Counselling and Psychotherapy in Kings Cross, Hampstead, Harley Street and Online.
Welcome to my Central London Counselling and Psychotherapy practice website. I am a psychotherapist and counsellor in Hampstead, Gospel Oak. I also see clients for psychotherapy and counselling in Harley Street and Kings Cross and online using Zoom, Skype or FaceTime. Additionally I am a clinical supervisor and qualified EMDR therapist. I am registered with BACP and UKCP.
I work with individuals and couples and offer therapy as a non-judgmental and empathic space in which to talk in confidence about whatever is troubling you. Face to face appointments are now available and I continue to offer psychotherapy and counselling online by Zoom, Skype or FaceTime if preferred.
To arrange an initial session or ask any questions please email me or contact me on 07805 404811
Why see a counsellor or psychotherapist?
A professionally trained counsellor or psychotherapist can help you better understand yourself and the issues you are facing and help you find a way forward to emotional and psychological health. You may be struggling with stress or experiencing depression, anxiety or relationship difficulties. You may have self-limiting, destructive behaviours, such as compulsions, addictions, a troubled relationship with food and feel stuck in familiar, dysfunctional emotional patterns. Sometimes there may be nothing in particular and everything in general that seems to be the problem and you can't quite put your finger on what's wrong, except for feeling low, anxious or having a sense of lack of direction in life. These are just some of the issues I work with on a daily basis in my psychotherapy and counselling practice.
What happens in a therapy session?
At the heart of the therapy is our relationship. We sit and talk and our relationship develops organically through honest communication.
Research indicates that the relationship between client and therapist is the most important factor in a positive, successful outcome from therapy. I place great importance on this, making sure that you feel comfortable with the way we work together and go at your own pace.
If you would like to see me for psychotherapy or counselling in Harley Street, would like to start psychotherapy in Kings Cross or are looking for a counsellor in Hampstead, Gospel Oak please click here to email me or call/text me on 07805 40411.
How I Work
My approach is integrative and draws on a range of therapeutic approaches, including Psychodynamic, Existential, Humanistic (Jungian and Transpersonal) and cognitive (CBT). I work holistically and can integrate a variety of counselling tools and creative approaches to help you, such as visualisations, art work and exploring your dreams. I have 30 years experience of teaching meditation, yoga and working with energy/the subtle body, so we can include meditation and subtle body practices in therapy sessions if this feels helpful for you.
How we work together is part of the unfolding process of our therapeutic relationship and my foremost consideration is use the approach that feels most effective for you.
My aim is to help you identify what needs to change in your life in order to resolve current difficulties and achieve optimal wellbeing. I will support you in making those changes and encourage you connect to your strengths and innate capabilities, so that you can experience a greater sense of autonomy, happiness and personal fulfilment in life.
As a transpersonal counsellor and therapist, the overarching aim of my counselling and psychotherapy services in Kings Cross, Harley Street and Hampstead is to facilitate self awareness, positive change, personal growth and spiritual unfolding.
Looking for therapy or counselling in Harley Street, Kings Cross or Hampstead, Gospel Oak?
All my practice locations are conveniently located in Central London. I offer daytime and evening appointments for counselling and psychotherapy in Kings Cross and Harley Street and daytime appointments in Hampstead.
Should I see a counsellor or psychotherapist?
Clients are sometimes unclear about the difference between counselling and psychotherapy (and often there is very little difference) but put simply:
Clients contact my psychotherapy and counselling practice for many reasons and I have particular experience in the following areas:
I offer both counselling and psychotherapy at Kings Cross, Harley Street and Hampstead, Gospel Oak. I offer individual psychotherapy and counselling, couples counselling and clinical supervision for qualified and trainee therapists. You can find me at Harley Street Therapy, on the Counselling Directory and BACP Directory.
I provide EMDR therapy as part of my psychotherapy and counselling practice at Kings Cross, Harley Street, Hampstead and online. EMDR is suitable for trauma/PTSD, anxiety, early attachment and relationship issues and has been proved effective for a broad range of other issues.
I also offer BodyMind Integrative Therapy as part of my psychotherapy and counselling at Harley Street and Hampstead, Gospel Oak, which places more emphasis on body-oriented approaches.
Humanistic psychology uses the term 'bodymind' to refer to a unified system in which mind, body and spirit are dynamically interrelated. This means that changes in one area ripple through and affect the individual’s whole system (psychological, emotional, physical, and spiritual dimensions).
Developing greater body awareness and tapping into your body’s innate healing potential can enable more vibrant health and improve mental clarity and emotional resilience. You can read about my dedicated yoga and mindfulness work at vivid yoga.
“Nobody can fall so low unless he has a great depth. If such a thing can happen to a man, it challenges his best and highest on the other side; that is to say, this depth corresponds to a potential height, and the blackest darkness to a hidden light.”~ Carl Jung
"We must be willing to get rid of the life we’ve planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.” ~ Joseph Campbell
I saw Elizabeth for counselling in Harley Street, to help with my anxiety and depression. I was sceptical that therapy could help as I’d had some at uni that wasn’t. Understanding how and why I avoided dealing with my feelings and learning how to change this was the hardest part of the therapy but worth going through.
The most helpful part of the counselling process was understanding how my childhood affected how I felt about myself.
I went to see Elizabeth in Harley Street for help with anxiety. She provided practical tools and helped me start a regular meditation practice. I’m very happy to recommend her.
My psychotherapy and counselling practices are all a few minutes walk from nearest stations:
Psychotherapy in Kings Cross - 5 mins walk from KX tube and convenient for Islington, Farringdon, Old Street.
Psychotherapy and Counselling in Harley Street - 7 minutes walk from Oxford Street tube and walkable from Bond St, Gt Portland St stations.
Counsellor in Hampstead - 5 minutes walk equidistant from Gospel Oak / Hampstead Heath overground or 10 minutes from Belsize Park tube.