Thank you for visiting this website feel free to make contact, asked a question or book an appointment with the information provided.
Appointments
Appointments are available daytime and evening, fees are negotiable and there is a no obligation initial consultation available.
John Weldon MA. BSc (Hons). MBACP (Snr.Accred). PG Dip. Psychotherapy. Dip. Counselling. BACP Member with Senior Accredited Practitioner and over 30 years experience. John has worked in the NHS, in Charitable Organisations, and in Private Practice; with a wide variety of clients and issues. Including; anxiety, depression, terminal illness, bereavement, health-related issues, relationships, self-esteem, identity, addiction, personal development, existential crisis, and work related issues.  In addition, he has facilitator as a tutor, group facilitator and supervisor in a variety of settings.

Psychotherapy

Sometimes certain behaviours, feelings or thoughts do not serve us well. They may have a negative impact on our life, health and relationships. Despite having some understanding of this, change can be difficult. Aspects of our personal history can repeat.  Psychotherapy can help identify the nature of such patterns bringing them into conscious focus. This awareness and other insights gained in a therapeutic relationship can help develop new thinking, feelings and behaviour. It can also be a great aid to ongoing growth and development.  

Counselling

Counselling can help when you feel vulnerable or confused about a particular issue, or there is a problem you want to solve.  Counselling can help you focus on and facilitate a solution, develop coping strategies and new skills, increase awareness, resilience and understanding. It can help with anxiety, relationship issues, bereavement, self-esteem, behaviour problem, difficult feelings, life changing events, work-related issues and existential crisis.   It can also be a great support during difficult times and circumstances
This Central London Psychotherapy and Counselling Service is a private practice, based on a wealth of experience in therapeutic work, which began in 1986. Since then hundreds of clients have been seen, thousands of clinical hours over 30 years have been delivered, this reflects the considerable experience and expertise available to help and support you. Situated just two minutes from Marylebone Station in Ashmil Street, offering individual and couple counselling and psychotherapy. Practitioner Senior Accreditation and membership  with British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Every effort is made to make this convenient and discreet central London location as safe and comfortable as possible, to ensure the best environment for you to receive the highest level of professional counselling and psychotherapy
Welcome
  Telephone: 0870 405 1986 
 MarylebonePractice.co.uk. is a private counselling and psychotherapy practice and not part of the NHS or any other practice. It offers private counselling and psychotherapy services in Marylebone Central London Thanks to pixabay, xara and others.
This Practice is committed to as wide an access as possible to therapy, and therefore fees are negotiable. A no obligation initial consultation and a free 10 minute initial phone consultation to explore the possibility of us working together. Chart below for guidance only, based on income: we can discuss your individual circumstances and needs.
                               Low       Average        High Individual               £45          £60            £120       Couples                    £75          £90             £180
(Concessional fees available daytime only students and others on low fixed incomes)
Just 2 minutes from Marylebone Station, 7min from Baker Street and Edgware Road Station
John Weldon MA. BSc (Hons). MBACP (Snr.Accred). PG Dip. Psychotherapy. Dip. Counselling. BACP Member with Senior Accredited Practitioner and with over 30 years experience. John has worked in the NHS, in Charitable Organisations, and in Private Practice; with a wide variety of clients and issues. Including; anxiety, depression, terminal illness, bereavement, health-related issues, relationships, self- esteem, identity, addiction, personal development, existential crisis, and work related issues.  In addition, he has worked as a tutor, group facilitator and supervisor in a variety of settings.
(With appreciation for those of you that can afford to pay a higher fee that makes this possible) 

Psychotherapy

Sometimes certain behaviours, feelings or thoughts do not serve us well. They may have a negative impact on our life, health and relationships. Despite having some understanding of this, change can be difficult. Aspects of our personal history can repeat.  Psychotherapy can help identify the nature of such patterns bringing them into conscious focus. This awareness and other insights gained in a therapeutic relationship can help develop new thinking, feelings and behaviour. It can also be a great aid to ongoing growth and development.  

Counselling

Counselling can help when you feel vulnerable or confused about a particular issue, or there is a problem you want to solve.  Counselling can help you focus on and facilitate a solution, develop coping strategies and new skills, increase awareness, resilience and understanding. It can help with anxiety, relationship issues, bereavement, self-esteem, behaviour problem, difficult feelings, life changing events, work-related issues and existential crisis.   It can also be a great support during difficult times and circumstances
Welcome This Central London Psychotherapy and Counselling Service is a private practice, based on a wealth of experience in therapeutic work, which began in 1986. Since then hundreds of clients have been seen, which reflects the considerable experience and expertise available to help and support you. Situated just two minutes from Marylebone Station in Ashmil Street, offering individual and couple counselling and psychotherapy. Practitioner Senior Accreditation and membership with British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Every effort is made to make this convenient and discreet Central London location as safe and comfortable as possible, to ensure the best environment for you to receive the highest level of professional counselling and psychotherapy.
Tel: 0870 405 1986
Telephone: 0870 405 1986 Web Form Open Here info@marylebonepractice.co.uk
Thank you for visiting this website feel free to
make contact, asked a question or book an
appointment with information provided 
You can discuss your needs and concerns and ask any questions you may have about the Practice and the way in which counselling or psychotherapy may help you.
This Practice is committed to as wide an access as possible to therapy, and therefore fees are negotiable
Chart below for guidance only, based on income: we can discuss your individual circumstances and needs.
                              Low       Medium        High Individual               £45          £60            £120       Couples                    £75          £90            £180
(Concessional fees available daytime only students and others) (With appreciation for those of you that can afford to pay a higher fee  that makes this possible)
More information available on full website Free 10 minute initial phone consultation available  to explore the possibility of us  working together.
More information available on full website
More information available on full website
Appointments Appointments are available daytime and evening, fees are negotiable and there is a no obligation initial consultation available.
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Just 2 minutes from Marylebone Station, 7min from Baker Street and Edgware Road Station
John Weldon MA. BSc (Hons). MBACP (Snr.Accred). PG Dip. Psychotherapy. Dip. Counselling. BACP Member with Senior Accredited Practitioner and with over 30 years experience. John has worked in the NHS, in Charitable Organisations, and in Private Practice; with a wide variety of clients and issues. Including; anxiety, depression, terminal illness, bereavement, health-related issues, relationships, self- esteem, identity, addiction, personal development, existential crisis, and work related issues.  In addition, he has worked as a tutor, group facilitator and supervisor in a variety of settings.
Practitioner
0870 405 1986