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Counselling, Psychotherapy, CBT & Mindfulness in Central London & Online

COVID-19 notice: At Therapy Central, during the pandemic, we are committed to providing continued care and support, and we offer evidence-based Telephone and Online Therapy to all new and existing clients.

Get a free 15min consultation and/or an online appointment (e.g., through Skype, Facetime etc) via this link. We’re here to help.

NHS workers now get our reduced fee.

Therapy Central Counselling and Psychotherapy in Central London

Change Starts with Talking.
Let’s take the first step together.

No judgement or blame: had we experienced what you did we would feel just the same. This is our philosophy.

We are all born with the right to live a fulfilling life, and the potential to achieve it.
If you feel somehow stuck, therapy and counselling may be the best tools to unlock that potential again. Take the first step today and contact us to work together on your issues at our therapy practice in Oxford Circus, Central London.
Book a 15min FREE phone consultation with an expert therapist today.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Psychotherapy, Managing emotions, Oxford Circus

Difficult to understand or manage your emotions? You just need to learn how.

Counselling and psychotherapy – or talking therapy [1]– are about building on a positive relationship with your therapist or counsellor, a springboard helping you make sense and manage your struggles. They’re also about learning tools and coping strategies to deal with your difficulties and move on towards the life you want.

No one-size-fits-all. We are all different and thus therapy is a very personal and subjective experience. We specialise in a range of evidence-based therapy and counselling options, from short/medium term CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) to mindfulness, schema and compassion-focused, and from person-centred to psychodynamic approaches. We are trained to work with individuals, couples and families and adapt therapy to tailor it around your unique needs and desires.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Psychotherapy, Managing emotions, Oxford Circus
Online therapy is safe

Worry and Low mood?
Anger or Anxiety? You are not alone.

Did you know that one in four people have some mental or emotional health issue?[2] These issues can affect thoughts, emotions, behaviours and even our body thus disrupting your normal life.

Whatever problems you are experiencing right now we believe these are normal reactions to difficult life circumstances. It might feel that other people don’t get it but we understand and have the skills to help.

Whether you’re experiencing anxiety, depression, bereavement, low self confidence relationship issues, work stress, anger issues, OCD, PTSD or personality disorders, our counsellors, psychotherapists and CBT therapists in London can help you manage these difficulties and live the life you want.

Online Therapy, Telephone Therapy, Remote Therapy

Therapy in London, Face to Face, Online or via the Phone. We're here no matter what.

If you have a physical impairment or simply want the flexibility and comfort of your home. Whether you’re too far from our London practice or are coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic, therapy does not have to stop.

Online counselling and therapy have been proven to be as effective as traditional face to face therapy [3].

Remote, online therapy and counselling, via a video-link (e.g. Skype, Facetime, Hangouts etc.,) or telephone therapy are effective options which can allow you to start to work on your issues effectively from anywhere in the world. Request it here.

Online Therapy, Telephone Therapy, Remote Therapy

Meet the team

Dr. Raffaello Antonino

Clinical Director, Counselling Psychologist

Dr. Sheetal Dandgey

Clinical Director, Counselling Psychologist

Dr. Amy Smith

Clinical Director, Counselling Psychologist

Dr. Neha Mundra-Walia

Counselling Psychologist

Fabio Valenti

Psychodynamic Therapist

Dr. Aris Tarabi

Counselling Psychologist, CBT Therapist

Dr. Konstantina Tsalavouta

Counselling Psychologist

Dr. Anna Hovris

Counselling Psychologist

Darren Pininski

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Samantha Harris

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Juliet Anton

Counselling Psychologist

Dr. Margot Brink

Consultant Counselling Psychologist

Dr. Karin Kihlberg

Counselling Psychologist

Dr. Melissa Barry

Clinical Psychologist

“Whatever you are experiencing, there’s a good reason for it, and an even better one for changing it.”

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How to Improve Sleep During the Covid-19 Crisis in 7 steps

One of the most important aspects to maintain good physical and mental health is sleep, and during the Coronavirus crisis, especially if you're on lockdown, it is possible to find your sleep is disrupted. Perhaps you find it hard to fall asleep or maybe it's more to do with waking up in the middle of the night. Whatever the situation, we have prepared a list of tips which can help you get longer and better sleep. Here is How to Improve Sleep during the Covid-19 crisis in 7 steps.

Start your Therapy Journey
from the Heart of London.

Find Therapy Central at 50 Great Portland Street, W1W 7ND, 3rd floor.

Our central London Counselling, Psychotherapy and CBT practice is a 3 min walk from Oxford Circus Underground Station – Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines

[1] Talking therapies. (2018, August 14). Retrieved from Mental Health Foundation website: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/a-to-z/t/talking-therapies

[2] McManus S, Bebbington P, Jenkins R, Brugha T. (eds.) (2016). Mental health and wellbeing in England: Adult psychiatric morbidity survey 2014. Leeds: NHS digital.

‌[3] Wagner, B., Horn, A. B., & Maercker, A. (2014). Internet-based versus face-to-face cognitive-behavioral intervention for depression: a randomized controlled non-inferiority trialJournal of affective disorders152, 113-121

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