Online, London Bridge & Chistlehurst

Therapy Locations Served

On this journey, of connecting with others, I have worked with folks as far afield as Singapore, to the out isles of the British Isles and as close as the Isle of Dogs in London. 

I run face-to-face clinics at London Bridge and Chistlehurst, S.E London. I also for those that find the logistics and demand for the comfort of your own home and space allows for a broad church of locations to recieve therapy online, which is becomming the main driver of therapeutic business.


Face to Face Clinics 

City & South East London

  • London Bridge
  • Chislehurst
  • Anywhere with a reliable connection


I am based in South London, I run many of the sessions online, which avoids logistical challenges.

In short, we can arrange these, if geographically workable for you. There will be a renting surcharge to cover the additional cost of the session. Details can be found on the fees page. 

The role of the initial assessment in session 1, is in partnership with you the client, is to build the case formulation and development of a treatment plan. This plan will be a working document that will change over the course of all therapy sessions.  

Therapies and strategies employed, will be selected to meet the treatment plan goals and objectives.

No 2 therapy sessions are alike.  


No therapy can guarantee 100% success. This is not unique to talking therapies, even clinical medicines have an efficacy of far below 100%.

In Therapy we will develop together SMART goals which are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and time bound.


Learning to reframe and cope with a pressing issue is sometimes what is necessary to rebalance mental health and to live a life that is acceptable and manageable. 

Real problems require real solutions, and many problems involve factors to which we have no control over. To borrow the wise words from psychologist Viktor Frankl


On balance, sessions run for an on average of 6 sessions. 

This approach to therapy is not designed to become someone’s life support, that rolls in year in year out.

The plan is to define a treatment plan in session 1, agree goals and objectives and set about to achieve those objectives in the following sessions.

When things are not working. The plan is reviewed and amended where necessary.