Established in 2006, and well-known as London's premium therapy providers, our exceptional practitioners specialise in short and long-term counselling, psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy for a range of issues, from day-to-day worries to complex psychological conditions.
Our therapy rooms are in Harley Street - the world-renowned centre of medical excellence. We have additional clinics in London Bridge, and the City of London. We also run Harley Therapy Platform with therapists practising from their own rooms UK-wide.
What you get at Harley Therapy
Therapists have a minimum of 7 years experience, are accredited and insured to practice privately.
Therapists have met rigorous selection criteria and are vetted to ensure you receive the best support.
Not satisfied with your first consultation? Try a meeting with another therapist free of charge.
The hand-selected practitioners are considered to be the best therapists in the country. They have trained in the UK’s most respected counselling institutions with years of experience in the NHS, private and charitable sectors in and around London. They are registered with:
How it works
We offer availability with highly experienced therapists suited to your needs and book the appointment for you.
Meet the practitioner and begin the road to self-improvement. Have any concerns? Let us know so we can assist.
What is Counselling and Psychotherapy?
The different terms seem confusing, but they all refer to the process of meeting with a trained professional to help you manage personal issues. We will connect you with the right expert who is most suited to help.
A Counsellor has training in counselling theory and skills, and usually conducts short to medium-term work.
A Psychotherapist is also trained in counselling skills and theory, but generally works in greater depth. Psychotherapy is therefore medium to long-term.
A Counselling/Clinical Psychologist has similar training to a psychotherapist, but also holds a degree in Psychology.
A Psychiatrist is a medically-trained professional who offers diagnostic assessment and a treatment plan which may include medication and/or a referral for therapy.