8 St Thomas Street, London Bridge
London, SE1 9RR, United Kingdom


Appointments are currently offered:

Monday: 18.00 - 21.00
Tuesday: 18.00 - 21.00

(Monday - Saturday appointments are offered from our Covent Garden venue)


Individual Counselling & Psychotherapy


Our office in London Bridge, is centrally located between the West End, Westminster, the South Bank, the city and Canary Wharf. Situated on the corner of St. Thomas Street and Borough High Street, we can be found just a short walk from London Bridge Station, providing connections to the Jubilee Line, Northern line and overland rail services.

London Bridge - Jubilee & Northern Line (3 minute walk)

London Bridge Station (3 minute walk)

London Bridge Borough High Street (Stop M) (3 minute walk)
Bus routes: 17, 21, 35, 40, 43, 47, 48, 133, 141, 149, 344


London Bridge Team

Below some of our health care practitioners currently working from our London Bridge site


Richard is a family therapist primarily working with couples and families. The typical human life cycle includes many challenging phases including (for example); dating, break ups and singleness, partnering and marriage, having children or not, raising teens, letting go, loss and illness, divorce, middle and older age, retirement and death. Each phase requires significant adjustments. If we fail to adjust and adapt at every twist and turn in life, significant difficulties may arise for ourselves and those closest to us. Richard offers assistance in looking at these challenges, within the context of family, to help you make the most of your life and relationships. Many of life's challenges come in the form of relationship difficulties and these tricky relationships can be understood and adjusted, often in conversation with the significant others. 

If for any reason Richard can not see you himself he will endeavour to make the best recommendation he can to other competent colleagues within the London area.

Richard's qualifications and registrations include: MSc in family therapy, Dip integrative counselling, Cert sex therapy, Cert counselling supervision. Member of the Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice, the Association of Christian Counsellors, the Institute of Family Therapy, and the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. Richard also has a private practice in south London.


Elke values that everybody is unique and therefore tailors her approach to address her client's issues, big or small, which may cause them difficulties or distress. Being trained in an integrative way (Diploma level 5) she uses different techniques and approaches to look at the past, present or future to help her client get better or achieve their goals. Depending on the issues, this can be brief solution focused or can entail deeper and longer work.
Elke provides a warm, trusting and non-judgemental space where a client can feel safe and open to explore their issues. She believes that counselling is team work and by coming alongside each other and being compassionately curious we can find solutions together.
Elke's clinical experience includes working with offenders, students, people working in the city, as well as working on a suicide prevention hotline. She has worked with issues like anxiety, depression, loss and bereavement, suicide, sexual, physical, emotional abuse and neglect, bullying, addictions, perfectionism, low self esteem, life change, stress related issues, age specific issues and career problems.

Elke has previously worked in various areas from photography to marketing, fundraising and digital production, both in private and third sector and speaks English and German. She is a member of BACP and ACC, currently working towards accreditation.


Joanna is a qualified Integrative Counsellor, meaning she draws on different therapies and skills to counsel her clients. It also enables her to tailor her approach to the specific needs of each individual’s situation. Joanna takes great pleasure in helping the restoration of people towards a future they want, to regain positivity and to reduce stress or worry. She provides a calming space where people can feel at ease and open up about their concerns and problems.

Joanna works with adults of all faiths or none. In her current job as a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner she specialises in delivering interventions for anxiety and low mood. Joanna has previously worked in a variety of mental health settings including community NHS CAMHS, a child sexual exploitation service and in mental health hospital based environments.

Joanna is a registered qualified counsellor and a member of the Association of Christian Counsellors. She is currently working towards accreditation.