Working with clients in South West London and throughout the UK 

Online Psychotherapy Sessions Are Available Virtually via Zoom, Skype, Phone or FaceTime 
Always 100% Confidential 
Are you struggling with frequent negative emotions, anxiety or depression? 
Sometimes life can be challenging. We all need support at times, and often a psychotherapist is the right person to help you overcome your life difficulties, to understand yourself and find a new solution to coping. 
Through talking therapy, your therapist will help you create positive changes in how you think, feel and act, to improve your mental and emotional wellbeing so you can thrive again.  
Some people find it difficult to get in touch with their feelings or may bottle up and the distress can be expressed through becoming physically ill. Therapy can help. 
Feel confident that you are able to talk confidentially about your challenges and your feelings with a psychotherapist from a Wellbeing Centre London to gain deeper insights into the issues you face, and learn to resolve the root cause of your problems. 

How does Psychotherapy help? 

Our psychotherapists and psychologists have helped clients with a range of issues such as: 
Insomnia / Sleep Disorders 
Abuse (domestic, adult, child, physical, emotional, sexual, financial, narcissistic) 
Drug, alcohol and other dependencies 
Habit Disorders 
Chronic Pain 
Sexual Difficulties 
Couple and Relationship Counselling & Therapy 
Finding a New Direction 

Achieve a better, happier life 

We lead fast paced and demanding lives, that keep us busy and pre-occupied, which means we are often guilty of neglecting our emotional wellbeing. 
At the Wellbeing Centre London, with HQ in Putney Bridge, Fulham, we believe that your emotional wellbeing is as important as your physical wellbeing, and true peace and happiness arises from inside of us, from our thoughts and inner calm. 
Our experienced psychotherapists treat a range of emotional distresses, problems and disorders centred around work or home life issues. 
Therapy shouldn’t be the last resort for emotionally challenging times in your life. We are working to lift the stigma of seeking support, by providing a safe and supportive space in which to explore your feelings. 
In your session with your therapist, we allow you to take time out to focus on yourself, your feelings, emotions and behaviours, so you can make sense of them and you can make the change you need, bringing you peace and happiness. 
Our experienced psychotherapists have helped many clients achieve lasting change in a range of difficulties from anxiety, depression or abuse, through to supporting them during times of bereavement or divorce. 

Why choose the Wellbeing Centre London for Psychotherapy? 

We are UKCP / BACP Accredited 
We ensure our therapists are qualified to the highest standards and accredited by the UKCP or BACP. You can therefore be confident that you are putting your emotional wellbeing in the safe hands of a confidential, ethical and professional counsellor who has met the rigorous standards of the regulatory bodies. 
Immediate availability, in an environment that works for you 
When your emotional health is suffering, you need help quickly and effortlessly. 
The Wellbeing Centre London offers immediate appointments either online or face-to-face. We welcome clients to our South West London based premises and also deliver therapy online across the whole of the UK. 
We will work with whichever method is most practical and comfortable for you. 

What is the difference between Psychotherapy and Counselling? 

The differences in Psychotherapy and Counselling are minimal, with most therapists trained in both techniques. 
Often a longer-term treatment that helps you identify emotional issues, problems and difficulties 
Of most use when you're trying to analyse and make sense of your emotions, feelings, thoughts and behaviours so you can make positive changes. 
Ideal for exploring the origins of any issues and how to overcome them 
Usually, a short or open term treatment which encourages changes in behaviour 
Helpful in identifying issues and taking positive steps to resolve them. 
Ideal for those who understand their problems and are able to resolve them with the help of an experienced specialist 

What happens during a Psychotherapy session? 

In order to be comfortable during your session, it is important to understand the structure. 
Therapy sessions usually last 50 minutes and are held weekly or fortnightly. 
Psychotherapy can be long or short term, we advise a minimum of six sessions. The number of sessions will depend on your individual needs and the complexity of the issues you want to resolve. The therapist will usually give you an estimate of treatment times at the initial assessment stage. 
Therapy can be open-ended with no commitment to the number of sessions, providing a truly flexible and modern approach to psychotherapy. 

Psychotherapy support, personalised for you 

If you would like to find out more about our Psychotherapy services, and how they can help you, simply contact us to arrange a Free initial 15-minute consultation. 
We will recommend a trusted, professional therapist or counsellor to work with you, constructing a bespoke treatment designed to help you achieve your goals. 
Take a positive step toward a happier you, today. 
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