Online Psychotherapy and Counselling Services
Online Psychologist Providing Therapy and Counselling to Individulas, Couples and Children in London
We are a team of leading private psychologists providing online counselling services to adults, adolescents and children. We provide online Counselling and psychotherapy in the U.K. and worldwide. You can trust and rely on us to help you with any mental or emotional health issue you might be experiencing.
Premier Online Therapy Clinic for Mental, Emotional Health & Well-being from Harley Street
We are London’s Premier Private Online Psychological Therapy Clinic based in Harley Street, Central London known for its wide range of highly effective expertise, reliable, caring and highly confidential professional psychological therapy services.
A team of leading highly qualified and expert online private counselling psychologists, psychotherapists and psychiatrists in Central London. We offer an individualised service for adults, couples, families, children and adolescents to help you change behaviour and overcome problems to improve relationships and overall emotional wellness.
Online Counselling and Psychotherapy Clinic
If you are looking for expert and confidential help with your mental health, tailored to your needs, you can rest assured that our practitioners are the best in London and able to offer the help and support your needs. We offer private online therapy to individuals, couples, children, adolescents and families from our Harley Street practice. We accept self-referrals, or GP, psychiatrist or other health care provider referrals.
If you are experiencing stress, depression anxiety, relationship problems, anger management and sexual issues or other issues and you need help, we are here to support and guide you to a better emotional and psychological state so that you can start enjoying your every day again.
What’s the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?
Whilst there is a huge amount of overlap, the key difference is that counselling focuses mainly on talking through problems, whereas psychotherapy tends towards employing specific techniques designed to help you change your behaviour patterns as well as come to terms with negative influences in your life. That is not to say that a counsellor will not provide coping strategies – rather that there is slightly more focus on doing this in a systematic way when you see a psychotherapist. Neither method is better than the other. It is a matter of personal preference and needs.