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.

> Rita Edah

Rita Edah

Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, guilt or shame? Do you feel isolated because of a breakdown in family relationships, separation or divorce, betrayal by friends or estrangement from community? Do you need to recover from the impact of domestic abuse? Are you suffering from post traumatic stress? Perhaps...
> Jane Edwards

Jane Edwards

  I am a psychotherapist and supervisor trained to Masters level in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling to work with a range of issues and problems including: •Depression and anxiety •Abuse - sexual, emotional, physical •Family & relationship problems •Transitions & loss &nda...
> Chris Eggleton

Chris Eggleton

Welcome to my page. I have worked with clients since 2003 as a BACP accredited Integrative counsellor in the NHS and private practice to successfully address a wide variety of emotional and psychological issues including the challenges of depression, anxiety, abuse, low self-esteem, loss, grief, drugs and alcohol. As...
> Abigael Eldred

Abigael Eldred

I am passionate about helping others "be the best they can be" and positive mental health is a significant part of this. My working roles for the last 20 years have enabled me to meet with many people who feel they are unable to reach their potential and so they have used therapy in order to manage and overcome feeling...
> Heidi Ellis

Heidi Ellis

'The first step to making change is deciding that you no longer want to be where you are.'  People are drawn to counselling for many different reasons. Life can often be challenging, and can leave you feeling alone and not knowing where you can go to be heard, understood or supported. This in turn can leave you f...
> Louise Ennis

Louise Ennis

Engaging in a therapeutic relationship can help us to make sense of those thoughts and feelings that are causing distress. I can support you to lead a more fulfilling life, by providing a safe and confidential space for you to explore difficult feelings and personal information, a place where you feel listened to, whe...
> Antonia Epton

Antonia Epton

I am an experienced psychotherapist working in Chancery Lane and West London and see a broad range of people who bring many different issues they wish to explore. I provide a safe, confidential setting where you can talk freely about the issues that may be troubling you. Through regular weekly sessions, I aim to work ...
> Richard Evans-Lacey

Richard Evans-Lacey

I've been working as a psychological coach since 2002 and have been qualified as a psychotherapist since 2008. I started off life as an engineering graduate working in management consultancy. I was inspired to become a therapist when, as a client, I experienced the power of a form of regression therapy for a traumat...
> Keith Ewing

Keith Ewing

Whether you are really struggling with life or have an underlying feeling that you could be more connected with yourself and those around you, counselling can create the space you need to move forward. I am a BACP and UKCP registered integrative and Internal Family Systems psychotherapist and work with a wide range of ...
> Angela Eyre

Angela Eyre

I have an extremely holistic approach to problems often people face.  Loss, stress anxiety depression together with bereavement, health and relationship issues if you are looking for another way to get clarity then please get in touch. I am a therapist who is person centred, a Reiki master and mindful compassion p...