Services we provide
Private therapy for your mental wellbeing
St Andrew’s Therapy is a specialist provider of mental health assessment, diagnosis, counselling and talking therapy services, with clinics based in London and Northampton.
We can help you to overcome difficult periods in your life, supporting you to understand the thoughts, feelings and behaviours you may be experiencing and the effects these are having on your day-to-day activities - you may be finding it difficult to sleep, constantly on edge, or increasingly forgetful. We support people every day, providing discrete and confidential therapy to help you overcome periods of depression, stress, anxiety and other common mental health problems.
Speak to us today and we’ll invite you to meet one of our highly qualified psychiatrists or psychologists who will help you to manage and improve your mental health and wellbeing. This may involve working with you to develop coping skills through talking therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and mindfulness.
We understand that seeking help can feel like a big step, but one phone call to us could help make all the difference to the way you are feeling.
Counselling and therapy, delivered by a qualified therapist, psychiatrist or psychologist can help with the following issues:
• Mood swings
• Work-related problems
• Sleeping difficulties
• Panic attacks
• Low self-esteem
• Relationship difficulties
• Anger management
• Memory problems
• Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
• Eating problems
• Alcohol, drugs and other addictions
• Identity issues
• Sexual problems
• Coming to terms with chronic illness
• Trauma, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
• Adolescent issues
• Autistic spectrum disorder (ASD)
• Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
We aim to arrange your first appointment with your therapist within one week.
98% of people recognised that they have a better understanding of their mental health problem after therapy.
97% of people would recommend our therapy clinic to others.
88% of people felt that they could deal with their mental health problem in the future following therapy.