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Jasmine Cooray


I am a creative, integrative counsellor. In sessions with me you will be provided with a warm, clarifying and grounding environment: a confidential space to not be alone with what is bothering you. I'm interested in helping you to find a lighter, freer way to be....more information
BACP Work 89 Fleet St London EC4Y 1DH United Kingdom Mobile: 07846693801 Website:

Can you describe a bit more about how you work?

I work in an integrative, creative, embodied way, which means I am trained in several different modalities and will draw from them according to your needs.

For example, I might offer a safe witness to painful parts of your history, or I might offer ways of changing or managing negative thoughts that arise in the present. 

Usually I work combining looking backwards and looking forwards: that is, work towards understanding the experiences that contribute to your challenges, and find ways to manage and overcome the echoes of these experiences in the present. I find sensations in the body a useful informant for our emotions, so usually will attend to these too.

I will encourage anything that there isn’t plain language for  to be expressed with the body, in drawings or verbal images, if that appeals to you.

We can discuss what you feel might be helpful in the initial session, and if I think something might be useful as we along, I will offer it directly to you for discussion. 

I have experience with a wide range of issues that include stress, abuse, anxiety, relationship issues, gender and sexuality, bereavement, abandonment, disability, chronic illness, self harm and low-self worth.

Why are you a counsellor?

I believe that we have all done our best to survive and adapt to the circumstances of our pasts, but that sometimes we need help letting go of what isn’t useful anymore and finding the freedom to live the life that we want. I want to do work that challenges the message that we must be inauthentic about how we feel to be acceptable. I came to counselling as someone who found being a client incredibly healing, and wanted to pass that experience on. I’m here to help give you a leg up into breathing more easily. 

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Maggie Jamieson

Integrative Psychotherapist

I'm an experienced UKCP Registered Integrative Psychotherapist/Counsellor. I believe we all have far more emotional and psychological resources than we think we do, and that the experience of feeling listened to and understood by another human being can help us tap into and realise more of those inner strengths, enabling us to move forward in our lives....more information
UKCPMSc. Integrative Psychotherapy, BSc.(hons) Psychology Work 89 Fleet St London EC4Y 1DH Work The Chandlery 50 Westminster Bridge Road London SE1 7QY Work United Kingdom Mobile: 07821 265402 Website:

Drawing on ideas and methods from different schools of thought, I tailor how I work in response to each individual and their concerns. My approach is relational and flexible and drawn in particular from existential psychotherapy, gestalt, psychodynamics and mindfulness. I offer a supportive and open space where you’ll be listened to, taken seriously, encouraged to reflect more deeply on your life experiences and to find a new perspective on whatever is troubling you. At the heart of my approach is the belief that we all have the capacity, creativity and inner resources to find our own solutions and that self-awareness is key to finding balance, emotional resilience and well being.

I work with people who bring a wide range of concerns. I’m also a trained bereavement counsellor with over 5 years experience in an NHS Hospice, this includes working with people suffering a traumatic bereavement such as a suicide, sudden death, death of a child.

Please click on the link to my website for more details about me and how I work.

Practice Locations:
Monday & Wednesday: Ludgate Hill Practice,  89 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1DH
Thursday:  The Chandlery,  50 Westminster Bridge Road, Waterloo, London SE1 7QY

Fee: £60 per session (50 minutes), this is payable in cash or cheque on the day.
Cancellation policy: I ask for at least 48 hours notice of cancellation, otherwise the fee for the missed session is payable.

Training, qualifications & experience
MSc. Integrative Psychotherapy (Middlesex University) Metanoia Institute.
BSc. (Hons) Psychology (Birkbeck College, University of London)

In addition to private practice my clinical experience includes work in the NHS and voluntary sector:

Bereavement counsellor/psychotherapist in an NHS Hospice bereavement service for over 5 years. I received additional training here. My experience/training includes working with traumatic bereavements, including death by suicide, accident, and the death of a child.
Counsellor for the mental health charity MIND.
Honorary Psychotherapist in NHS Hospital Psychotherapy unit: seeing patients referred through their GP or mental health services for long term psychotherapy.
I have also been a Samaritan Volunteer.
Earlier in my career I worked in social services teaching adults with autism.

