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Choosing your counselling service with Bark

Everyone needs a little help from time to time. Working with a counsellor can be a really positive step towards improving your lifestyle and taking control of your mental health. Remove the guesswork in choosing a counsellor by filling out our secure form with details of your requirements. We’ll then retrieve quotes from qualified counselling services in London. Therapy can be an incredibly powerful process, helping you reconnect with a relationship or deal with bereavement. Having an objective professional on hand can be a welcome relief, providing important mechanisms to work through any issues.

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Some counsellors are happy to work online and over the phone to help you manage your problems. These remote counselling services are great for those who are short on time. Others specialise in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and some professionals are able to offer psychotherapy sessions.

What to expect

Your first sessions will likely focus around your lifestyle, relationships and the issues you are experiencing. Your counsellor will be building a detailed picture of your mental health and the factors that affect it. Therapy sessions can then be designed around your own personal needs, with the ultimate goal of improving your mental health.

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We take a collaborative and dynamic approach to therapy, helping with issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, and relationship issues.

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Why did you become a counsellor?

I did psychology at university so have always had an interest in the human brain. I decided very early on that I want to help people with their mental health, so completed the necessary training to become BACP accredited (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). It can be a tough job at times, but also very rewarding as I help my clients through what can be troubling times in their lives.

What services can you offer your clients?

A lot of my work is focused around relationship counselling nowadays. However, I do have clients that use my Cognitive Behavioural Therapy services to improve their general mental health. The majority of my work is in personal or couples therapy rather than group sessions. I feel it provides a far more personalised approach to their issues.

What experience do you have?

I opened my practice five years ago after a career at some of the more established counselling services in London (including the NHS). As a psychoanalytic psychotherapist, I’m able to offer both counselling and psychotherapy, although they are often interlinked.

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What are your counselling needs?

Relationship advice

Does the gender of the counsellor matter to you?


Which days and times are you available for counselling?

Weekdays after 6pm

What sort of consultation would you consider?

Remote, preferably online

Any additional details?

Having been married for 20 years, my partner was recently unfaithful. We need help repairing the trust and friendship, since the love is still there.

What are your counselling needs?


Does the gender of the counsellor matter to you?


Which days and times are you available for counselling?


What sort of consultation would you consider?

Face-to-face, telephone

Any additional details?

I recently lost my sister and cannot sleep or focus. I think I need help coming to terms with the grief.

What are your counselling needs?

Traumatic event counselling

Does the gender of the counsellor matter to you?

Yes – male please

Which days and times are you available for counselling?

Wednesday mornings

What sort of consultation would you consider?


Any additional details?

A year ago I experienced a traumatic event and I need help with coping mechanisms.

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The average rating for Bark Counsellors in London is 4.87, based on 1,017 reviews.

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