Adjustments to counselling in response to Coronavirus:
Therapy in London is able to accept telephone and video sessions in conjuction with current government reccomendations.
In these difficult times it is more important than ever to continue conversations about your mental-health.
Find more information on therapy during social distancing here.
Stay safe. Philip.
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My name is Philip, I am a professionally trained and BACP registered psychotherapist counsellor and psychologist.
I offer both short and long term, confidential therapy.
I offer a free telephone consultation in order to answer any further questions you may have concerning therapy in general, your personal issues and for you to see if I am the right therapist for you.
Find out more about how therapy can help you. You can also find some resources answering any questions you have.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions
I look forward to hearing from you.
How Therapy Helps
We all live in a way that is comfortable but sometimes that comfort can be detrimental to our happiness. That comfort originates from years of past experiences which may have been helpful growing up but maybe outdated now.
These outdated models can lead us to feel disconnected, confused, anxious and depressed. We may feel ‘I used to be happy and nothing’s changed, maybe it’s my fault?’ Counselling helps by uncovering the models established throughout our lives so that we can start to assess if these ways of living are helping us live in the present.
We can then start to look at new ways to live which are more congruent with who we are now rather than who we were years ago.
Therapy can help to relinquish issues in your life by getting to know your underlying thoughts and feelings. Promoting lasting change, resilience and a happier more content life ahead.
Take a look at our presenting issues page to find out about the many issues that therapy can help you overcome.