When the crisis is over I can invite you to my consulting room in the centre of Wimbledon. Until then we can connect online, using Skype, VSee or Zoom.
When we are allowed to meet face to face, you will find my counselling room near the New Wimbledon Theatre, SW19. Public transport links are brilliant, with trains, tubes, buses and a tram connection. If you prefer to drive, I can offer off-street parking. I will tell you my address when we book a session and if you want, I can advise you on the easiest route here.
Wimbledon mainline train station is just 6 minutes walk away. There you can find South West, South East, Thameslink and Southern trains.
The District Line operates out of Wimbledon mainline station.
The Northern Line (South Wimbledon) is a 12 minutes walk or catch a bus just outside the station (to the right of the exit).
Wimbledon is well served by buses, including the 93, 57, 131, 156 and 164. The best bus stop to alight are at The New Wimbledon Theatre or at Centre Court Shopping Centre.
Tramlink between Wimbledon and Croydon is Line 3.
As no-one can travel to SW19, we can work together on Skype, Zoom or VSee within the UK and Europe.
If you prefer to have counselling by phone, that is easy. We will just set a day and time to suit you.
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My extensive, real-world life experience has proven invaluable when working with clients. I have five years’ experience working with people with mental health and physical disabilities and two years counselling within the NHS.
Normally I work from a quiet room in Wimbledon, but during the Coronavirus crisis I’ll be online, so you can connect with me by Skype, VSee or Zoom.
I will listen with empathy and without judgement. You can talk about whatever is bothering you. I will help you make sense of what is going on and together we can move gently towards learning, healing and growth.