Counselling Directory Of Psychotherapists & Counsellors Working At HQ Therapy Rooms.

Do you need to find a therapist in London? Browse our counselling directory of psychotherapists & counsellors offering confidential therapy and relationship counselling for individuals & couples in our private therapy rooms based in the Dalston & Haggerston areas of Hackney, East London at HQ Therapy Rooms. For many of us trying to find a therapist and getting the right therapy can be a difficult task. When it comes to seeking psychotherapy and counselling services sometimes it’s hard to know where to start, especially if you are new to the area of therapy. What type of private therapist will help you cope with your own individual personal problems and relationship advice issues?

How do you know that this is the right type of counselling you specifically need? Taking the first steps to finding the right therapist is often the biggest hurdle for newcomers.

But at the HQ Therapy rooms in the Dalston and Haggerston areas of Hackney, Central London we are here to help you through those initial stages and questions and help you find a therapist with our private counselling directory of qualified psychotherapists. If you feel uncertain which therapist or therapy process is right for you then please email us in confidence at [email protected], or telephone Izabela on 07999 375 884, our referral therapist for April 2019 who will be dealing with all client enquiries, and we can work with you to make sure you receive the right therapy and counselling you require. .

Psychotherapists & Counsellors are there to help people to deal with a whole range of problems that they are sometimes struggling to cope with and proves difficult for them to define. These can include a sense of confusion about their lives and about who they are, a lack of direction, a loss of meaning or joy in living, anger issues, identity crisis, difficulties in relating to others, relationship problems, the loss of a loved one, or concerns about identity or sexuality.

Counselling and psychotherapy are forms of treatment for all kinds of psychological distress. Both involve talking to someone about yourself and the problems you have coping with them in complete confidence. At HQ Therapy rooms we offer private councelling and psychotherapy sessions for one-on-one therapy, couples counselling, cognitive behavioral therapy and group therapy.

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So if you are looking to find qualified psychotherapists & counsellors based in the Dalston and Haggerston areas of Central London (directions here) then have a look at our counselling directory of qualified and accredited psychologists below who are trained in a wide variety of psychotherapy and counselling services for your individual requirements and are currently practicing at our HQ Therapy Rooms.

Cecilia Carlotti (BCP) (TSP):

Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Dr Andre Morris (D.Clin.Psy., B.A. Hons):

Clinical Psychologist

Richard Jones:

Integrative Psychotherapist

Amy Westwick (BACP):

Integrative Counsellor

Dr Antonina Martin:

Clinical Psychologist

Nemide Nazlı Yuceloglu:

ICF Life Coach & NLP Practitioner

Jacqueline Miller:

Person Centred Counsellor

Iwa Kos-Surowka:

Psychodynamic Psychotherapist & CBT Therapist

Jennifer Burn:

Therapeutic Counsellor

Robert Thompson (BACP):

Integrative Therapist

Melanie Cox:

Psychotherapist and TRE Practitioner

Georgina Daunt (BACP):

Counsellor and Psychotherapist

Ryan Noronha:

Psychiatrist, EMDR and Theta Practitioner

James Hawkins:


Daniel Wiegand:

Person-Centred Counsellor

Anita Gaspar:

Psychotherapist & Counsellor

Izabela Hunter (BACP):

Child, Adolescent, Adult Psychotherapist & Counsellor

Jennifer Heymann:

Psychodynamic Counsellor and Psychotherapist

Candy Newman (MBACP):

Humanistic Psychotherapist – Individuals & Couples

Sahara Begum:

Trainee Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist

Nicole Lempriere:

Integrative Psychotherapist

Kristen Bailey:

Psychotherapist & Counsellor

Yoni Pinkas:

Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Guy Krenger:

Existential Therapist

Kirsty Coombs:

Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

Joelle Harari:

Psychodynamic Counsellor & Psychotherapist, MSc, MBACP

Alessia Chiappino:

Psychotherapeutic Counsellor

Joe Moran (BACP):

Integrative Psychotherapist

Sylvia Cowell (MBACP):

Registered Psychotherapist

Mary Lambert:

Integrative Psychotherapist

Sara Pantaleone:

Psychodynamic Psychotherapist & Clinical Psychologist

Emmanuelle Cadji-Newby:

Psychotherapist & Personal Consultant

Ruth Hargreaves:


Ben Willens:

Cognitive Hypnotherapist

Rosalind Simpson (MBACP):

Registered Psychotherapist

Becky O’Grady:

Clinical Psychologist

Jen Tomkinson (MBACP):

Person-Centred Therapist

Daniel Goldie (MBACP):

Integrative Counsellor & Therapist

Dr Rosemary Gomes:

Clinical Psychologist

Marie Smith:

Integrative Psychotherapist

Noreen Dowling:

Clinical Psychologist

David Dixon:

Psychotherapist & Counsellor

Andy Critchley:


Salvo La Rosa:

Integrative Transpersonal Psychotherapist

Gigi Dryer:

Integrative Counsellor

Stephane Mayoux (MBACP):

Psychotherapeutic Counsellor

Rowenna Clifford:

Cognitive Hypnotherapist & Mindfulness Coach

Rob Scaife:

Integrative Counselling and Therapy MBACP, MBPsS

Dr Samantha Dewhurst:

Counselling Psychologist

Muge Erdogmus-Turnbull:

Integrative Psychotherapist & Creative Arts Therapist (MA, UKCP, HCPC)

Simon Rutter (BACP):


Aoife Kinsella (BACP):

Integrative Psychotherapist

Dean Capon:

Integrative Counsellor & Coach

Valentina Hamilton:

Psychodynamic & Attachment Based Counselling & Psychotherapy

Panagiotis Bouzianis:

Chartered Counselling Psychologist

Complementary Therapists Currently Working At HQ Therapy Rooms

The field of psychotherapy, counselling and other forms of talking therapy has much to offer us as individuals, working towards emotional well-being and physical good health and lifestyle. Working alongside these traditional practices complementary therapies are often used in addition or individually to conventional western therapy techniques and help support mental health symptoms like anxiety, depression, sleep problems, IBS, skin conditions, muscle tension and general feelings of stress. At the very least they go a long way towards helping improve general wellbeing.

Complementary and alternative therapy approaches share a belief in the body’s ability to heal itself. Some of them use an understanding of the working of the body, based on Eastern understandings of energy meridians and fields.

Usually such treatments are tailored to the individual, and do not use a ‘one size fits all’ approach. These can include such treatments as reflexology, shamanic energy work, acupuncture, homeopathy, massage therapy and nutrition advice.

Visiting Therapists Currently Working At HQ Therapy Rooms