Jennifer Cawley Integrative therapist , WC1E

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How does therapy work?
Coming from a background as an editor and writer, I see therapy as a way to better understand the narratives of our lives and the stories we believe about ourselves. These may have been created as a result of earlier experiences, the society and culture we live in, or any other reason we're yet to discover.

Therapy is a chance to explore your narrative in a confidential and professional space. Sometimes it's a case of reclaiming your story, perhaps after a shock event, sometimes it's about redefining your story if life feels like it has drifted off course. Either way, therapy can help you become the author again, able to confront whatever problems you have with self-belief and feel confident about your future.

Ultimately, I believe that as a client, you have all the answers and resources within you – my role is to help you bring them to light.

How do I work?
As an integrative counsellor and therapist, I draw on a range of psychotherapy models to create a style that suits you.

I'm based in the Harley Street District and Bloomsbury in central London, and I can also arrange to work on site within corporate organisations. We can work on an open-ended basis or agree to a specific number of sessions.

My experience
I've worked with clients from a diverse range of ages, cultures, sexualities and religious beliefs on issues including:

Anxiety and depression
Relationship difficulties
Career difficulties
Loss & bereavement
Panic attacks
Anger management
Domestic abuse
Eating disorders
Addiction (sex/love, drugs, food)
Suicidal thoughts

Written work
I regularly contribute to Vitality magazine on issues surrounding mental health []

I have also written for the e-journal Contemporary Psychotherapy about my own experience of therapy as a client and how this influenced my early training as a therapist.

Training and qualifications

Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapy – The Minster Centre, London.

Postgraduate Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy & Counselling – The Minster Centre, London.

Additional training

CBT skills
Eating Disorders
Self-harm and suicide
Childhood sexual abuse
Death & bereavement
Gender & Sexual Diversity

My first degree is in English Literature (BA 2:1) from the University of Durham.

BACP registered (No 764958)


Please contact me directly to discuss fees.


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