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What Is Therapy?

When someone feels overwhelmed and cannot cope because they are in distress and cannot cope with overwhelming emotions and thoughts, it totally begins to affect their life with their family and friends. Nothing they say or do seems to help them get any better. In the end, people can end up isolating themselves from those that love and care about them. They end up having difficulties with their friends, family, and school. They often feel that very few people understand them.


A therapist is someone who is clinically trained to understand how someone is emotionally affected by everything that is going on around, and inside of them. Not only do they have an understanding of what is going on with you, but they can help you to reduce the stress responses so that you can adapt your emotional intelligence to manage the stress that you are going through and will have to deal with in life.

Source: NHS England & Wales

How we can help

We formulate individualised treatment plans for a wide variety of conditions to help you achieve personal and emotional adjustment. Our work helps:


  • Improve young people’s mental health and wellbeing
  • Improve self-management and awareness
  • Manage risk and harmful choices
  • Build self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Reduces youth crime (Address Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE)


We are more than happy to have a chat if you have any questions about our therapy and counselling services.

Teen Therapy London


Where can I be treated?

We are extending and improving our services. Many of our clients are referred to us and can now ask their referrer to provide a local therapy room. We strive to make therapy more accessible, so no matter where you are, we will provide a therapist.

How many sessions will I need?

In truth, as many as it takes, but we will start you off with 12 sessions.

  • You or someone will fill in a referral form.
  • You will then come for an assessment to get a hand on what you need and how we can help.
  • You will then attend all 12 sessions as you or someone will be paying for all of them.
  • You or someone can or will pay for all 12 sessions one at a time or if you pay in advance, you will get a 10% discount.

How much will it cost?

  • Unemployed counselling session fee - £20 per session
  • Employed counselling session fee  - £25 per session
  • (Advance payment) 12 Counselling Sessions for employed - £330.

What are the low income fees?

Unwaged/Unemployed/Low Income(with proof) - £120 for all 12 sessions.


You are saving and getting a £380 discount off the national price for counselling.


Pay upfront for all 12 sessions and get it for £100 instead of the national cost of £500. This will save you 80% off the national cost for counselling for an unemployed/ unwaged/ low-income person.

What's the cancellation policy?

If you cancel your booked sessions, the costs still have to be covered. You will have to pay for all of your booked sessions whether you attend or miss them.


Integrative Therapy

Integrative counsellors know that there is not just one way to give someone treatment, that people are unique, and that there is a combination of treatments that can be used to treat simple to complex personal emotional, and psychological challenges.

Adverse Childhood Experiences

When children are exposed to a positive environment, their emotional intelligence increases. When children are exposed to a toxic environment, they feel vulnerable and their emotional intelligence decreases.

Chronic Toxic Stress

Stress is not only emotionally uncomfortable but in children, it causes psychosomatic trauma.

Psychosomatic Trauma

Psychosomatic trauma causes harm to the development of a child's

  • brain
  • nervous system
  • hormonal system
  • autoimmune system

Allostastis Functioning

All this causes poor self-healing, poor allostasis functioning which causes wear and tear on the wellbeing of the child. This will expose them to clinically diagnosed and undiagnosed conditions.

Emotional Dysregulation

  • Higher risk to mental health and emotional dysregulation challenges
    • depression
    • suicidal thoughts
    • self-harming
    • anxiety
    • trauma
    • obsession and compulsion disorders
    • anger management
    • sleeping disorders
    • phobias
    • eating disorders
    • complex post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Higher risk of cancer
  • Higher risk to chronic long term immune system illness
  • Higher risk to drug and alcohol abuse
  • Higher risk of causing harm to society, to causing harm to others or themselves
  • Higher risk of diabetes
  • Higher risk of heart disease
  • Higher risk to poor long term decision making about doing right from wrong
  • Higher risk of developing poor educational outcomes
  • Higher risk of being excommunicated from the school education system
  • Higher risk of not finishing school or starting college or university
  • Higher risk to poor family and lifestyle choices
  • Higher risk of getting a sexually transmitted disease
  • Higher risk of getting pregnant or getting someone under 18 pregnant
  • Higher risk to poor career choices
  • Higher risk of being in long term unemployment
  • Higher risk of being homeless
  • Higher risk of committing imprisonable offenses


All of the above without a clinical intervention will go onto affecting the child even into their adult life.


Source: Public Health Wales and CPH, John Moore’s University 2016