Find a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist

 

CORONAVIRUS - IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Due to the current crisis related to coronavirus the LPPS is considering different possibilities for providing clinical services.  We continue to respond to inquiries and to arrange consultations for psychoanalytic psychotherapy.  However, there may be a delay in arranging a consultation, but if you wish to wait, your consultation can be postponed.  In the interim period we are also exploring the options for remote consultations.  You can get more information by calling our referrals therapist.

We will update our website as the situation develops.

For more general information about coronavirus and its development please visit:
https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response

The London Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Service

We offer a personal service to find a suitable psychoanalytic psychotherapist. Here’s how the process works:

  1. Call us to speak to our Referral Therapist, or fill out our contact form and our Referral Therapist will contact you. After an initial conversation about your reason for seeking psychotherapy, a consultation will be arranged.
  2. In your psychotherapy consultation you can discuss the issues in detail. The psychotherapist will assess your situation and, if agreed, refer you to a psychotherapist for ongoing sessions. The consultation ensures you have time and space to think about how to proceed. The consultation will last up to 1½ hours and the fee is £100.

LPPS adheres to the data protection principles of GDPR.

Next Steps

Phone or email our Referral Therapist who will respond promptly to your enquiry:
07808 800 977 or 020 3189 1355

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It is always possible to bind together a considerable number of people in love, so long as there are other people left over to receive manifestations of their aggressiveness

Freud, Civilisation and Its Discontents