including low self-esteem, loss, depression, anxiety and suicidality.

Therapist Evan Bates

Evan Bates

Soho

Evan is a psychodynamic therapist. Working together to understand connections between past and current relationships, he supports clients in developing a deeper awareness of their recurring emotional patterns and further insight into their internal world.  

Evan has experience working with issues including anxiety, depression, shame, low self-esteem and loss. His degree in philosophy allows him to take an existential perspective when working with clients to understand the meaning in their lives.

Therapist Nicola Reeves

Nicola Reeves

Soho

Nicola is a psychodynamic psychotherapist and EMDR (eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing) therapist. She believes in giving clients time and space to approach therapy in the way they need to approach it. 

Nicola knows that no two people experience the world or relationships in the same way, and her sessions look at how clients’ current emotions and thoughts are impacted by their early experiences, relationships, and cultural and social backgrounds.

Therapist Ben Marks

Ben Marks

Oxford Circus

Ben has helped many people through difficult times in their lives, including depression, bereavement, trauma, loneliness and work stress. He has also worked with many clients from the LGBTQ+ community with issues such as sexual identity, shame, body image, chemsex, toxic masculinity and homophobia.

Ben works integratively, offering a warm, non-judgmental space where his clients can express how they are feeling, gain deeper understanding and implement positive changes.

Therapist Tom Deitch

Tom Deitch

Oxford Circus

Tom is a popular and approachable psychotherapist experienced in working with people from various social and cultural backgrounds. He uses straightforwardness, humour and pragmatism to help clients better understand their life experiences. 

Tom knows how difficult starting therapy can be. He works in a collaborative and non-judgmental way from the outset. No subject is taboo in his sessions; he encourages clients to talk openly about sex, substance use, death anxiety, trauma and any other topics they find challenging.

Therapist Rhiannon Whipps

Rhiannon Whipps

Soho

Rhiannon is a psychodynamic therapist with over ten years’ experience in mental health. She provides an empathic and non-judgmental space where clients gain insight into unconscious motivations stemming from past experiences, and their influence on current day behaviours and challenges.

Rhiannon has supported clients with difficulties such as trauma, abuse, suicidal ideation, depression, anxiety, bereavement, periods of transition, relationship problems and issues around identity and sexuality. She works short- or long-term.

Therapist Barbara Beyaz

Barbara Beyaz

Oxford Circus

Barbara brings a warm, non-judgmental and accepting attitude to her client work. As an integrative psychotherapist, she draws from a range of perspectives to tailor therapy to the needs of the client. 

Working in English or German, Barbara helps clients make sense of how they relate to themselves, others and the world. She supports clients to understand how past experiences can impact current relationships. She welcomes clients with issues including depression, anxiety, abuse, loss and trauma.

 
Therapist Michelle Taylor

Michelle Taylor

Oxford Circus

Michelle provides a calm and confidential space for her clients to unravel their deepest anxieties while feeling understood. She has particular experience working with adults experiencing bereavement and loss, anxiety, depression, work-related issues, physical and emotional abuse, work-related issues, relationship problems, addiction, and trauma.

Although Michelle usually works long-term with her clients to enable deeper personal growth, she is also happy to work short-term, focussing on specific issues.

Therapist Tatjana Strbac

Tatjana Strbac

Oxford Circus

Tatjana offers integrative therapy to individuals and couples in English or Croatian/Serbian. She has a special interest in health and psycho-somatic conditions, including chronic fatigue and insomnia; also, in gender dysphoria and transitioning, life developmental phases, mid-life crises and ageing. 

Tatjana draws on the Psychosynthesis model, which sees identity, existential, spiritual or health crises as a call for personal action and an opportunity for growth and transformation.

Therapist Catherine Hammett

Catherine Hammett

Oxford Circus

Catherine’s approach is integrative. She trained in several humanistic models and uses attachment theory to explore how early relationship dynamics shape the adults we become. She works collaboratively and compassionately with individuals and couples.

Catherine’s priority is to ensure you feel listened to and accepted, so you can begin to calm your inner critic and let go of limiting beliefs. She then helps you develop the self-awareness and clarity to cope with life’s challenges and embrace change.