My experience includes ongoing work with psychotherapy/counselling trainees

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Peter Jewers


I have an integrative counselling approach, this enables me to draw upon a range of approaches and techniques, including Person-centred therapy, Psychodynamic therapy, Solution focused therapy, Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), Gestalt therapy,  Mindfulness and spirituality....more information
BACP Work 89 Fleet St London EC4Y 1DH United Kingdom Mobile: 07585 020940 Website:

My Therapy

I have an integrative counselling approach, this enables me to draw upon a range of approaches and techniques, including Person-centred therapy, Psychodynamic therapy, Solution focused therapy, Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), Gestalt therapy,  Mindfulness and spirituality.
My therapy is tailored to meet my individual client’s needs, I use these approaches to help my clients explore their issues.
Through my own personal experience I understand that it can be difficult to start therapy and to choose a Counsellor. I  am aware that it can feel uncomfortable and challenging, therefore I aim to support you on your journey by providing a confidential, warm, trusting environment, listening to you, having empathy and understanding and by challenging you when appropriate.
  •  I am a fully qualified Integrative Counsellor working from a private practice in Great Waltham, Essex (near Chelmsford) and from a practice in the City of London.      
  • I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). I work with both adults and young people offering short and long term therapy.   
  • confidential, warm, friendly, supportive, non judgemental environment. A space where you can feel safe to talk about your feelings, thoughts, fears and concerns.
  • My role as a therapist is to work with you to help you understand and clarify what it is that is troubling you and to help you find ways to work through your issues, enhancing your self awareness and resilience as you work towards  a healthy, positive outcome. 
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Eamonn Marshall

I have worked with many hundreds of clients since I started my first training as a counsellor back in 1992, both in private practice and in the NHS in East London where I worked as a clinician and manager for seven years. I now offer brief and longer term counselling and psychotherapy to individuals and couples, and supervise the work of other counsellors and therapists....more information
Work 89 Fleet St London England EC4Y 1DH United Kingdom Landline: 0203 286 1149 Website: Website

I have been working with people in private practice since 1992 when I started my first training as a counsellor.

I have always maintained my private practice alongside other work. Most recently this included a seven year period of work in the NHS as a clinician and manager of a primary care GP counselling service in Newham, East London. Between 2004 and 2016 I continued my interest in primary care mental health in my role as Clinical Supervisor for a team of GP-based counsellors and therapists working for a local NHS Trust. I am also interested in supporting GPs and the psychological work that they do with their patients and to this end I run Balint Groups for GPs – go ☞ here to read more about my Balint Group Leader work.

Prior to my work in Newham I worked for many years in the voluntary sector: at London Lighthouse in Ladbrook Grove, coordinating volunteer support for people with HIV/AIDS living independently in the community, and at The Red Admiral Project, a dedicated counselling centre for all those affected by HIV/AIDS, at the time, in Earls Court.

Before retraining I had a successful career in IT and worked as a systems analyst and software engineer for large blue-chip companies in London. I continue to keep abreast of developments in IT and technology.

Training, accreditation and memberships

Following counselling training I began my psychotherapy training in 1995 at the Metanoia Institute in West London where I was awarded my Diploma in Gestalt Psychotherapy in 2001. At the same time I graduated from the University of Middlesex with a Masters degree in Gestalt Psychotherapy. I was awarded a post-graduate level Diploma in Clinical Supervision by the Whittington Hospital School of Counselling & Psychotherapy in 2000. I am a Graduate Member of the Gestalt Psychotherapy and Training Institute (GPTI) and registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), both as a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor. I am a member of the Irish Forum for Counselling & Psychotherapy and an Accredited Member of The Balint Society.

I continue to attend my own on-going, regular supervision with senior colleagues and maintain and develop my practice through various activities broadly described by the term Continuing Professional Development.