The therapists and counsellors listed here are members of welldoing. You can search them by their surnames, listed alphabetically. You can use the questionnaire to find the therapist whose expertise is best suited to you. You can also search by your postcode to find a counsellor near your work or home. All our members are fully trained professionals, and members of the most highly-rated membership organisations.

> Deborah Warman-Freed

Deborah Warman-Freed

Hello. I am a UKCP and BACP registered, well-qualified, experienced and friendly psychotherapist and counsellor. I work from comfortable therapy rooms in Hove in East Sussex and Victoria in central London.  I work with individual adults of all ages, although I don't offer couples therapy. Since you're reading thi...
> Sally Warren

Sally Warren

I try to make my clients feel better by helping them to identify the underlying reasons for their unhappiness or stuck-ness....
>Dr Jay Watts

Dr Jay Watts

Hello! My name is Jay, and I am a Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist and academic. I do lots of different things like write about mental health for national newspapers, activism and teaching. My main focus, though, is my clinical work with individuals and couples. I have my geeky side, so I have done loads of diffe...
> Paul Weeden

Paul Weeden

The main focus of my work is helping my clients to understand themselves better and then make use of that understanding and awareness to make positive changes. I believe that every individual is unique and special in their own way, and my integrative training embraces this. I invite you to guide me to the areas of you...
> Becky Wells

Becky Wells

I help people heal themselves. There is no limit to your emotional wellbeing. Free initial consultation. I can work via Skype etc anywhere in the world.  Thanks for reading....
> Suz West

Suz West

I offer counselling from a safe therapeutic room in Harborne Birmingham. Making the decision to enter into counselling can be a hard one and finding the right counsellor is important. I am a qualified counsellor and work in a Person Centered way I believe that everybody is an individual and that you are the expert on y...
> Frances Weston

Frances Weston

Frances is accredited by the BACP and adheres to their code of Ethics and Practice. She is also a senior accredited member of the NCP (National Council of Psychotherapists); a founding member of the Coaching Division of the BACP; a member of BAPT (British Association of Play Therapists) and AAMET (Association of Meridi...
> Meriel Whale

Meriel Whale

My journey to being a therapist began when I became childless not by choice, and found it hard to get fully empathic support from someone who got it. I was determined to be able to provide support for other men and women in the same situation as me. I work in a way that is compassionate, empathic, accepting and practi...
> Elizabeth White

Elizabeth White

I qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 2007 from the University of Hertfordshire. During my training I worked with clients across the lifespan in various settings, mainly using cognitive behaviour therapy. My training also included a year-long work placement with adults at the Tavistock Clinic, London where I gained...
> Suzanne Whitehouse

Suzanne Whitehouse

At times life can feel like a struggle and can make us feel stressed, anxious or depressed.  Often these feelings will impact on many different aspects of our lives, for example our relationships, work or simply our ability to enjoy things.  It may be that we understand why such feelings have arisen - perhaps...
> Roger Whitton

Roger Whitton

I'm a Registered BACP Accredited Counsellor, working with Individuals and Couples. People that I work with often have difficulties in Relationships, Low self-esteem, Depression, Abuse, Bereavement and Losses, particularly issues arising from childhood. I offer a compassionate and confidential therapeutic relationship t...
> Becky Williams

Becky Williams

I originally trained in the Humanistic tradition but now work as a psychotherapist in an integrative way. I'm a fully registered member of the UKCP. I draw on theory from relational transactional analysis, person-centred therapy, existential therapy and some psychodynamic ideas.I believe each one of us is a unique hum...
> Shelley Williams

Shelley Williams

My approach as a psychodynamic psychotherapist is warm, relational and non-judgmental, offering a safe, confidential space to talk, explore and begin to make sense through developing a deeper understanding of yourself in relation to others and the world around you. You may want to talk about what is currently happening...
> Luke Williams

Luke Williams

I am a registered psychotherapist with the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). I offer an empathic, non-judgemental environment that allows you to explore the areas of your life and yourself you feel need attention. I work in a holistic way that helps you deepen your understanding,  acceptance and confidence&nbsp...
> Adrian Wilson-Smith

Adrian Wilson-Smith

Is your relationship or marriage in the middle of a crisis or heading that way? Most of my work is in helping to save relationships ravaged by a variety of issues.  My greatest skill is in listening to you, and helping you to understand yourself and your relationships in a way that suits you and the context. To...
> Charlotte Wong

Charlotte Wong

Charlotte Wong BA(Hons), PgDip, MBACP I am a qualified counsellor providing short and long term therapy to individuals in London Bridge and Wimbledon. I offer an unbiased, caring and respectful place where you can bring what you would like to share – a protected space where you are welcome to be yourself an...
> Claire Wood

Claire Wood

Hi, I am Claire. I am a counsellor with over ten years experience and  I aim to help you talk openly about the problems you are having which have brought you to counselling. I use an integrative approach which means I have been trained to include a variety of therapy models which I like as it helps me to be fle...
> Simon Woodward

Simon Woodward

Sometimes it can be a challenge to find the words to express how we feel.  Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy where the art is the main way of communicating. It may be that the art does most of the ‘talking’ or it could be that your art provides a starting point to get a dialogue going. At certain times in ...
> Tricia Woolfrey

Tricia Woolfrey

So, what is keeping you up at night?  Whatever it is, I have developed a powerful and unique approach to achieving transformational change.  My five pillars approach includes the psychological, emotional, physical, lifestyle and spiritual (having purpose and meaning in your life) aspects.  This helps to ...
> Katharine Wray

Katharine Wray

How could counselling and psychotherapy help you?Therapy offers a safe, confidential, empathetic and non judgemental space in which to explore difficult, painful and/or confusing feelings. This is where you will be listened to, helped to untangle your feelings, encouraged and enabled to underst...
> Julianne Wren

Julianne Wren

I primarily work with young adults, adolescents, children and families and help them to understand and cope with a range of experiences related to: anxiety, depression, relationships, transitions and other life stresses.  I also specialise in working with Eating Disorders and have had extensive training and experi...