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If you're thinking of taking the first step towards finding the right support for yourself or a loved one, we know how important it is to first talk to a therapist to find out whether there's a good fit. All our therapists will be happy to have an initial conversation prior to booking to ensure they can meet your needs.

We offer therapy for adults, children, adolecsents and their families.

Our team of therapists range from our Psychotherapist in Training, Alexander, who offers a low cost clinic at just £37 per session to our more experienced Doctors who have many years' experience and are registered with a number of insurance providers such as Bupa, AXA PPP, Aviva and Vitality Health.

Our therapy services include anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, relationship and sexual difficulties, low self-esteem, grief and bereavement,  eating disorders, addiction and specialist women's health support for fertility, miscarriage, pregnancy and childbirth trauma and post-natal depression.

To speak to a therapist or for more information, please call reception on 020 8672 4455 for a referral. They will put you in touch with the therapist who best suits your needs for an initial telephone consultation prior to booking.

Our Psychotherapists, Psychological Therapists and Counsellors

Valérie Hartand EMDR

Valérie is a Trauma Clinical specialist, a BACP accredited psychotherapist, EMDR Europe Approved and accredited Practitioner (Children and Adults) and HCPC registered - Senior Art Psychotherapist and a clinical supervisor.

Valérie is employed by the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. She works in the Tiers 4 National and Specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.

Valérie also used to run the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Course for three years at King’s College (University London) and has worked for 4 years as a Senior Lecturer on the MA in Art Psychotherapy (University of Roehampton). She is still a visiting lecturer at Goldsmith University, the Institute of Psychiatry and at King’s University.

Valérie has a small private practice. She specialises in working with children, young people and their families, and adults who have experienced traumas.

Valérie specialises in treating PTSD, developmental trauma, complex trauma and Adverse Childhood Experience using EMDR.

Valérie works in both English and French.

Rebekah Honey

Do you feel stuck in patterns you can’t break out of? Are you feeling overwhelmed, anxious or just unhappy? With many years of experience in helping people to overcome negative patterns and emotional difficulties, I can help you to find a new way of relating to yourself and others. I want to help you to get your life back. The approach I use is evidence based and I will tailor the therapy to address the particular areas you need help with. Together we will think about what you are finding difficult, what your strengths are and how we can work together to help you progress towards recovery and to a richer and more fulfilling life.

I have over 15 years experience as a Clinical Psychologist. I am an accredited and experienced schema therapist, CBT therapist, and trauma-focused therapist. I am experienced in working with people with anxiety, depression, PTSD, relationship difficulties, personality disorder, low self-esteem, anger management and negative life patterns.

Your therapy with me will provide you with a safe place to make changes to your life, your thinking and how you are affected by events and other people.  I will focus on developing a strong therapeutic relationship with you where you will feel safe and comfortable.  This will allow you to flourish and benefit from the help I can give you.

Registered therapist with AXA PPP, Bupa. Aviva and Vitality Health

Alexander Gray

Garden of Eadon is the practice name for counselling and psychotherapy with Alexander Gray. As a psychotherapist-in-training, working towards UKCP accreditation, Alexander offers low cost counselling for adults. Alexander has a BSc (Hons) in Sport Psychology and is also studying for an MA in Transpersonal Child, Adolescent and Family Therapy.

Alexander uses an integrative approach to therapy, creating a warm, safe place for exploration and expression. This allows him to fully witness his clients and work with what they present, rather than any judgements he or society might have.

Underpinning his practice is the belief that we are all made up of mind, body and soul. Our essential qualities can be covered over by the stress of life and our environment. Our work is to reveal the soul nature underneath and find ways to heal and nourish the true self.

Specialist areas include focusing on suicide, divorce, death, bereavement, grief and loss. Alexander is particularly interested in trauma work and how we can release it from our bodies. He is comfortable with what some clients can find embarrassing such as body issues, eating disorders and sexual fantasies.

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Fiona is a fully-qualified gestalt psychotherapist with a strong commitment to supporting her clients live more fulfilling and satisfying lives. She is registered with both the UKCP and BACP and holds a Master’s degree in Psychotherapy from London Metropolitan University and an advanced practitioner diploma from the Gestalt Centre London.

Fiona offers long-term, open-ended psychotherapy as well as shorter courses of therapy. She has extensive experience working with themes of loss and grief as well as supporting clients through relationship difficulties, major life events and transitions, self-esteem issues, anxiety and depression, as well as the psychological and emotional impact of the COVID19 crisis.

Fiona treats every client as individual, building a trusting and safe relationship which enables clients to become more aware of themselves and develop more self-compassion. Fiona embraces difference and enjoys supporting clients from diverse backgrounds facing a broad range of life challenges.

