Professional therapists in London provide counselling and therapy for couples, as well as for friends and relatives. Tell us if you’d like to go to a group session, or if you’d prefer private, one-to-one sessions.
Quotes from counsellors
Once we know the kind of therapy you’re searching for, we’ll compile a selection of quotes for you. These will consider location, price and session type, meaning that we only send you quotes which meet your needs.
Choose a relationship therapist
Once you’ve checked your quotes, you can look at therapist profiles and client reviews to help you choose. You can also speak to professional counsellors either online or by phone before booking any sessions.
Psychotherapy service : face to face, video/audio calls dependant on client location. Specialise in relationship work / couples counselling, anxiety mgt etc amongst other issues (see website for full list.) Also a trained hypnotherapist : useful for smoking/weight issues. I offer a free 15 minute chat with no obligation to book. Full of empathy and warmth and ready to help You!
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I specialise in the things that make us different, the things that make us tick, and then I help to bridge gaps between couples, teams, or communities. Through understanding each other's point of view, and honouring ourselves, we can be happier in the world, in ourselves, and with each other.
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Finding a relationship counsellor in London
A problem shared is a problem halved
Seeing a therapist helps to establish the triggers of any toxic feelings that may be arising in a relationship. A professional therapist will be able to identify behaviours that are exacerbating the situation. Together, you’ll be better able to put into words where the problems lie and how they could be resolved. Therapists and counsellors also act as mediators, enabling people to say things they may not be comfortable saying to their partner or relative alone.
Some people may require counselling just once. Others will need it at various stages in their relationships. Life doesn’t always run smoothly. When you spend and invest so much of your time in one person, conflicts will inevitably arise. Relationship or marriage counselling can provide the necessary clarity to put you both at ease.
It takes two to tango
All relationships, whether that be parent-child, friendships or romantic relationships, are a two-way investment. And all close relationships require effort at certain times. If you care about a person, there are bound to be times when you find yourself consumed by worry about them, or overly protective of them. Negative feelings are a natural part of any relationship, but sometimes it can help to have an objective viewpoint to help you navigate through these feelings.
We might not have sought out help from a counsellor if our friends hadn’t recommended We, Ourselves & Us. It’s really amazing how much talking to a professional can help. We wouldn’t hesitate using this service again.
Hear from a professional
What inspired you to become a relationship counsellor?
I’ve always been an empathetic and thoughtful person and I think I often acted as a counsellor to many of my friends and family before I took it up professionally! I wanted a job that involved helping others and a people-based role, but medicine didn’t appeal as I’m squeamish. Counselling was the perfect compromise, and there were plenty of opportunities for me to get started in London.
What’s the hardest part of your job?
When I first qualified, I found it really hard to switch off after seeing clients. I’d be eating my dinner wondering if they were okay. I’ve got better at this with experience. Remembering that you’re not superhuman is key – you can help people but you can’t control their lives.
What qualifications do you have?
I have Level 4 Diploma in Counselling. I’m taking the advanced Level 5 Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling part-time alongside my counselling job, and I’m a member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).