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Rebecca Neale Psychotherapy and Counselling Room

My approach to therapy aims to help you better understand yourself, your experiences and develop insight into the thoughts and feelings that may be contributing to areas of difficulty in your life. It is through knowing ourselves better that we are able to engage with the world and others more productively. We can learn to recognise the things in our life that we can control, and accept those things that we cannot. Psychotherapy can provide you with the opportunity for personal growth and freedom, and offers the space to develop a deeper understanding of your relationships, not only with others, but also with yourself.

In seeking psychotherapy or counselling it may be there is a particular difficulty or issue that you feel needs your attention, or you might find yourself caught up in repetitive patterns that are unhelpful or problematic. You could be struggling emotionally, uncertain how to navigate your experience or feeling you have become stuck and unable to move forward in your life.

Working together in a safe, confidential space I would seek to support you to clarify your view on the challenges you are facing. Therapy gives you the opportunity to be listened to, to reflect, and I will work alongside you to reach a deeper understanding of what it is that might be preventing you from moving forward. Together we will try to overcome these obstacles.




Currently I work from a consulting room in Borough, SE1. This is easily accessible via both London TFL and National Rail from City of London, Bermondsey, Deptford, Elephant and Castle, Peckham, New Cross, Camberwell, Kennington, Clapham, Waterloo, Blackfriars, Vauxhall and areas of Kent.


I have undergone an extensive training and hold a professional qualification in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy from WPF Therapy. I am a clinical member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling.

I have continued to develop and enhance my practice through further training and workshops held by Tavistock Relationships, Confer, British Psychotherapy Foundation and Institute of Psychoanalysis.

I also understand something of the expectations and concerns of embarking on a therapy journey, having been in therapy myself for a number of years. 

Within my private practice I have worked with a diverse range of clients and have additional experience working in perinatal mental health services with mothers and young children.


There are many reasons why you might be seeking therapy at this particular point in your life. Below is a list of some of the issues I could help with, although this is by no means an exhaustive list. If you have specific issue that you would like to talk about in confidence with an experienced therapist please feel free to discuss this with me.

  • Coping with grief or a bereavement

  • Feelings of sadness, emptiness, depression

  • Stress and stress-related illness

  • Anxiety, panic attacks

  • Feelings of low self worth and self-esteem issues

  • Difficulties making or sustaining healthy relationships

  • Concerns around major life transitions such as marriage, parenthood

  • Fertility, pregnancy loss or other pregnancy-related issues

  • Maternal and paternal mental health

  • Issues relating to sex, sexuality, gender identity 

  • Work problems

  • Family conflict

  • Addictions

  • Eating disorders and body dysmorphia



I am currently working from a consulting room near Borough High Street, London SE1. 


If you would like to discuss starting therapy or book an initial consultation, please contact me using the web form or details below. 


07951 739096


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