Welcome to Central London’s Counselling and Psychotherapy Service. We are a team of experienced accredited, insured, full time professional counsellors and psychotherapists.Counselling Central London offer all current counselling modalities.
Counselling Central London
25 Floral Street
London WC2E 9DS
0800 988 3848
We are located at our new clinic in Covent Garden where we provide a safe and discreet therapeutic environment to begin the process of Counselling and Psychotherapy with a fully qualified Counsellor or Psychotherapist at our Central London Clinic.
Our Counsellors have many years of experience and will be able to help you with your issues that you bring to therapy, we serve patients in Central London and North West London covering: Holborn, Covent Garden, Farringdon, Chancery Lane, City of London,London Bridge, Waterloo and Blackfriars.
Counselling Central London offer the following Counselling Therapies
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-CBT
- Psychodynamic Counselling
- Couples Counselling
- Crisis Counselling
- Bereavement Therapy
- Addiction Counselling
- Person Centered Counselling
- Humanistic Counselling
- Family Therapy
- Solution Focused Therapy
What Issues Can Counselling and Psychotherapy Help You With?
- Stress, Anxiety and Panic Attacks
- Depression and Low Mood
- Relationship Breakdowns and Divorce
- Loss, Seperation and Berevement
- Alcoholism, Addictions and Eating Disorders
- Self Harm and Suicidal Ideation
- Low Self Worth & Personal Esteem Issues
- Lack of Purpose Meaning and Value
- Health Issues
Counselling Central London will provide an initial assessment that will help you identify and start to understand your presenting issues as well as define your Goals for your therapy and counselling.
The London Clinical Team will be able to formulate a Treatment Plan and decide which psychotherapist or counsellor would be most appropriate for you. Our counsellors and psychotherapists are fully accredited with either UKCP, or BACP.
The counsellors and psychotherapists work with the most effective models of care defined by evidence based practice as set out in the UK NICE guidelines.