Jo CarloweIntegrative therapist
I'm Jo, an integrative therapist, which means I support you using a blend of modern therapeutic and more traditional approaches.
I provide a welcoming, safe space to explore personal difficulties and navigate life’s transitions. People see me for many reasons. It may be to tackle a specific problem or to become less overwhelmed in the face of challenge, uncertainty or change.
Often, anxiety is the starting point for therapy, be it worries around relationships, work, low self-esteem, identity issues, or a sense of not feeling at home in the world.
For others, it is not about feeling too much, but rather feeling too little and therapy provides a chance to explore how this might change.
I offer therapy from a beautiful, calming consulting room in North London, or you can see me online.
As well as running a private practice, I am a counsellor at a reduced fee therapy service in central London, and the regular podcast host for the Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health’s ‘In Conversation’ series, where I meet leading mental health experts to learn about their clinical work and the latest in evidence-based research.
I have also worked as a volunteer counsellor for Mind.
I work with adults on both a short-term and open-ended basis.
Adults of all ages, backgrounds, cultures, sexuality and gender identity are welcome.
OnlineI also provide my services online.
Issues often worked with
Types of therapy
The initial consultation is discounted at £50 and lasts 50 minutes. This is a chance to discuss why you are seeking therapy and to see if I feel right for you.
Ongoing sessions are from £75. Sessions take place at the same time each week and last 50 minutes.
I also provide a limited number of low-cost spaces for clients on restricted incomes.
Training and qualifications
My qualification is a four-year BACP accredited Diploma in Integrative Counselling from the Minster Centre in London, one of the most respected therapy training institutions in the UK.
I also have a BA Hons in Psychology, and I am in my final year of a Masters in Integrative Psychotherapy (Middlesex University).
I work according to the BACP's Ethical Framework.