integrative therapy specialist
I’m Anna, a licensed and insured BACP and NCS accredited Integrative psychotherapist based in London. My specialization lies in supporting individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, and OCD as well as a range of other disorders.
In addition, I also work with clients who simply want to reduce the stresses of everyday life, increase focus and live happier.
My passion lies in assisting individuals on their journey toward better mental health. Through my private practice in Richmond and in Harley Street, I’ve had the privilege of working with clients from all walks of life, offering a holistic approach to mental well-being. I also work remotely with clients from across the globe.
My unique approach combines traditional psychotherapy with a special focus on the gut-brain axis, diet, lifestyle, biohacking & connection to spirit, providing faster and longer-lasting results, empowering you to overcome challenges and find lasting well-being.
As well as working with individuals on a one-to-one basis, I also work with groups and I run a therapy subscription service for continual support. I host psychology workshops at venues such as Soho House. In addition, I regularly feature on podcasts as a specialist in my field.
I offer an initial 15-minute complimentary call with all new clients. We can discuss what you’re looking for and how I can help. Drop me a call or message to book in or to arrange an initial chat.
“Anna helped me hugely with my OCD in a particularly bad patch. She worked with me on the biggest issues down to the smallest and helped me each week tackle some. She would frequently have new techniques for me to try and was open to all feedback when some worked better than others! Even in weeks I felt like I didn’t achieve much she would remind me of the things I had managed! She also helped me see OCD traits I was doing that I wasn’t even aware of! She got the fine balance of pushing me out of my comfort zone but still making it manageable.”
Triggers are the guide of where the healing is to do.