Therapist Kerry McEwen

Kerry McEwen

Kensington

Qualified to an advanced-level in psychodynamic psychotherapy. Kerry offers a confidential and supportive space where clients can feel heard and accepted, perhaps for the first time.

Kerry recognises that painful memories are often buried deeply within the unconscious, frequently manifesting in unhelpful patterns of behaviour. She supports clients experiencing addiction, abuse, neurodiversity, disability, depression, trauma, relationship difficulties, abandonment, loss, guilt, shame and more.

Therapist Janis Dellner

Janis Dellner

Oxford Circus

Janis offers an empathic, non-judgmental and safe environment where clients can explore issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, loss and life changes.  She draws on several approaches including person-centred counselling, transactional analysis and attachment theory.   

Janis also works with addictions including substance abuse, co-dependency, gambling and workaholism. She can support you to develop new skills and establish supportive relationships that can lead you towards a life of sustainable abstinence.

Therapist Annie Curran-White

Annie Curran-White

Soho

Annie has been with us many years, working sensitively and compassionately with her clients. With a Masters degree in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, she offers both short- and long- term, open-ended therapy to individuals. 

Her experience includes working with depression, stress and anxiety, bereavement, loss, personal development and trauma. Annie has additional, specialist training working with survivors of rape and sexual abuse, whether in adulthood or childhood.

Therapist Shelly Klein

Shelley Klein

Soho

As a psychodynamic therapist, Shelley brings a wealth of experience to her work. She supports her clients to talk about aspects of their lives they are finding painful or difficult to deal with, in a confidential, non-judgmental and peaceful setting.

Shelley is particularly interested in working with depression, bereavement, high anxiety, relationship issues or childhood trauma. She firmly believes that psychotherapy can help anyone who is searching for meaning in life.

Therapist Mita Hiremath

Mita Hiremath

Bloomsbury

Mita is a highly experienced integrative therapist and EMDR (eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing) therapist. Over three decades, she has worked with a wide range of issues including stress, anxiety, depression, trauma including PTSD, loss, bereavement, relationship difficulties, anger management, low self-esteem, sexuality issues and childhood emotional, physical and sexual abuse.

Mita creates a safe environment for individuals and couples to talk about whatever is distressing them. 

Therapist Kira Joliffee

Kira Jolliffe

Bloomsbury

Kira is trained in both client-centred and psychodynamic models of therapy, having undertaken further professional development in how trauma, attachment and society affect us all. 

She provides a safe space for clients to explore issues including anxiety, identity issues, trauma, depression, abuse, sexual violation, loss, creative block, relationship issues, social injustice, addictions, mood problems, hallucinations, distress, low self-esteem, self-doubt, guilt, shame, dissociation and ADHD.

Therapist Antonella Bonetti

Antonella Bonetti

Bloomsbury and Kensington

Antonella is a psychodynamic therapist offering short- and long-term therapy to individuals and couples. In English or Italian, she helps her clients explore the root causes of their concerns and identify patterns of behaviour. Together they then find the best way forward to meet the client’s needs.

She has particular interest and experience in cultural differences and identity issues, life-changing events and difficult transitional periods, relationships, intimacy, loneliness and women’s issues.

Therapist Asma Gharbi

Asma Gharbi

Oxford Circus and Kensington

Asma offers psychodynamic, humanistic and integrative therapies to individuals and couples. She  tailors her approach to the needs of her clients, and can work in English, Arabic or French.

Asma provides a non-judgmental space where clients can safely explore their feelings, make sense of their experiences and forge deep lasting changes. She has experience working with clients from different backgrounds on issues including trauma, abuse, relationships, identity, anxiety and depression.

Therapist Marta Pisarri

Marta Pisarri

Soho

Marta is a psychologist and an integrative psychotherapist who has been working in the field of mental health for over 12 years. Working in English or Italian, she provides a safe and creative space for clients to explore thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

Marta integrates psychodynamic therapy, attachment theory, systemic approach as well as CBT and Gestalt techniques. Her specialisms include personality disorders, substance misuse, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, trauma, parenting and antenatal/postnatal support.

