Our Buckinghamshire clinic can be found in Fennels Lodge, in the village of Loudwater, on the outskirts of High Wycombe. It is just off the M40 and accessible by bus.
St Peters Close
Dr Amy Stewart holds her clinic here and has a wealth of experience working with children, families, couples and adults experiencing and adjusting to mental health difficulties, neurodivergence and chronic health conditions. She also offers consultations to schools and Universities.
The therapy room belongs to the Chiltern Clinic, where a number of professionals from different backgrounds practice. The clinic itself is located on the ground floor of Fennels Lodge and has access to toilet facilities. There is no waiting area at this site.
Getting to Fennels Lodge-
By car: Fennels Lodge offers several free parking spaces, labelled “Chiltern Clinic”. There is also free, on street parking on Kingsmead Road which Fennels Lodge is situated adjacent to. It is a 5 minute drive from exit 3 of the M40 (High Wycombe East), or 10 minutes from exit 4 (High Wycombe, Marlow, Maidenhead).
By public transport: The nearest train stations to Fennels Lodge are High Wycombe and Beaconsfield (which are roughly 25 minutes from London Marylebone). From High Wycombe you can catch the X74 bus towards Slough or the 102 to Uxbridge, getting off at Loudwater Papermill. From Beaconsfield you can catch the 102, 103 or 104 towards High Wycombe, again getting off at Loudwater Papermill.