Therapy offers you the time and space to explore

There are many reasons for seeing a psychotherapist or a counsellor. It can be useful if you want to explore a specific problem or concern, for example: stress, anxiety, depression, work issues, relationship problems, life changes, bereavement, trauma, identity and sexuality issues. Or perhaps you are feeling stuck in your life and experiencing a general lack of purpose and malaise. Therapy can be a useful tool for self-development at any stage in your life. Seeing a therapist can help you understand your situation better so you can make changes. I see individuals and couples.

I aim to provide a supportive and confidential environment so we can jointly explore whatever is going on for you. I see people for psychotherapy and counselling in Crystal Palace, South East London, and work as an online therapist using Skype (or Skype alternatives: VSee/FaceTime). 

I am professionally registered with the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and observe the UKCP ethical framework for best practice.

Graham Thomas MA MBACP UKCP (registered)

London Psychotherapist and Counsellor

Telephone: 07890 093 106   Voicemail: 020 7193 3025  Email:

Central London Psychotherapist and Counsellor


For psychotherapy and counselling in central London, I work from Linen Hall (Room 334), 162-168 Regent Street, London W1B 5TG. You can find the Linen Hall practice in Regent Street in-between Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus tube stations. It's a discreet entrance in the middle of two shops, Guess and Calvin Klein. The following destinations are close by: Oxford Circus, Regent Street, Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Soho, Marylebone, Leicester Square, West End, Green Park, Strand, Fitzrovia, Victoria, Harley Street, Covent Garden, Park Lane, Mayfair, Embankment, Charing Cross, Marble Arch. To give you an idea of location and accessibility, I've noted down distances from nearest railway stations and tube stations: London Charing Cross (0.8 miles); London Victoria (1.1 miles); London Marylebone (1.3 miles); London Euston (1.3 miles); London St Pancras and London King's Cross (1.5 miles) Farringdon (1.6 miles). Tubes nearby: Oxford Circus (0.2 miles); Piccadilly Circus (0.3 miles); Bond Street (0.5 miles); Leicester Square (0.5 miles); Green Park (0.6 miles).

South East London Psychotherapist and Counsellor

Psychotherapy & Counselling in South East London is a few moments away from the main triangle shopping area of Crystal Palace. Nearest stations are Crystal Palace (now also on the Overground line) and Gipsy Hill. Connections to Central London stations are fast and frequent to London Bridge and Victoria. Connections are also good for: West Norwood, Streatham Hill, Balham, Clapham Junction, Battersea, Sydenham, Forest Hill, Penge, Brockley, Peckham Rye, Tulse Hill, East Dulwich, North Dulwich, Beckenham, West Croydon.


I accept referrals from other healthcare professionals, psychotherapists and counsellors and also make referrals. If you do not find what you are looking for on this site, send me an email or phone me to talk about how you can find a counsellor or psychotherapist to suit your needs. I can recommend therapists working with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), REBT, Jungian analysis and existential/phenomenological therapy.

Central London Counselling and Psychotherapy - Regent Steet (nearest tube: Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus):
Counselling in W1 / Counselling in WC1
Counselling in WC2 / Counselling in SW1
Counselling in W2 / Counselling in NW1
Counselling in N1 / Counselling in EC1
Counselling in SW1V / Counselling in EC2
Counselling in EC3, and surrounding areas
Psychotherapy and counselling in South East London - Crystal Palace (nearest stations: Crystal Palace and Gipsy Hill)
Counselling in SE19 / Counselling in SE20
Counselling in SE27 / Counselling in SE26
Counselling in SW16 / Counselling in SE23
and surrounding areas
Online therapy and web-based psychotherapy:

Online counselling (instant messaging, video conferencing and Skype) takes place over the web. The therapist is based in London, UK, and international participants need to be mindful of their local legal considerations before seeking therapy online. For those wanting to use a Skype alternative, I also use VSee and FaceTime. 



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