Counselling in London
Inclusive, contemporary psychotherapy
- For individuals
- For couples and other relationship configurations
- Multiple London locations
- Online counselling also available
Need a safe place to talk?
- LGBT QIA+?
- Kinky / into BDSM?
- Into nonmonogamy / polyamory?
- Working in the sex industry? Sex worker?
Are you looking for therapy but are concerned that your identity, lifestyle and life experiences are insufficiently understood by mainstream psychotherapy?
Perhaps you've been delaying seeking help because you're worried about being pathologised or even discriminated against?
Our commitment to you
Between us we've seen pretty much everything. We are committed to ensuring that all our clients are fully seen and heard without fear of judgement.
Please check out our profiles to see who feels like the best fit for you.
- Meg John Barker
- Ronete Cohen
- Joanne Collins
- Louise Futcher
- Tania Glyde
- Clare Staunton
- Henry Strick van Linschoten
If you're new to therapy, or aren't sure about what you're looking for, just ask. Our page What is Therapy? may answer some of your questions.
As part of the campaigning organisation Sense about Sex, we provide training on a number of sex and diversity-related topics for educators, health professionals and journalists. We also offer training to more general audiences (e.g. workplaces, clinics, community groups), and can provide interactive workshops for interested members of the general public.
If you'd rather address us without choosing one person, you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org , or if it is about training, use the general training email address LSRTtherapy@gmail.com .