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.

>Dr Asuka Yamashina

Dr Asuka Yamashina

I offer long-term or short-term psychotherapy for individuals and couples, in English and Japanese. I have practiced psychotherapy and counselling since 2006 with a wide variety of clients in the NHS, charities such as Mind, university counselling service and a secondary school as well ...
> Helen Yates

Helen Yates

I work with the presenting issues. Linking it with the past history of the person's biography. The idea of the body /mind influences is part of this whole process of understanding. How we think about ourselves is also what we experience in our world. Self esteem is experienced in what we believe and think about oursel...
> Gilead Yeffett

Gilead Yeffett

Hi. I am Gilead, I am a couple and individual psychotherapist and psychosexual therapist. I help couples and individuals to develop a greater capacity for interpersonal, emotional, sexual and physical intimacy and autonomy.  I specialise in working with aggression, violence, affairs, intimacy and sexual issue...
> Kate Young

Kate Young

Group Analyst and DBT counsellor Working within the NHS as a Specialist Clinician for over 25 years I specialise in individuals and groups as a means of approaching and addressing current issues for clients and exploring past trauma Child Sex Abuse- Self Harm -Addiction -Personality Disorder-Anxiety -Depression-G...
> Greg Young

Greg Young

I believe wholeheartedly in the effectiveness of talk therapy. The science behind the brain chemistry of the human brain and how it affects our behaviours is noteworthy and interesting. However, it is only part of the story. The use of anti-depressants, and anti-psychotic drugs in more severe cases, can help some ...