Fiona adopts a holistic approach, working with the whole person – thoughts, emotions, body sensations, spirituality and creativity. She does not believe in forcing change but rather creating a space where clients can safely increase their awareness and explore different possibilities in their lives. Her style is gentle, warm, down-to-earth and intuitive.

Alongside her private practice, Fiona is employed as a senior counsellor in a hospice. Previously she managed a project for Cruse Bereavement Care offering peer support to people bereaved through a loved one’s drug or alcohol use. Before training as a therapist, Fiona was a communications professional working in central government and the charity sector.

Fiona works with adults aged 18 and over and is also a qualified group psychotherapist. Her sessions take place weekly.


  • Registered full clinical member of the UKCP (2011164878)
  • Registered member of the BACP (376318)
Dr Harriet Rankin

Harriet is a qualified clinical psychologist. She completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at University College London, alongside foundation level training in systemic practice, and specialist CBT training. Prior to this, she worked in a specialist research team looking at novel CBT treatment for social anxiety and PTSD.

Her practice is integrative, warm, and collaborative, using CBT and ‘third wave’ approaches such as compassion-focused therapy. She believes it is also important to consider the context in which difficulties occur, such as family, culture, and wider society.

She has worked with clients across the life-span and from a range of backgrounds, working with common mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. Through her work in sexual health psychology, she developed a special interest in sexual problems, adjusting to physical health conditions such as HIV and herpes, and working with the LGBTQ+ community.

Harriet works as an associate for The Bodart Practice www.thebodartpractice.co.uk

Dr Yasmine Ashcroft

Yasmine completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at University College London. She has worked with both children and adults with a variety of presenting mental health problems in a range of settings prior to and during training. She currently works for a specialist trauma service in the NHS.

Her practice is to create a safe space in which to explore difficulties using an integrative process - including CBT, narrative and compassion-focused approaches. She previously worked in a community psychology setting and developed an interest in understanding mental health on a macro level. This influences her therapeutic work as she considers wider systemic, social, political and cultural factors and their impact on the individual.

Yasmine works as an associate for The Bodart Practice www.thebodartpractice.co.uk

Alexandra is currently on maternity leave and plans to return to clinic early 2021.

Alexandra is a chartered Counselling Psychologist and is registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC). She completed a professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology (PsychD) at the University of Roehampton. In addition she has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the University of Nottingham.

Alexandra’s Approach

As a psychologist, Alexandra’s approach begins with an attitude of warmth, responsiveness and kindness. She uses collaborative enquiry to help clients to gain a greater understanding and insight into their problems. Alexandra is very aware that each client’s journey to counselling is particular to them. We may have a sense of being alone, feel hopeless, guilty or overwhelmed, but we might find it hard to pinpoint what in particular brought us here. Alternatively we may know exactly why we are here, but not have a clue what to do about it.

Alexandra’s approach recognises how different each person’s experience is and addresses this by taking an integrative approach to counselling. Drawing on her clinical expertise in humanistic, psychodynamic and cognitive behavioural therapies, she tailors therapy to clients’ unique needs and requirements.

Alexandra’s Expertise

Before qualifying as a Psychologist, Alexandra worked in communications in the international humanitarian sector. Her work in this field led her to develop a specialist interest in Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), trauma, anxiety and depression, and she undertook specialist training in NHS services dedicated to these problems.

Alexandra has extensive experience of working with individuals who have suffered difficult and challenging circumstances in their family lives. She has also worked frequently with men and women who are survivors of emotional, physical and/or sexual abuse. Alexandra recognises the pain, anger and shame that often accompany such experiences, and how difficult it can be for clients to discuss their lives in therapy. She is continuously humbled by the bravery and capacity to heal she witnesses in her clients and feels privileged to work with them through this process.

In addition to supporting clients facing the challenges mentioned above, Alexandra also runs a practice focused on women’s mental health. She provides counselling and psychological therapy that aims to support women in their many female-centric experiences. Many of these experiences are incredibly difficult and disorientating, yet they are often swept aside and labelled “normal” simply because they are common.

Such experiences include fertility problems, miscarriage, pregnancy and fear of pregnancy and childbirth (tokophobia). Alexandra is also passionate about working with women in the post-natal period, whether it be in adjusting to a new or changing identity as a parent, working to develop self-compassion and self-care, supporting women suffering from post-natal depression or to heal and recover from a traumatic birth experience. She also provides therapy home-visits for new mums.

Alexandra sees clients who are self-funding their therapy, or paying for their therapy through their healthcare insurance. Alexandra is registered as a healthcare provider with AXA PPP, Aviva and Vitality Health.

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