Welcome to the Cavendish Psychotherapy Practice. We offer face to face psychotherapy consultations in our Harley Street clinic, we also work online, via Skype or FaceTime. We can also do telephone appointments.
We are a medium sized practice with three highly-trained and experienced psychotherapists, offering discreet, professional help to those needing to talk about a wide range of personal, emotional and mental health issues. Some of the most common difficulties we work with include anxiety, depression, sexual difficulties, eating disorder, addiction, and couples and relationship problems.
What is Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is a talking therapy which involves a dialogue with a trained therapist about issues affecting one’s emotional life or mental health. The aim is to understand the underlying causes of the difficulties experienced and to help relieve the symptoms of distress.
Therapy in Harley Street – A centre of excellence
The Cavendish Psychotherapy Practice was established ten years ago and is based in central London, on Harley Street W1 – at the centre of London’s district for medical excellence. Medical practitioners in the area require a special licence which goes towards supporting its world class reputation. The choice of a Harley Street practitioner is a guarantee of high professional standards. Our practice in Harley Street is located just a few minutes’ walk from Regent’s Park, Baker Street, and Great Portland Street Underground Stations.
- Rebecca Barrie: UKCP member. Post Graduate Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling. Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapy.
- Rebecca Eyre: UKCP, BACP, BPS member. BA Hons Psychology and Philosophy. Masters in Psychotherapy. Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapy.
- Jessica Sinclair: UKCP, BACP member. Masters in Psychotherapy. Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapy.
Our therapists are here to help you. Please contact us to set up an initial consultation by email or phone. If we don’t pick the phone up immediately, please do leave a message and we will respond within a few hours. Self-referrals for therapy or counselling are welcome, or you may be also be referred by your GP, psychiatrist or other health care provider.
Maybe with our help you can begin to bear what you think unbearable…