Our therapy rooms are centrally located in W1, SE1, EC2 and E14. Get directions below. 

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Harley Street, Westminster, Central London · W1G 9QD / W1G 9PG

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No. 1-7 and no. 12 Harley Street are based on the south end of Harley Street - near to John Lewis on Oxford Street, by the corner of Wigmore Street and Cavendish Square.  

Waiting areas at no. 1-7: 9am to 5.30pm weekdays, and no. 12: 9am to 7pm. See details on the Harley Street Counselling Practices.

Liverpool Street, Bishopsgate, City of London · EC2M 4NS

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2-8 Victoria Avenue (Longcroft House) is located in the heart of the City of London, opposite Liverpool Street Station. It is close to Bank, Aldgate, Moorgate and Broadgate.

Waiting area open: 9am to 5.30pm, weekdays. See full details on the City of London Counselling Practice.

London Bridge, London · SE1 9RS

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8 Saint Thomas Street is a stone's throw away from London Bridge Station and a short distance from the Shard. 

Waiting area open: 9am to 5pm, weekdays. See full details on the London Bridge Counselling Practice.

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