Harley Street Counselling & Training Psychotherapy & counselling in Central London, City of London,
Tunbridge Wells & Rochester, in Kent

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Central London • City • Tunbridge Wells • Rochester

Harley Street Counselling and Training welcome you to our private practice.

We are a small group of therapists who are experienced providers of psychotherapy, counselling, CBT and Logotherapy.

Every service we offer is underpinned by an integrated approach towards personal support.

Additional services through Harley Street Counselling and Training.

Counsellor Training
Counselling Supervision
Online and Phone Counselling

Why choose Harley Street Counselling and Training?

1. Our therapists listen to your needs and place you at the centre of the work.
2. We recognise and accept that everyone is unique.
3. Each counsellor works within their level of competence.
4. Our therapists are fully qualified and have the expertise to work within their counselling approach.
5. Continuing professional development is an ongoing requirement to ensure the therapy we offer remains at a high standard.

Our interest is your well-being, development, and recovery. Psychotherapy and counselling can be effective towards common obstacles to wellbeing such as:

Further information.

Frequently asked questions about psychotherapy and counselling.

Limits to confidentiality in counselling.

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Counselling Harley Street

86 Harley Street

Welcome to our private practice in the world-renowned area of Harley Street where we have been established for over 10 years. We work discreetly from the fourth floor of 86 Harley Street for day and evening appointments.

What we offer in Harley Street
A warm, confidential, and non-judgmental environment where a skilled professional has knowledge of a range of common life, well-being and mental health issues. Our focus is to understand your needs and aspirations as part of developing a working relationship with you. This creates a foundation for support whilst heading towards your objectives.

What therapy is available?
Psychotherapy, counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), DNMS, logotherapy and consultant supervision.

Our work in Harley Street
When we first started working in central London, referrals came from consultant psychiatrists' due to a strong background in mental health, working from private hospitals. A busy therapy practice has since developed where referrals have increasingly come by word of mouth.

Many clients who come to Harley Street for counselling fund their own therapy and tend to work in a wide range of professional backgrounds local to Marylebone and Westminster, central London.

Which counsellors are available in Harley Street?
Tim Potter
MBACP (Accred). Member of the UK Chapter of Logotherapy.
Recognised as a psychotherapist with AXA PPP, Aviva, Bupa, Simply Health, Pru-Health, Medisure, Allianz and WPA.
I have 17 years experience as a counsellor in private practice and private hospital setitings. I offer empathy and compassion in a non-judgmental environment and work in a user-centred way...view counselling profile.

Louise Harris
MBACP (Reg.)
I work collaboratively with you to discover which way of working best suits your current needs. The core of my practice is that I provide a friendly, unconditional acceptance and safe place.

I've spent much of my working life in London as a Web Producer for many award-winning TV programmes prior to training as a counsellor.

Before working for Harley Street Counselling & Training, I worked across varied practices with adults; in schools, children's centres and in substance misuse and addiction...view my counsellor profile.

“Professional, caring, insightful, a real help” Anonymous, Harley Street, 2017

What are the fees?
Lead Therapist: £120 per session (self-paying).
Therapists: £90 per session (self-paying).

*Fees via private medical health insurance and method of payment will vary based on the individual therapists pre-existing agreement with the insurer.

Are concessions available in Harley Street?
Quote 'Thursdays' for 50% OFF the initial session. Thursday daytime only! Before 4 pm.
Expires 30th of September 2017

*1 code can be used per person and applies to self-funding clients only.
*Discount code cannot be used after expiration date.
*Excludes Online and Phone Counselling

Wednesday: 11 am – 9 pm.
Thursday: 11 am – 9 pm

Contact a Harley Street therapist.

How to find us in central London • Harley Street

Harley Street psychotherapists are within easy reach of Marylebone, Westminster, Charing Cross, Oxford Street and Regents Street. The nearest underground stations are within walking distance of Harley Street: Oxford Circus, Regents Park, Piccadilly Circus, Bond Street, Baker Street and Great Portland Street.

Online and Phone Counselling

Welcome to our online and phone service exclusively charged at £49 per session by appointment with a Harley Street Counsellor. Online sessions take place via a face to face online platform such as Skype. You will require a high speed broadband connection, web cam and microphone. This can be tested between you and the counsellor in advance of starting a session.