Therapist Magda Piesiewicz

Magda Piesiewicz

Oxford Circus

Magda helps couples and individuals who are facing psychosexual and relationship struggles. She also specialises in compulsive sexual behaviours (often misunderstood as sex addiction).

Magda embraces diversity and the uniqueness of her clients, working as a GSRD (gender, sexual and relationship diversity) affirming and culturally sensitive therapist. She understands just how distressing sexual and relationship issues can be, and her clients appreciate her empathy.

Therapist Patricia Connolly

Patricia Connolly

Soho

Patricia uses a psychodynamic approach, helping clients understand how their early life experience and relationships shape who they are in the present. She has worked with diverse issues including social anxiety, sexuality, identity and relationships, disordered eating and problems in making emotional connections.

Your first consultation with Patricia is an opportunity to discuss what you are looking for, find out more about how Patricia works and decide on next steps. Patricia does not accept payment in cash.

Therapist Tom Leonard

Tom Leonard

Oxford Circus

Tom sees couples and individuals and is particularly experienced in working with relationship issues. He integrates different styles of therapy to meet your needs. Tom Helps clients address communication difficulties; sex and intimacy issues; work-related issues and finding meaning in life.

Increased understanding of protected or hidden parts of yourself can be a seed from which change develops. Tom seeks to support you in making changes that feel right for you, often to unhelpful patterns in behaviour and relationships.

Therapist Toulla Nicolaides

Toulla Nicolaides

Oxford Circus

Toulla is an integrative therapist who provides a safe and supportive environment to share and resolve confusing and overwhelming feelings. Therapy can help clients navigate life struggles and bring unconscious patterns of behaviour and relational difficulties to light, enabling greater self-awareness and connection with others. 

Toulla has worked with clients suffering acute loss, loneliness, fear, shame, anger, suicidal thoughts, trauma and other concerns. She works in English or Greek.

Therapist Jolita Gaskin

Jolita Gaskin

Oxford Circus

As a psychodynamic therapist, Jolita is particularly curious about relationships. She likes to explore how childhood has impacted on adult life and focus on any patterns that may continue to be repeated that are not helpful. 

She provides short- and long-term therapy in English or Lithuanian for issues including anxiety, work-related issues, low self-esteem, sexual abuse, abortion, postnatal depression, cultural change, growing up with narcissistic or abusive parents and trauma.

Therapist Geraldine Lothian

Geraldine Lothian

Oxford Circus

Geraldine works psychodynamically, going at each client’s own pace to explore issues including relationships, identity, physical and emotional abuse and cultural issues. She has a curiosity to understand why her clients feel the way they do and to explore and sometimes challenge problematic ways of being. 

Geraldine’s aim is always to be open minded and to create a safe environment that will facilitate deeper thinking and freedom for her clients to express how they truly feel without judgement.

Therapist Giselle van Rheede

Giselle van Rheede

Oxford Circus

Giselle is a psychodynamic therapist who has worked with a diverse range of clients from different backgrounds, cultures and faiths. Her focus is on helping you open up avenues for growth and facilitating change through exploring the way you relate to your sense of self, your family, your community and wider society.

Giselle welcomes clients with a wide variety of issues including anxiety, trauma, bereavement, depression, work related stress, childhood sexual abuse and relationship difficulties.

Therapist Kate Crawford

Kate Crawford

Bloomsbury

Warm and approachable, Kate is far from the stereotype of the silent therapist. Clients comment on how quickly they feel at ease with her. She creates a space where they can be heard and seen in a way that is rare. 

She is a psychotherapist, couples therapist and psychosexual therapist. Alongside over a decade’s experience working with a full range of issues, Kate has particular expertise in relationship issues, gender dysphoria, sexual problems, family issues and abuse.

Therapist Jackson

Dwayne Jackson

Bloomsbury

Jackson sees individuals with issues including childhood trauma, depression, abuse, criminal behaviour, sexual attraction to minors, sexuality issues, gender dysphoria, cancer and existential concerns. He works integratively, adapting his approach to meet the needs of each client.

He has considerable experience working with clients who require additional discretion, due to their public or professional profiles. He is director of One Therapy London having founded the counselling service in 2006.

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