Relationship and Marriage therapy in Central London. Harley Street and Wimpole Street, London W1 and Snow Hill Court, London EC1
NICOLA COOMBS MBACP (Accred)
Relationship and Marriage Therapist.
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Accredited Counsellor.
BACP registered member of the Accredited Voluntary Register (AVR) operated by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA)
Couple Counselling and Therapy
Are you feeling that your relationship or marriage is in crisis?
Couples, and individuals in a couple relationship, come for counselling for many reasons. They may be experiencing a change in their life, separation or divorce, infidelity, redundancy, the birth of a child, cultural differences, illness or infertility. These changes can often make communication seem very difficult. It may feel challenging to find a way forward. Sometimes couples feel very trapped and unable to adapt to these changes, they feel in crisis.
In my experience however this can also be a time of movement and greater understanding. Together, in the course of the therapy, we can explore these possibilities for change in a supportive and confidential environment.
We will look at the present difficulties and explore them, and also look at how past relationship experiences may be affecting what is happening at the moment, allowing you to better understand your behaviour in the here and now, thus opening the door for possible change.
Location and Contact
10 HARLEY STREET
85 WIMPOLE STREET
THE HOUSE ON SNOW HILL
1 SNOW HILL COURT
Complete safety and confidentiality is assured.
Appointment times are flexible, Monday to Friday.The last evening appointment ends at 9pm.
Visa, MasterCard, Maestro and American Express accepted.
CITY AND CENTRAL LONDON LOCATIONS
10 Harley Street and 85 Wimpole Street are located close to Oxford Circus and Bond Street underground stations.
1 Snow Hill Court is close to Farringdon and St Paul's stations, also to City Thames Link overground.
Please telephone 07970 600079 to make an appointment or to ask any questions that you may have.
You can also e mail firstname.lastname@example.org