We use rooms in several, lovely clinics in London; West (Ealing), North East (South Woodford), Central (Liverpool St, Wimpole St, Shoreditch and St. John’s Wood) and South (Forest Hill and Croydon).
11 The Shrubberies
A lovely clinic, with easy access to and from the North Circular, M11 and junction 26 of the M25. Ample parking is available. Using public transport, the clinic is within walking distance of South Woodford Tube Station (central line) and Bus numbers W12, W13, W14 and 179 stop directly in front of Lily House.
85 Wimpole st,
We use rooms at The House, which is located in the Harley Street district. It is a beautiful building a few doors up from the Royal Society of Medicine. It is a 4 minutes walk from Bond Street station and Oxford Circus, with Baker Street just 12 minutes away.
At the junction of Wimpole Street and Wigmore Street you’ll see a Pret a Manger. We’re on the other side of the road, about three doors up.
Dr Manus Moynihan uses rooms in this lovely building and offers CBT, psychodynamic and compassion based therapies with adults, children and families experiencing a range of difficulties such as anxiety, depression, OCD, phobias, adjustment and stress.
AddressTherapy Rooms London
This clinic is situated in central-east London. Although the clinic is located within a busy area, it is tucked away in a cul de sac, which provides privacy and quiet for your sessions. We aim to provide a calm and safe place for our clients to get the most out of therapy.
The clinic is conveniently located a one minute walk from Liverpool Street station, which is served by both overground and underground (central, circle, hammersmith & city and metropolitan) lines.
Address225 Shoreditch High Street,
This lovely clinic is just north of the Thames, situated in Shoreditch.
The clinic is a short walk from Shoreditch High Street, Old Street and Liverpool St underground stations.
Address3 Montpelier Avenue
We use rooms at the NAOS clinic in West London, which is set in the peaceful residential area of Ealing on Montpelier Avenue. The therapy rooms offer a quiet confidential space in which to experience therapy, reflect, process, learn and grow.
The clinic is a short walk of 10-15 minutes from Ealing Broadway train and tube station that is served by both the central line and district line. There is also free parking on the street and in the private car park of the practice. More information on how to get here can be found on the NAOS website.
Dr Nicole Stokoe, Dr Andrea Papitsch-Clark, and Dr Mark Groves work in this clinic and are registered HCPC therapists. All are experienced in working with mental and physical health conditions and offer a range of therapies including CBT, DBT, and CAT. We can also offer Autism Assessments in this clinic.
Address58-72 Dalmain Rd,
Address218 Brighton Rd,
Situated in Caulsden, this clinic is within easy access of the M25 and A23. It is a short walk from Caulsden South and Caulsden Town train stations.
Address2nd Floor, Outpatients Department
Platinum Medical Centre
15-17 Lodge Road
This clinic is in central London, next to Regent’s Park. Part of a medical centre, it offers a quiet space for therapy and a serviced reception area.
It is within walking distance of St John’s Wood and Baker Street Tube stations. There are regular bus services. Parking is available in well-lit NCP car parks.