Holly Taylor CounsellingLondon Bridge, Near Borough Market
South East London

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Have you been thinking about therapy?

I am a BACP accredited therapist working at London Bridge. I have daytime spaces available. 


Counsellor in South East London with immediate availability at London Bridge.

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Some thoughts on counselling

Therapy can offer a weekly calm reflection space to explore how you are and where you are.

There might be any number of reasons why you are thinking about having therapy. Perhaps you are struggling within a relationship or with the loss of one. Perhaps life has become lacking in joy or spontaneity. Or you need to face some particularly difficult event experienced in adult life or in childhood and want to explore its impact without fear of judgement, isolation or blame. You may not be clear about what you need but you are interested to know what a therapeutic space can offer. Perhaps you feel or a loved one you live with feels depressed or anxious, low or suffering from stress. Usually talking about this can really help to clarify the reasons and to experiment with change. Many people are struggling with difficult thoughts as a result of a changing climate and what this means for our future lives. This eco-anxiety can manifest as fear, loss and grief and can often feel like something we cannot speak of.

What is well-documented is the richness of the relationship between client and therapist. In my therapeutic training this relationship is one of equality and respectfulness, under-pinned by the desire to explore together the richness and complexity of our human experience whilst also taking account of the environmental and social contexts in which we are 'doing therapy'.

Since qualifying as a counsellor in 2016, I have worked with a great many clients bringing with them many different problems. It is impossible to list them all but it might be helpful to mention some. They include;


  • Depression
  • Feeling stuck
  • Relationships
  • Transitions and life change including parenthood, separation and menopause
  • Anxiety
  • Grief and loss including climate distress and eco-anxiety
  • Work related issues
  • Irritability or low mood
  • Post natal anxieties

My work as a therapist for specific sectors has included peri-natal and post-natal low mood and distress and parenting and family concerns. I continue to expand my experience and knowledge and to seek to enhance my therapeutic practice with continual professional development activities. I am climate aware and a member of the Climate Psychology Alliance. This means I am interested in how the climate emergency is shaping all our lives and the impact this is having on our minds and idea about the future. I welcome climate aware conversations and am actively engaged in my own journey with this.

I work pre-dominantly in-person for part of the week in London Bridge only 5 minutes from London Bridge Station and Borough Market. If you are interested, please contact me via the form on the last page of this website to discuss making an initial appointment. This is by far the best way to contact me as I can rarely answer the phone during the day. We can then schedule a brief call if you would like that. 


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