Psychotherapy Services in Central London

Face to Face and Online Counselling Available

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If you’re stressed, just need someone to talk to, not sure which way to go, maybe feeling a little confused or isolated, then counselling can help.

Talking in a neutral setting can be very helpful as it can assist you in finding ways around problems that have maybe been around for years, or getting through something more recent.

To do this, I try to understand your situation, to either find ways of coping or new ways of living.

This process can at times be difficult, and therefore it is always done with a serious attention given to patience and acceptance.

I am a registered member of the B.A.C.P., and so follow their code of ethics in practice.

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How can I help?


Usually directly proportional to the level of perceived, or felt, uncertainty in a situation. Can be very tough, making some of the simplest life actions more draining. Counselling


Can manifest in many ways, but the two main ones are: as an overwhelming melancholy or bubbling/explosive anger.  Churchill called it his “black dog”, and Holly Golightly the “mean reds”, being worse than “the blues”! It can make life heavier than it need be. Is often a symptom of a system that needs care. Counselling


Is a coping mechanism that has gone wrong/is outdated, combined with the knowledge of what horror exists in the world. This often means forging or creating something new and different that is unique to you to emerge: Trauma/PTSD


Modern work patterns and lifestyles can take a heavy toll on a psychological system that was not designed for it. London can be quite good at exasperating this issue, often with eagerness. Counselling

Expatriate Experience

London is a city of Internationals, which many would say is one of its strengths. I have spent nearly half my life living and working abroad as a therapist, so I know a little about this area: Expat Experience

Sex Work:

Sex work is work, and like any emotionally taxing profession, such as social work or mine as a psychotherapist, anyone in this profession could probably do with a little professional support: Sex Work




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I found the therapy very beneficial. Jefferson worked with me as I learned to own and process my feelings, and to recognize and accept the impacts of my troubled past. Avoiding rejection and disapproval is no longer a primary concern. These small but significant changes together have brought me to a place where I feel, … Continue reading

I learned to hear my inner dialogue, to feel the emotions and be comfortable with all that is going on. Helped with the  fear or the natural resisting and burying of “bad” parts of me… so I now see them as “just one part of many making up a balanced whole” … ‘bad’ was not … Continue reading

It would be fair to say I had viewed the idea of counselling with some scepticism. I come from a macho profession in which people are expected to simply lick their wounds, and move on. But seeing Richard was transformational, and one the best things I have done for myself. I highly recommend him to … Continue reading

Richard made it possible for me to uncover areas of my life that were hard to manage and relate to, then helped me find better and more balanced approach allowing me to yield significant visible improvements in those areas. I’d strongly recommend working with him.

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