Who is suitable for therapy online?
The counsellor will include you when assessing the suitability of working together. It is not safe or appropriate to work online if you are in immediate crisis, at risk of serious harm to yourself. It is also unsuitable if there is a mental health issue that is outside of the counsellors level of proficiency and/or where a G.P would need to be the first line of contact.

How does confidentiality work online?
In order to work safely with your counsellor, you will need to ensure that you reasonably minimise the risk of interruption and intrusion. Threats to confidentiality can come through 'others' having access to your passwords, online history and data. Therefore you might need to consider if this is a possibility that requires attention.

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Counselling Supervision

I have 10 years’ experience as a qualified supervisor and practice the theoretical, philosophical and practical aspects of clinical and counselling supervision. I work with supervisees of different counselling modalities and experience levels. Past supervees have included: psychiatrists who use counselling interventions, counsellors working in independent schools, external consultant supervision for West Kent YMCA and private practitioners of counselling and psychotherapy.

Currently I provide consultant supervision (supervision of supervision) to several NRCPD sign language interpreters, cognitive behavioural therapists and humanistic counsellors. I am open to working with new supervisees in Harley Street central London, Rochester, and Tunbridge Wells.
My research interests include: Boxing and psychotherapy, critical thinking in counselling and humour in psychotherapy.

View my counselling profile.

Counselling Supervision central London, Counselling Supervision Kent.

Harley Street Counselling and Training • CPD courses

How it works
1. Email Harley Street Counselling and Training expressing your interest in enrollment.
2. We send you our terms and conditions and payment details.
3. Once we have confirmed receipt of payment we will send you the first block of modules i.e. starting with modules one, two and three in an attachment by email.
4. Complete module 1 and send to us for marking.
5. You will receive tutor feedback.

CPD Certificate in Psychotherapeutic Counselling and Boxing

The course explores the niche of counselling and psychotherapy with boxers and is the first of its kind. The course is designed for therapists to have a greater understanding of the culture of boxing and its greater diversity. To work in the field of boxing it is important that the rigours of their world are understood.

The course is designed for qualified practitioners of psychotherapy and counselling, logotherapy, coaching, psychology, and supervision who work from a range of counselling models. This is a highly suitable course if you would like to develop additional knowledge in this specialised area.

"The mental health of boxers has for too long been neglected, so any course designed to deal specifically with boxers should be welcomed."
Ben Dirs, Boxing Writer.

The course requires the participant to engage in self-sufficient research, learning journals and an essay. Although the course can be completed within a month; you have 6 months from the start date if you need to complete the course in your own time.

Module 1 – Introduction: How the course works; tell us about you and how you work; explore your hopes, fears and expectations of the course; what is your current understanding of boxing?

Module 2 - About Boxing: Amateur, Professional & Retired: Use research skills to find out about the role of the key governing bodies in boxing; weight classes; current world champions; local gyms.

Module 3 – History of ‘hard luck’ stories: Rags to riches; retirement; case examples; personal tragedy.

Module 4 – Culture, diversity & common issues in boxing: Identification; fear, anxiety, aggression, polarities, stress, making weight, interview excerpts.

Module 5 – Literature review: Assignment.

Module 6 – How psychotherapy could contribute to the welfare of boxers? Assignment.

Module 7 – Consolidation: Learning on the course; questionnaire.

Coursework: 9 themed learning journals; 3 mini-research tasks; 1 literature review; 1 final essay.

Tutor: the tutor will mark the work within 7 working days of each submission received. This excludes UK term time holidays where we may need to communicate and agree marking turnaround times. The tutor will offer you feedback on the work by email.

50 hours CPD

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Additional interest & speciality available in Harley Street

Boxing: Therapy for boxers (Amateur, Professional and Retired).

We recognise the sport of boxing has a unique culture and respect the dedication required to perform.

We offer therapy for the psychological stress of the sport, as well as the impacts and strains that go with the territory. We also understand how sports men & women can endure common life and mental health issues.

Therapists who work with boxers need to understand the specifics of the sport. This is why our therapists are informed by research in the field and trained in-house prior to working in this area.

Counselling for Boxers Harley Street, Counselling for Boxers Liverpool Street, Counselling for Boxers Central London, Boxing Mental Health, Psychotherapy and Boxing.

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