Private anxiety therapy in Islington and online
Due to the ongoing pandemic, in order to keep our staff and clients safe, all therapy sessions are currently taking place via online video calls.
Most of our clients come to us at a moment of crisis in their lives. The coping strategies they have used for years often break down when something too big to manage alone comes along. And so they come to us for therapy. But the good news is that most of them look back on the crisis that brought them to us as a blessing. Once they have had support from a professional therapist they understand their anxiety and develop the resilience to cope with whatever life throws at them.
What we help with
People come to us for help with:
- Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
- Social Phobia
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Work Anxiety
- Panic Disorder
- Substance Use (including alcohol) to cope with anxiety
- Relationship problems caused by anxiety
- Education Anxiety
- Self Esteem issues
Why trust us with your care?
All of our therapists are BACP registered, clinically supervised and fully insured to carry out private therapy.
We are specialists in Anxiety Treatment. Not only are we great therapists but we also understand the barriers you face and which treatments are proven to improve your condition.
Not sure private treatment is for you? We offer a full money-back guarantee on your consultation fee if you decide not to proceed for any reason.
The Islington Anxiety Clinic is a private treatment service operating from a discreet location in Farringdon, London. We use a treatment model known as integrative psychotherapy. This therapy process is a combination that includes the best bits of counselling and cognitive behaviour therapy techniques. See here for a more detailed description of how our anxiety therapy works.
Our office is based in Farringdon, in the London borough of Islington. The nearest tube stations are Farringdon (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan) and Chancery Lane (Central).
All of our therapists are counselling graduates who are members of the BACP. They appear on the BACP register (which you can check using name or registration number). Our therapists have clinical supervision in accordance with BACP guidelines and follow the BACP’s ethical framework. For further information about the governance of the counselling profession in the UK please the BACP’s website. Additionally, some of our management team are members of the British Psychological Society.