If you are struggling emotionally, you are not alone. Up to one in four adults will suffer mental health problems at some time in their life and talking therapy has been shown to work and be a highly effective form of treatment.
Talking with a skilled practitioner with expertise in listening, reflection and constructive feedback can help move people through situations that may seem to you to be impossible to resolve.
Conditions we treat include:
Addiction, anger management, anxiety/stress/panic, bereavement, co-dependence, depression, weight issues and eating disorders, PTSD/childhood trauma, relationship difficulties, sexual difficulties, general emotional problems, work-related concerns.
Choosing your therapist
The key to a successful outcome in psychotherapy is finding the right counsellor right for you.
All our therapists and psychological practitioners at 96 Harley Street are highly skilled and registered with their respective governing bodies to the highest level.
Our aim is to help you find the best psychotherapist or counsellor to suit your particular needs.
Click on the biographies below to find individual information on our specialists. Many work face-to-face at 96 Harley Street and also online.
Research shows working online with a counsellor can be as effective as an in the room consultation.
Contact a therapist online or call direct to arrange an introductory meeting.
What we offer
As well as one-to-one personal therapy, either short-term or open ended, some of our therapists also offer group therapy and executive coaching.
One-to-one therapy is, most commonly, the first port of call for people seeking help with emotional difficulties. Many benefits will arise from the focus of the relationship between you and your therapist.
Group therapy offers a different dynamic and is more about the relationships that develop between individuals within the group, giving the mediating therapist the opportunity to observe interactions and relationships at one step removed. This can be useful if you are someone who finds it difficult to connect in a group setting – at work, for example – and you may insight into how a change of behaviour can help.